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.
Drawing on over 200 years of French tradition, Beauvillé screen-prints cotton household linens with vibrant floral, baroque and geometric designs. Take a gander at the elegant Alhambra runners, or opt for the Caucase napkins; the latter sports a simple-yet-memorable dandelion image that looks like it could have sprung from the pen of Modernist illustrator Charley Harper. Also on offer are covetable placemats, tea towels and tablecloths.