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Washed Linen Tablecloth Camel
The first recorded use of Camel as a color name in English, was in 1916. Then began the stellar rise of this tone, most notably in the form of the iconic camel coat, worn by movie stars of the 30s cinema. A color that goes with everything, especially blue.
Stylish, but no-nonsense at the same time are the tablecloths made by Linge Particulier. LP is a Parisian based company, founded in 2010 by Cyrille Petibon, a former stylist. Linge Particulier uses only the finest and purest linen cultivated and made in Europe, from local fields spanning the coast from Caen to Amsterdam. The pigments that are used to color the linen are exceptional and guarantee the effortlessly chic look. The linen will age beautifully, wash at 40 degrees, use the dryer at a moderate temperature, no need to iron.