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Tutti Frutti Runner Yellow & Green

$59.00

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The succulent wine-colored figs, scarlet pomegranates and golden pineapples of the Tutti Frutti Collection will welcome guests to your table any time of the year. Mix and match the Tutti Frutti with solid table linens to add dimension and drama to the table. Designed by Bruno Lamy exclusively for Couleur Nature.

Our linen table runners and quilted table runners are a simple way to add a touch of elegance to a room or an extra note of festivity for a special 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, colorfast. 100% cotton.
  • Available in two sizes: 16x72 inches and 16x90 inches.
  • Our linens are handmade: slight variations are natural and make each piece unique.

Customer Reviews

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D.H.
Beautiful Runner

I love my Fall Runner it’s a perfect fit!

J
J.
Table runners

Love the colors, adds that provencal look, and good price.

V
V.H.
couleur table runner

It;s very pretty, lovely colors. I wish you had a much longer one. It's nice year round but especially for the fall.

D
D.C.
Tutti fruiti runners

Absolutely beautiful runners! Gave one away as a gift and she loves it.

L
L.R.
Beautiful Tutti Frutti Runner

This runner is more beautiful than pictured. It graces my dining room table now as I prepare for hosting my book club. It is a perfect backdrop for a fall party.


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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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