The New York Times | March 2022
OILCLOTH TABLE SETTINGS WITH A STYLISH TWIST
“The wipe-clean place mats and tablecloths from the Los Angeles company Atelier Saucier use surplus material from fashion houses.
Oilcloth, the popular wipe-clean table covering from long before the designer Sandy Chilewich started weaving her place mats, is becoming popular again. Atelier Saucier, a Los Angeles company that specializes in stylish napkins and place mats made from surplus material from fashion houses, has just added oilcloth place mats and tablecloths to its line. The hemstitched place mats, 17 by 13 inches, are solid color and reversible so there’s a choice of blue-green or orange-yellow. The tablecloth, 40 by 40 inches, comes in sunny yellow.”
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