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Black Table Linens with a Modern Geometric Twist!

July 18, 2016

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Try black table linens for a modern, elegant look that won’t break the bank. Don’t be afraid to go bold with a pattern to accentuate your design with something new!

It’s no secret that we love the glamour that is given when using the Glitz Sequin. For an equally striking look try our Greek Key pattern for a unique spin to your classic tablescape. We’ve all seen the Greek Key pattern around as the Greeks and Romans used it in architecture and art all throughout history. The pattern is said to symbolize the bond of love and friendship, which we find would be the perfect personal touch for your special event!

Recently we have noticed that this geometric motif has been quickly becoming very popular in 2016 in decor and fashion. Patterned linens can be a little intimidating at first, but we had enjoyed playing with this pattern. Whether you dress down Greek Key down for a small get together or dress it up for a luxurious event.

To tie this bold look together we wanted to jazz up our black table linens by using vibrant colors as accent pieces. Canary Yellow and Royal Blue certainly did the trick!

Update your black table linens with:

Polyester Napkin 20″x20″ – Canary Yellow
Lamour Satin 120″ Round Tablecloth – Black
Lamour Satin Table Runner – Royal Blue
Glitz Sequin Drape panel – Black

Design Tips:

• Keep any centerpieces you have minimal. Be sure your centerpieces match your color scheme. (We used a small, simple flower arrangement atop a circular mirror.)
• Make sure your chairs don’t detract from this look. If you’re using a space’s available chairs, consider covering them with a Black Chair Cover.
• You don’t have to use two different colors for the napkins and table runners. Having a pink sweet 16? Stick to fuchsia, pink, or blush and you’ll be set!

What do you think about this fun design?

We would love to know how you’d style our Greek Key linens! Leave us a comment below with what accent colors you’d use, or if you’ve used them before send a photo our way. We love to showcase our customer’s work on our Instagram and Facebook!

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