Fete Royale is our limited-edition red Christmas tablecloth, but that doesn’t mean you have to pack it up with the rest of your holiday decorations. You’ll love using this red and black tablecloth throughout the year. In fact, these red kitchen table linens are so versatile that nobody will know that you originally purchased a red round Christmas tablecloth for Christmas if you style it for other holidays and seasons! We’ll show you how you can use Fete Royale at Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving, or every day!
A red Christmas tablecloth for a rustic holiday
The quilt-like pattern of Fete Royale conjures images of home, hearth, and merriment. It’s the perfect backdrop for enjoying an indulging meal at a festive gathering of friends and family. A red and black color scheme offers versatility and allows your imagination to run wild with decorating ideas. We’re dreaming of a Christmas tablescape inspired by Scandinavian Christmas decor: fresh greenery, lit candles, and touches of silver.
Cloth napkins indicate a special occasion, for sure, but the whimsical pattern on these Christmas napkins makes them feel fun instead of fussy.
Choose our block print napkins in red and black for your holiday table. Cloth in a similar color scheme but with a different pattern make the place setting interesting.
Lynch Creek Farms
Nature supplies us with such simple beauty, like this holiday centerpiece filled with fresh pine, cranberries, and holly sprigs.
With carved images of a moose and pine trees, these lanterns summon images of Norwegian forest cabins. They lend a rustic, North Pole kind of touch to the holiday table.
A red Christmas tablecloth you can use for Valentine’s Day
With its checkerboard pattern and red and black coloring, you could certainly use Fete Royale for a queen of hearts-inspired table for a family Valentine’s celebration. On the other hand, a red and black color scheme also sets the stage for a lighthearted and romantic dinner. Either way, you’ll love using the Fete Royale collection of black and red table linens as the anchor and inspiration point for your Valentine’s table decorations.
Few things symbolize love and romance more than a bride’s lace veil. Our white sheer curtains with a heart pattern are the perfect choice for a romantic setting.
Cloth napkins suggest a fine dining experience awaits you, but these dinner napkins trimmed in gold feel decadent all on their own!
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Have some fun with your Valentine’s table decorations by including a fun, charming kissing ball as the centerpiece instead of a traditional bouquet.
Illuminate your table with this contemporary cast iron candle holder that pays tribute to Nordic traditional craftsmanship.
Set a Thanksgiving table with a red Christmas tablecloth
Red and black anchors other Thanksgiving colors quite easily, so why not ground your Thanksgiving table setting with a red and black tablecloth? With painted pumpkins and fresh flowers on the table, nobody will know that your Thanksgiving tablecloth or table runner was originally a red Christmas tablecloth!
Prop a pillow against the back of a hard wooden chair, and you’ll find that your guests linger a while longer. They might even ask for a second–or even third–piece of pumpkin pie!
With vivid yellow, green, and red, the floral print of these cloth napkins brings a dose of seasonal color to your Thanksgiving table setting.
Villeroy & Boch
Made in Italy, this red glass charger adds color and shine to your Thanksgiving table setting.
Fete Royale is a rather whimsical print, so choose centerpieces that are equally eye-catching and whimsical, like these hand-painted designer pumpkins.
A red Christmas tablecloth for every day
Some linens are just too pretty to use once a year, and that’s the case with Fete Royale. Because the collection doesn’t feature a typical holiday motif like trees, snowflakes, or gingerbread mean, you’re able to use it any time you like. It will brighten up a kitchen or dining room painted in grey, beige, greige, or white, and it will look stunning in a traditional red dining room. Here are a few ways that we envision using a black and red tablecloth from Fete Royale in the home year-round.
The inverse print of Ruby Kilim is as rich and pretty as the main design and offer just a touch of red as a colorful accent.
A joyful ruby red valance with delicate hand-beaded trim enlivens your space. Try it against a neutral wall color to draw instant attention to your windows.
No matter the season, a warm glow never goes out of style. These mini lanterns are a great way to light up your table.
Never before have napkin holders been so chic. We like this for Fete Royale since the trim complements the black and cream pattern.
Mix and match Saffron Marigold
If you love Saffron Marigold linens, then you may want to see more of our global prints throughout your home! Try mixing and matching these collections with our red Christmas tablecloth and accessories for a look that lasts throughout the year.
Rustic red and black steps beyond the expected buffalo check and takes on a new form in Ruby Kilim. Inspired by Turkish kilim rug patterns, this print is bold and inviting. Try pairing a Ruby Kilim black and red tablecloth with items from the Fete Royale line for a cozy, cabin-like feeling in your space or at your dining table. It’s a refreshing departure from the typical red and black plaid tablecloths seen in rustic style homes.
If you gravitate towards refined elegance but also appreciate a touch of whimsy, bring in a few pieces of Red Poppy to use with Fete Royale. Our classic Mughal floral pattern accents Fete Royale’s red notes while adding a touch of added color.
White-on-white block printing and delicate strands of gold make Vanilla Glace one of our most special–and most popular–collections. The ever-sophisticated collection lends a regal air and glam shimmer to Fete Royale. After all, nothing dresses up a black and red tablecloth like the addition of gold accents!
Golden flowers, gossamer fabric, heart shapes–Bridal Veil captures all the stuff of romance into one lush block print. For a sweet, romantic look, hang Bridal Veil at the windows and dress your table in Fete Royale.