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Doesnt anywhere sell tablecloths any more?

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unavailable Wed 23-Sep-09 18:41:17

I am looking for a brightly cheerful sort of everyday tablecloth, and cant find one anywhere. The options seem to be either placemats, oil cloths or "special occasion" table linen.

I just want an easy to wash bog standard cotton thing. Is this too much to ask, or is this request in the seriously outdated catagory with doilies, lace and chintz.

I did find a nice stripey cloth from John Lewis a while ago, but I've washed it so often it's looking rather faded.

Does anybody have any ideas/website recommendations.

Thanks

SmallScrewCap Wed 23-Sep-09 18:43:51

Check out La Redoute's table linen here

supersalstrawberry Wed 23-Sep-09 18:44:15

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

JackieNo Wed 23-Sep-09 18:44:37

John Lewis still has some - nice leaf one, or the dark blue one, or the red spotty one.

MarkStretch Wed 23-Sep-09 18:45:48

I get mine from John Lewis but they are plastic covered ones to protect the table from children. They have some lovely fabrics though.

JackieNo Wed 23-Sep-09 18:47:19

Yes, Ikea - bet they have more in store than online though.

CuppaTeaJanice Wed 23-Sep-09 18:47:21

You must live somewhere really trendy!!

All the old lady type curtain/bedding/linen shops round here have a huge selection of tablecloths, usually with matching napkins!!!

JackieNo Wed 23-Sep-09 18:48:53

Some rather nice stripy ones at/by Jamie Oliver

TheWorstWitch Thu 24-Sep-09 14:55:34

The Conran Shop (if you're in London)

MummyDoIt Thu 24-Sep-09 14:56:45

Wilkinson's have them, if you've got one near you. Or maybe Argos?

tibni Thu 24-Sep-09 15:33:30

Dunelm do a range that have are fabric but have a teflon coating to help prevent staining.

They don't need ironing either smile

unavailable Sat 26-Sep-09 16:17:55

Thanks for all the suggestions. I have seen a nice one on the La Redoute website, so doublr thanks to SSCap

idobelieveinfairies Sat 26-Sep-09 16:20:00

La Redoute ones are great..and if you dry it in the tumbler..you don''t need to iron it wink hoorah!

crankytwanky Mon 28-Sep-09 22:26:46

Another vote for La Redoute.

SuiGeneris Mon 28-Sep-09 22:29:47

John Lewis and the White Company are quite good for simple easily washable ones. Also Zara Home.

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