• Dinner Napkin2 Double Sided Comb
  • Dinner Napkin2 Double Sided Comb
  • Dinner Napkin2 Double Sided Comb
  • Dinner Napkin2 Double Sided Comb
  • Dinner Napkin2 Double Sided Comb

Dinner Napkin2 Double Sided Comb

Regular price $88.00
Color:

We call this pattern the Comb to describe its mesmerizing undulations. In rich, jewel-toned emerald with accents of garnet and peridot, this sophisticated design adds visual flair to the tabletop. Our double-sided table linens have a distinct design on the front and back where the pattern shifts in scale and the colors vibrate in surprising combinations on each side. The dinner napkins are printed on 100% cotton shantung with a light woven texture and a luxurious touch.

The Comb dinner napkins are sold as a set of 4. Available in Garnet and Peridot. Dimensions: 18.9" L x 18.9" W.

Dimensions:
Dinner Napkins: 18.9 x 18.9"
Cocktail Napkins: 5 x 5"

Material:
Cotton shantung

Care:
The linens are pre-washed and steamed to set the colors, but we recommend washing them separately for the first time. Use a gentle, cold wash cycle. Tumble dry on the lowest heat setting or hang dry to prevent shrinkage. 

SHIPPING

We’re happy to offer continental US shipping through USPS and FedEx with expedited delivery options available. Outside of holiday seasons, normal shipping delivery ranges from 2-5 days. We don’t currently ship outside the US, except for wholesale customers.

RETURNS

We gladly accept returns within 10 days of receipt (or within 30 days of receipt for items purchased between November 15 - December 31). If you’ve missed this window, we offer exchanges within 30 days of receipt, year-round. We do not cover original or return shipping costs if the item arrived in good condition.

Double Sided Table Linens

Why did we embark on creating a double sided linen? For one, we are driven to make objects we don't believe have been realized to their full potential. A napkin or tablecloth with two faces pushes a 2 dimensional surface into a 3 dimensional realm. It asks us to reconsider how we fold a textile, how it can sit on the body, how it falls and drapes with unexpected beauty. It multiplies the possibilities of the tabletop world. Our linens are made in Japan with a storied producer who brings traditional knowledge and innovative processes to their manufacturing.

Meet the Designer Dittohouse

Molly Fitzpatrick has a BFA in Fiber and Materials from the Cleveland Institute of Art and has designed textiles for major airlines, passenger trains, and companies like CB2. She is the founder of DITTOHOUSE, a sustainable home textile company.

"As a textile designer, I think in repeat and see pattern as a great equalizer. Patterns are accessible to all - no art history degree or previous access is needed to experience colors and shapes dancing in perfect tempo together."

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