Whether you’re setting the Thanksgiving table, preparing your Hanukkah decorations, or planning your Christmas tablescape, we have a beautiful holiday tablecloth that will sparkle at your holiday celebration: meet Starry Nights. The batik print provides a lovely foil for accessories in the colors of autumn (like moss, ochre, and russet) and looks elegant paired with white, gold, and silver. From the first chills of autumn to a snow winter’s eve, every hostess will appreciate the versatility of the Starry Nights collection.
We know that our customers are far from “one size fits all,” so along with our unique, handcrafted table linens, we’d like to share ideas for creating three distinct looks for the 2019 holiday season: bohemian, handmade and natural. Celebrate!
Bohemian Starry Nights
Blue Holiday Tablecloth
If you’re a free-spirited hostess who loves vintage style, ethnic pieces, bold pattern, and rich color, Starry Nights will add just the right boho chic vibe to your modern holiday table setting.
Starry Nights Round Tablecloth: The bright blues and indigos of Starry Night create a cheerful atmosphere at your holiday table! (You’ll want to read about the Dabu printing process used to create the indigo batik. Click on the picture, and you’ll find some great information.)
Morning Dew Dinner Napkin: Add a layer of color to your Starry Nights table with our French-Moroccan Morning Dew napkins. Pops of tangerine and turquoise will create dimension and shine while a bold band of navy at the border will connect to the indigo of your bohemian tablecloth.
Sultan’s Palace Dinner Napkin: If you’re a true boho gal, you’ll want to add a few of these colorful napkins to your collection. These global hues play beautifully against the bright blues of Starry Nights.
Spice Route Dinner Napkins: These beautiful and unique chevron napkins will be a touchable addition to your eclectic table. Pretty, pretty, pretty!
This print gives you the freedom of accessorizing any way you wish! Rose gold is right at home; polished silver sparkles, and golden touches gleam.
Can you believe how gorgeous this curtain is? Hang it, and it’s as if you’ve hung the stars. Use a panel like this in your dining room to create a scene that’s out of this world!
Crate and Barrel
These glossy indigo plates are banded by a hand-antiqued rim, and they’ll shimmer on your table. You’ll love their color, heft and rustic versatility.
Add to the sparkle and shine of your special starry night with these shimmery gold-splashed drinking glasses. Everyone will be star struck.
Factory Direct Craft
Group these snowflakes together in a beautiful vase for a unique holiday centerpiece idea that’s both seasonal and a bit bohemian!
Handmade Starry Nights
Blue Holiday Table Linens
We love the beauty of handmade, hand crafted works–after all, we’re preserving the ancient art of Indian block printing! Let’s get our handmade holiday started by choosing from three lovely hand printed linen napkins.
Starry Nights Tablecloth: If you love the unique lines and variations of handcrafted linens, you’re sure to want to check out our Starry Nights tablecloth. Each piece is handmade with the intricate process of resist dying, using an Indian variation on batik called “double dabu.”
Starry Nights Dinner Napkin: The cheerful blue complement of our Starry Nights print is as bold and bright a hand dyed napkin as you’ll find. Use it along with our tablecloths for a look that coordinates but adds nice variety to your table.
Vanilla Glace Dinner Napkins: Bring a little sparkle to your Starry Nights holiday tablecloth with fine cotton napkins embossed with gold.
Midnight Lotus Dinner Napkins: Mix and match Saffron Marigold with the natural pairing of Midnight Lotus and Starry Nights! Blue and white holiday tables look gorgeous at both Christmas table settings and in Hanukkah decorations.
Holiday time just lends itself to natural, organic and handmade design. The ideas of working hard to create a wonderful dinner for friends, and of celebrating the bounty of the land with loved ones are ones that speak to the heart. If you love unique wears that are made with love, you’ll love the handmade Starry Nights accessories and recipes we’ve chosen for you.
We like the look of these beaded valances atop windows and even in doorways. These provide an easy way to soften and enliven your space before your family holiday dinner!
Joan Platt Pottery
Handmade pottery becomes the natural choice for a handmade holiday table setting.
Himalayan Trading Post
Filled with naturally scented soy wax (in a scent of your choice), this handmade candle will burn well and aromatically through the entire winter season.
Delight and surprise your guests by featuring this handmade bouquet on your holiday table. Choose blue and silver for an elegant look or go with red and green for something traditionally Christmas–the choice is yours!
Natural Starry Nights
Holiday Table Runner and Linens
Since our batik Starry Nights print is made with an all natural indigo dye, it seems only “natural” to build a nature inspired look around the print. See what we have in mind for napkins and accessories to go with this elegant holiday tablecloth!
Starry Nights Table Runner: Show off the beautiful natural wood of your favorite table by unfurling a bright table runner along it. You really do get the best of both worlds–a burst of color along with the organic look and feel of wood.
Pacific Blue Dinner Napkins: For a nature-inspired table, coose a nature-inspired print! Try our Pacific Blue napkin, decorated with elegant seashells across an indigo ocean ground.
Royal Mansour Dinner Napkins: An intricate and understated white-on-white medallion will sit pretty with Starry Nights, to be sure!
English Garden Dinner Napkins: Continue the nature theme with a blue and white dinner napkin featuring a wild willow print–a charming and elegant touch to a blue and white Christmas table setting or when hosting a Hanukkah party!
Accessorizing with organic elements, nature inspired design and harvest bounty makes for a rich table! Use colors that are rooted in earth tones, undulating patterns, and treasures found in the the outdoors. Don’t forget to consider local farm-raised fare and delicious all-natural baked goods at your holiday feast!
On the other hand, maybe you don’t feel like foraging for your own DIY holiday centerpiece decorations after all. Try this instead. The weather outside may be frightful, but oh, a natural centerpiece is so delightful!
Little bowls and trays like these are so useful for holiday entertaining! Use them to serve nuts, dried fruits, or olives.
Your dining room may lend itself to using a shorter kitchen curtain, which is an excellent curtain to use if you want to let in light and glimpse the colors of fall or snowflakes falling outside.
Fill this vessel with your own foraged beauties: a few pumpkins and gourds for a Thanksgiving centerpiece, greens and pinecones for a winter holiday centerpiece. However you style it is sure to look beautiful against your blue holiday tablecloth!