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The artful combination of mustard leaves, burnt burgundy tulips and a range of refreshing blues makes the Tulip Collection highly versatile. Its table linens, runners and napkins are perfect for any season. Fine French table linens, hand-printed. Designed by Bruno Lamy exclusively for Couleur Nature.

Our fine linen table placemats are a great way to refresh your table, adding color and vibrancy to every day or formal settings.

  • 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 placemats, each measuring a generous 15x18 inches.
  • Our linens are handmade: slight variations are natural and make each piece unique.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Tulip Placemats and napkins

Loving to cook and entertain, setting a beautiful table is paramount to the enjoyment of the total experience. My children are grown and have learned by example. When I first saw CouleurNature I was so impressed by the beauty and variety of the collection that I purchased the Tulip Placemats and napkins as a gift. I was delighted with the oversized placemats and the quality of fabric and design. They are exquisite and will be difficult for me to part with them. I’ve purchased a holiday set as well for another gift and am anxious to see the beautiful tables they will set.

Tulip placemats

Absolutely lovely but thinner than I expected.

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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.