3 settings with linen napkins

Linen napkins can be styled in every way. Iron the napkins to smooth out wrinkles (use steam or the fibres will break) and use them together with any tablecloth. The linen tablecloth is beautiful when you take it a bit crinkled from the clothesline and put it directly on your table. Here you will find 3 quick ideas how to set your table with linen napkins.
This napkin is tied with a soft knot. It is especially easy to mould a linen napkin because of its softness. Decorate e.g. with a small twig, flower or anything at hand – it can also be herbs from the garden – e.g. rosemary.
Here the napkin is used just as it is. You fold it on the middle and put it beside the plate in soft foldings. We have decorated the plate with a small flower to show the difference when adding a small detail. Decorate the napkin with a flower or a twig during the summertime and a cone or a Christmas ball during the wintertime. Only the imagination set boundaries.
Because of the softness of the linen napkin, it is not suitable for advanced folding’s, but this folding is simple and suitable for napkins in all sorts of material. On the drawing, you can see how easy it is.
1.Fold the napkin in half. 2. Fold the napkin into quarters. 3. Fold the top-most layer of the napkin in half diagonally and press it down. 4. Turn the napkin over and fold the right and left side back ½ of the way and press it down 5. Flip the napkin over and insert the cutlery. Decorate with a small twig.
1.Fold the napkin in half. 2. Fold the napkin into quarters. 3. Fold the top-most layer of the napkin in half diagonally and press it down. 4. Turn the napkin over and fold the right and left side back ½ of the way and press it down 5. Flip the napkin over and insert the cutlery. Decorate with a small twig.

We have set the table with:

•  PLAINLINEN NAPKIN, White
•  PLAIN LINEN NAPKIN, Grey