Mille Alcees Narcisse Coated Tablecloth
Garnier Thiebaut

Item: MILLE ALCEES Narcisse Coated Tablecloth
$259.00 to $361.00

In Stock

Sizes:
  • 69" Round
  • 69" Square
  • 69" x 98"

Care:
Wipe the tablecloth with a non-abrasive sponge with hot water. Do not rub hard or scratch. In case of deep stains, clean immediately with hot water. Do not use detergent or fabric softener. Sparingly use washing machine if needed ( 30°C / 86°F ) but do not spin dry. Air dry only. Iron on high setting on the reverse side only, this will re-activate the anti-stain coating.
Made in France.
Mille Alcees is a beautiful jacquard pattern, reminiscent of an old countryside garden - in both Spring and Autumnal Colors. This easy-care cotton damask tablecloth features a stain and water resistant acrylic coating on the surface and a standard stain repellent on the reverse side. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use, the fabric is woven with 100% two-ply twisted cotton for superior quality.
Garnier-Thiebaut tablecloths bring a world of difference to the table. Browse this collection for beautifully designed, eco-friendly options that elevate formal and casual meals.
Acrylic Coated vs. Green Sweet Coated Tablecloths
Find high-quality tablecloths from this brand that feature cutting-edge treatments aimed at preserving them as family heirlooms. Choose between acrylic coated and Green Sweet coated options that are water and stain resistant while remaining stylish. Cotton tablecloths treated with an acrylic coating are great for casual everyday use and offer traditional repeating patterns to complement any décor. The large, eye-catching designs of Green Sweet coated tablecloths have a more formal appearance.
The Sustainable Luxury of Garnier-Thiebaut
For more than 185 years, Garnier-Thiebaut has been a staple of the international textiles industry. The brand creates innovative designs for tablecloths and other home linens while putting just as much effort into sustainable manufacturing practices. With an onsite wastewater treatment facility, water turbines to create its own electricity and offices heated by the warmth from its weaving machines, Garnier-Thiebaut’s facility in the Vosges region of France is a model of commitment to both preserving the environment and delivering everyday luxury.