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Here you will find a range of material napkins by top designers in a variety of different colours and patterns, which makes it easy to match with your tablecloths and placemats to create a holistic table setting.
Fabric napkins are usually made of cotton or linen, both of which are beautiful materials that have a number of natural properties that make them ideal as cloth napkins.
Linen has a casual and wrinkled feeling making it the perfect choice for a more rustic table setting.
Cotton napkins are a classic choice and come in a range of colours and designs. For a timeless look, you can never go wrong with white cotton napkins, which are both elegant and versatile.
Here at Nordic Nest, you will find a variety of napkin designs in a range of colours, sizes and styles, so no matter the time or year or season, we will have the perfect formal napkin for you.
Bring life to your Easter table setting with floral napkins in spring colours such as greens, blues and pinks.
Christmas napkins in red or green are a good choice if you have a traditional colour scheme for your Christmas table setting. Match your Christmas textiles such as placemats, napkins and table runners for a harmonious look.
Ekelund Linneväveri have a variety of beautifully patterned napkins in fabric with themes to match any season of the year.
There are a number of ways to display your fabric napkins, from elaborate napkin folding techniques to a simple wrap around your cutlery.
For a rustic table setting, decorate each table napkin with a simple green twig for a thoughtful touch.
Choose from our assortment of designer napkin rings and holders as beautiful details for displaying your cloth napkins.
Since cloth napkins can be washed and re-used, they are also an environmentally friendly choice. In addition, they give your table setting a more luxurious feel, and make both everyday meals and special occasions a little more beautiful.
Fabric napkins can be used for many other purposes besides decorating your table.
For example, you can use them inside of a bread basket to catch the crumbs, or to cover your bread to keep it fresh.
They can also be used to wrap gifts for someone you love. Not only can it make the gift a little extra caring, but it is also a more environmentally friendly than regular wrapping paper.