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Table runner

Table runner in collection Linen, fabric: 392-04
Dining room Linen 1
Table runner in collection Linen, fabric: 392-04
Dining room Linen 1

Code:
Table runner

Size: 40 × 130 cm (16 × 51 inch)

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£14.00

A rectangular runner is a great way to decorate the table and protect wooden surface from marks left by hot or cold dishes. 

Available in standard sizes or made to measure for the perfect fit and finished with a decorative wide hem at the shorter edges, a new runners is a fantastic alternative to a tablecloth. It looks great on its own in a contemporary table setting, or combined with a tablecloth underneath for a truly exceptional decor for a special occasion.

Choose from over 300 fabrics to suit all tastes, budgets and styles from Scandinavian and clean modern looks to traditional homes or shabby chic interiors.

IMPORTANT: Please allow for a tolerance of +/- 2cm in the measurements of the product ordered and supplied due to differences in fabric widths supplied by manufacturers.

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Fabric code: 392-04

Dekoria Fabric code: 392-04

Do not tumble dry Warm iron at maximum 150ºC Do not bleach WASH AT MAXIMUM 40ºC Dry cleaning for delicate fabrics

Roman blinds Decorative fabrics

Collection: Linen
Fabric code: 392-04
Composition: 100% linen
Width of fabric: 150cm
Colour: white
Shrinkage: 6%
Features: double sided, jacquard, matt
Blackout: Medium

Do not tumble dry Warm iron at maximum 150ºC Do not bleach WASH AT MAXIMUM 40ºC Dry cleaning for delicate fabrics

Roman blinds Decorative fabrics

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