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Cotton & linen

For that classic feel, look no further than cotton and linen table cloths. Whether you choose cotton, linen or a blend of both, pop them in the wash to refresh them before reusing. Remember to iron cotton or linen cloths before using them to ensure a polished look.

PU coated

If your loved ones are a bit messy, choose coated table linen. Thanks to the protective coating, this linen can easily be wiped clean – perfect for any spills!


Velvet is known for its luxurious look and feel; what better table linen for special occasions? Draped over your table, velvet cloths instantly bring a sense of indulgence.

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Which dinnerware material should you choose?

Each dinnerware material has its own set of features. Pick the material that meets your needs and budget:

• Porcelain: Its glazed finish makes porcelain durable and less prone to chipping. It has a premium feel but with a budget-friendly price tag. 
• Stoneware: Durable and heat resistant, stoneware is perfect for everyday use. 
• Bone china: Recognised as the highest quality dinnerware material, bone china is super strong and chip resistant. 
• Fine china: Looking for an affordable alternative to bone china? Fine china offers excellent durability but at a lower price. 

Step 4: Set out the glassware

Keep the drinks flowing with stunning glassware. Whether you choose coloured glass or crystal, glasses tie together your
dining table décor. Position glasses on the right-hand side of the placemats, with the alcohol glass on the outside.

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Which glasses should you pick?

The glassware you choose depends on the drinks you'll serve:

1. Soft drinks and water: Always provide tumblers for guests to enjoy water or soft drinks alongside their tipple of choice. 
2. Red wine: Pick tall wine glasses with a large bowl to release the red’s aromas. 
3. White wine: Choose a smaller wine glass to keep the drink chilled and bring the aromas closer. 
4. Sparkling wine: A tulip-shaped flute will retain the fizz for longer. 
5. Beer: A tulip glass is best for aromatic beers, while goblets work well with high-ABV beverages. 
6. Cocktails. Coupe and martini glasses are perfect for homemade cocktails
7. Spirits. Whether it’s a G&T or whisky, serve spirit-based drinks in a rocks or highball glass.

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How to set cutlery on the table

If you're serving up a special three-course meal, here’s how to set cutlery on the table:

1. Place a dinner knife on the right-hand side of the placemat, with the fork on the left. You might need a steak knife if you're serving meat. 
2. Lay a smaller knife and fork outside the dinner set for the starter. 
3. Add a spoon to the right of the starter knife if you're serving soup. 
4. Place a dessert spoon and fork above the plate.

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Dining table décor always needs a centrepiece. This draws the eye to the table and allows you to showcase your creative flair. Dining table centrepieces come in all shapes and sizes, but here are some ideas to get you started:

• Flower arrangements: Whether it’s one large bouquet or a cluster of smaller arrangements, flowers always go down a storm. 
• Fruit bowls: Bring zesty colours with a fruit bowl filled with citrus fruits. This is an easy centrepiece that can be eaten too!
• Statement vases: Collate your favourite vases to create a design-led centrepiece. 
• Candles: Candles add a cosy feel while creating intimate lighting.

In just six steps, you've learnt how to set the table for your next special occasion.
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