11 Holiday Table Runners & Linens For A Merry & Bright Celebration

Saffron Marigold - Updated: November 18, 2021

Holiday table runners and tablecloths bring a festive feeling to any celebration. With beautiful patterns and rich colors, our hand block printed table linens set the scene for merry gatherings. Let’s look at a few ways to have your table ready for a happy holiday!

Today we’re highlighting some gorgeous tablescapes created by our favorite people–our customers! Our customers never cease to amaze us with their eye for design and style, and they’ve proven that you don’t need to have reindeer, snowman, or candy canes printed on your table linens to have a holly jolly holiday.

Red and black holiday table runners for a farmhouse Christmas

Spread our Ruby Kilim table runner across your table to set a rustic, festive table setting. This Christmas table runner looks just right with other red and black Christmas decorations. Simply add wrought iron accents and some pillar candles and you’ve set a beautiful Christmas table rich with elegance and warmth.

black and red holiday table runners with rustic accents

We also carry Ruby Kilim as a round tablecloth and a rectangle cloth. This versatile pattern translates easily as traditional Christmas decor, too. Incorporate a few red taper candles, crystal, and tulips for a classic holiday table. Bonus: Ruby Kilim’s intricate pattern is quite forgiving when it comes to inevitable spills–and since it’s printed on cotton, this Christmas tablecloth is easy to launder, too!

black and red Christmas tablecloth

A medley of gorgeous blues for Hanukkah

Are you hosting a Hannukah party this year? Celebrate in chic, easy style with Midnight Lotus. This stunning floral tablecloth features light blue and white flowers swirling against a deep royal blue ground. With a cloth like this covering your Hannukah table, you can keep the decorations minimal. On the other hand, it is a celebration, so feel free to go all out with your Hanukkah decor.

blue tablecloth with flower pattern for Hanukkah party, menorah, china

White and gold for a glamorous and festive feast

Gold always adds sparkle to your holiday decorating and makes everything seem extra special. We love using our white and gold Vanilla Glace print for a snowy, classic Christmas table, but gold and white also team up beautifully for a glitzy, ritzy New Year’s Eve. This white and gold tablecloth feels celebratory without relying heavily on any particular theme. This one is definitely a keeper–you can use for other special events throughout the year.

white and gold holiday tablecloth set for New Years celebration

Make it merry with this red Christmas table runner

Move over, buffalo plaid! There’s a new kid on the block that delivers all the charm and nostalgia with an extra side of handcrafted, artisanal style. Fete Royale feels right at home in a whimsical, festive holiday tablescape. This black and red Christmas tablecloth lends itself beautifully to boho styling and country cottage looks alike. This is the one to bring out when you want to decorate with vintage-inspired Christmas decor.

black and red holiday table runners with polka dots and patchwork
photo: EPC Food Styling

We just had to share the other way EFC styled our patchwork-inspired print. Check out the creative holiday table runner she put together! We think this is a wonderful way to “hang” stockings if you don’t have a mantel or staircase. It would also be a fun table to set for a Secret Santa party or any celebration that includes children.

black and red Christmas tablecloth with patchwork pattern
photo: EPC Food Styling

Red and green, merry and bright

Tropical blooms meet Southern style in this elegant Christmas table setting with Tropical Garden. One of our wonderful customers set this table with classic red and green Christmas colors with an extra style boost. The hibiscus can easily be interpreted as a poinsettia, which is just right for the season. With green glassware and fresh flowers, this is filled with holiday spirit!

holiday tablecloth with red and green floral print

The perfect round tablecloth for Christmas

Set a gracious table for your Christmas lunch or holiday dinner in grace with our classic Red Poppy pattern. This red and green floral pattern works well on the holiday table since it pairs so easily with traditional Christmas colors like green, red, and gold.

round Christmas tablecloth with red and green flowers

A table runner for a white Christmas

This isn’t a plain white tablecloth by any means! Our Ivy Lace print seems as if it were born to pair with sprigs of holly and greenery on your holiday tables. You can use these table linens all winter long. Style it with your favorite holiday colors in December, and then swap in layers of white and silver–and perhaps a pinecone or snowman or two–come January.

white Christmas table runner with ivy and holly

Try red and teal for colorfully boho Christmas decor

Our Spice Route print remains a customer favorite. This Moroccan-inspired pattern features a warm, spicy palette with turquoise accents, making it just right for a colorfully bohemian holiday. Include a table runner of wooden beads if you like a natural boho look. For a handcrafted touch, use blown glass trees or ornaments in your centerpiece.

boho Christmas tablecloth in red with glass tree centerpiece and poinsettias

Deep grey for chic holiday decor

You’ll want to decorate in a special way if you’re staying in for New Year’s Eve. There’s always a magical feeling in the air as we say good riddance to the past year and eagerly welcome what lies ahead. With that, use our grey and white cotton tablecloth for your New Year’s table. Simply bring out the metallics and your table will shine! When the holidays are over, use pinecones or greenery in a beautiful winter tablescape with 1920.

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We hope you’ve found some inspiration for your holiday tables in this post. Your personal style transforms our block printed table linens into holiday table runners. We’d love to see how you style your Saffron Marigold pieces for the holidays, so tag us or send in your photos!

Searching for the perfect holiday gift? We’ve put together a Decor and Gift guide this holiday season to help with your shopping–for yourself as well as for others!