Wash at 60 °C. White damask products can be washed at 95 °C.
Unfold product before washing and avoid overfilling the washing machine.
Stretch the product while wet.
We recommend line-drying, it gives a smoother result and it is better for the environment.
Always observe the washing instructions provided on the product. Wash at 60°C opens the cotton yarns and it becomes clean. Many people think that washing the tablecloth at 40 °C will make the product last longer, but the products are made for high temperature.
Choose tablecloth size: We recommend 20 to 30 cm drop to get the most beautiful look. For example if you have a table of 1 x 2 m vi recommend that the size of the tablecloth is 140 x 240 cm.
Design Susanne Brenøe
A timeless damask tablecloth that catches the moment where the flowers fall from the trees and land gently below them in the month of May. The tablecloth provides the table with a poetic feature and creates a summery and feminine mood with its organic mode of expression, where flower petals spread out from the centre of the tablecloth.
The MAY design is handpicked from our archives, which are full of beautiful textile designs with timeless appeal. The tablecloth was originally designed by the painter and graphic designer Susanne Brenøe in 1989 and inspired by the landscape in May, where all the trees are in full bloom and even the falling leaves are full of poetry. The design promotes the beautiful sight of small white flower petals that have randomly landed on the tablecloth after the hawthorn has come into bloom.
The Frost Blue colour allows the simple motif of fleeting flowers to give the appearance of snowflakes on a clear and frosty sky. The tablecloth looks just as beautiful in winter as it does on a day in May. The tablecloth exudes a Scandinavian elegance, which can provide the foundation for everything from a simple monochrome table to a multi-coloured poetic narrative, complete with branches, grasses and flowers of the season.
The MAY design is also available as table runners and placemats. Matching napkins woven in linen complete the expression.