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Cubism Linen Tablecloth in Blue and Yellow
Cubism Linen Tablecloth in Blue and Yellow
Cubism Linen Tablecloth in Blue and Yellow
Cubism Linen Tablecloth in Blue and Yellow

Cubism Linen Tablecloth in Blue and Yellow

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Introducing 'Cubism' - our collection of two exclusive S&B designed, hand painted linen tablecloths.

Aside from the fact we love abstract art, when the Cubism movement was launched in 1907 by the likes of Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso, it was a revolutionary new approach to representing reality.

Here's to challenging the status quo, having a unique point of view that people don't always understand, and putting old things together in exciting new ways.

Use this stunning, hand painted linen tablecloth to bring a sense of sophistication and add an elegant pop of colour to any meal.

Wash at up to 60 degrees on a regular cycle (avoid “eco” or longer cycles).
Never soak for longer than 10 minutes and avoid using Vanish and other whitening products.
Tumble dry at 70 degrees for a soft effect, and 90 degrees for a more crushed finish.
We don't recommend ironing the full cloth in order to keep the linen’s lovely crumpled texture intact, but we do like to iron the edges to give it a sharper edge.

A 160cm x 380cm tablecloth will fit between ten and twelve people around the table.


The Story

S&B fans will know that it is our mission in life to get everyone back to the family table. Laughing, arguing, confessing - whatever shape it comes in, we believe that so long as you're all together it doesn't really matter.
Our tablecloths play a role in that. Quite simply, a beautiful tablescape draws people to it.
Aside from the fact we love abstract art (we dare you not to dig Picasso) when the Cubism movement was launched in 1907 by the likes of Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso, it was a revolutionary new approach to representing reality. These paintings offered a completely different point of view. Familiar objects and figures came together in exciting new ways, and the results were fragmented, a little confusing and in our humble opinion, utterly beautiful.
Here's to challenging the status quo, having a unique point of view that people don't always understand, and putting old things together in exciting new ways.

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