Based in Ribeauvillé, a picturesque little town in the Alsace region of France, Beauvillé Designs creates stunning household linens and tableware inspired by centuries-old printing traditions. Recognized by the French government as a national textile industry leader, Beauvillé produces its wares using both old and contemporary techniques — including hand-painting, screen-printing, and color-enhancing stain treatments. The company annually releases two collections featuring napkins, trays, and place mats as well as table cloths, runners, cushions, and other linens made of the highest-quality fabrics. Patterns range from regal to whimsical — think over-the-top paisley and baroque designs; tablecloths inspired by 1930s Parisian fashion, nature, or the French countryside; and fabric wall calendars adorned with scenes of charming French villagers, sweet-faced dogs and puppies, or pensive donkeys.
Entertaining guests this holiday season? Ready your table with festive linens, elegant stemware, and handy serving pieces. Prepare for the onslaught with a glittering collection of coasters and place mats by master tabletop designer Kim Seybert; colorful cocktail forks and cheese sets by Sabre; traditional French linens from Beauville, and Nason Moretti's elegant tumblers, carafes, and goblets.
This selection of flatware has it all: Scandinavian-inspired silhouettes, jewelry-like detail, and some of the best names in the business, including Kim Seybert, Mepra, and Beauville Designs. Accessory sets, including a collection of glazed porcelain tea sets, are perfect for gifting.
The start of spring is the perfect time to stock your kitchen cabinets. And, while you’re at it, give a fresh eye to setting your table. We’ve assembled the goods for you to do just that in this sale, which features a huge range of tip-top tabletop brands offered at the deepest discounts yet.
In splashy designs from baroque to geometric, these cotton linens are the result of 200 years of screen printing know-how and boast bold, saturated colors inspired by classic motifs from the decorative arts of Italy, Turkey, and France. They play nicely with each other, too: Our buyers love the crisp Fleur de Pavot tablecloths against the quiet intricacies of the Sultane place mats, and the way the blue Giardino cloth pops against the matching place mats in yellow.