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Jardin Napkins Red & Green, Set of 6

$89.00

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Verdant and wild, our Jardin Collection is inspired by the lush, loosely-tended gardens of Southern France. The bright watercolors in these table linens, runner and tea towels are ideal year round for family dining, a picnic or the breakfast nook. Fine French table linens, hand-printed. 

A fine linen cloth napkin transforms the ordinary meal into a dining experience and makes guests feel cared for, adding an extra element of polish to any occasion.

  • Bring the romance of Southern France to your home with our richly colored, hand-printed cotton linens.
  • Designed exclusively for Couleur Nature by Parisian artist Bruno Lamy.
  • Suitable for everyday use. Easy care, machine washable, color fast. 100% cotton.
  • Set of six colorful napkins, each measuring a generous 19-inches square.
  • Our linens are handmade: slight variations are natural and make each piece unique.

Customer Reviews

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j.b.
Received napkins instead of placemats in one pattern

Love the napkins! Pretty with all of my plates.

L
L.S.
Napkins

Absolutely beautiful gorgeous colors and excellent quality

B
B.L.
Beauty and ease of use

These napkins are truly beautiful . The print is vibrant yet soothing... The care is simple and they iron very easily...

J
J.S.
Napkins and tablecloth

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL AND I LOVE these! Great quality and beautiful fabric!

l
l.
Beautiful and thick

I bought a tablecloth and napkins last month. They are sturdy and washed well and are well made. Would definitely purchase more when I need them.


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Genuine French Design

Make a statement with your home. All Couleur Nature's kitchenware is designed in Paris.

Authentically Handprinted

Every tablecloth, napkin, etc. is expertly handcrafted in India using ancient woodblock printing techniques.

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