LA Linen TCbridal-fit-48x30x30-WhiteB11 Fitted Bridal Satin Tablecloth White - 48 x 30 ...
BY LA LINEN
Our Bridal Satin is a medium weight fabric with an elegant sheen that flows beautifully 220 GSM with a crips hand feel making this an ideal fabric for your table bringing the classic and rich look of a gown to your table. Decorate your tables with our lovely Brand New Polyester Fitted Tablecloths! Great for everyday perfect for special occasions or events when you need an extra table this fitted tablecloth beautifully dresses up your not-so-beautiful table - in an instant. It fits snugly over your folding utility table skirting it completely so no unsightly frame is visible and the corner seaming gives a secure fit when it's windy. Simple practical elegance is your solution for transforming ugly duckling of a table into a chic place to serve. Features Fitted Bridal Satin Tablecloth 100% polyester Made in the USA and Imported Serged edge for a clean look. Medium Weight. LA Linen Care and Size tag to ensure quality and easy identification Cold machine dont bleach dont wringtumble dry low low iron Our Bridal Tablecloth have a shine on one side and are dull on the other 220 GSM with a crips hand feel Due to color variation colors supplied at different times will be from a different dye lot and may not match exactly in colors The digital images we display have the most accurate color possible However due to differences in computer monitors there may be variations in color between the actual product and your screen Specifications Color: White Size: 48 x 30 x 30 Dimension: 48 L x 30 H x 30 W Weight: 1.81 lbs see more...
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