It’s gifting time! We’ve rounded up some incredible gift guide mentions from this Holiday season – we are so grateful for all of the linen love🧡


Where: The Gourmand Luxury Gift Guide

What: The Jungle Book Cocktail Napkin Set

Why: “Flowers and tigers and fans, oh my! Wow your guests and gussy up your cocktails with these reclaimed fabric napkins.”

Architectural Digest

Where: The Gift’s for Food Lover’s Guide

What: The Patchwork Cocktail Napkin Set

Why: “The duo behind Los Angeles-based tabletop studio Atelier Saucier is always on the lookout for unique reclaimed fabrics for their tablecloths, placemats, and cocktail napkins. This set of patchwork napkins shows off their indigo fabric finds.”

Los Angeles TIMES

Where: 17 gifts for holiday hosts that you can pick up in L.A.

What: The Jungle Book Cocktail Napkin Set

Why: “Atelier Saucier’s fall collection is “all about extravagance and enchantment.” If your host is a maximalist who appreciates the concept of “more,” these 4- by 5-inch cocktail napkins on reclaimed fabric will suit their style perfectly.”


Where: Gift Guide for the Host

What: Our exclusive collaboration Mix-and-Match Chroma 6-piece Napkin Set

Why: “A bottle of wine is never a bad idea, but we know a few more ways to treat the one who loves to host. Find serveware, glasses, and mix-and-match napkins for the table, plus games to play after dinner.”


Where: Gifts for the Host Who Gets Every Design Magazine

What: The Jungle Book Cocktail Napkin Set

Why: “For anyone with a bar cart, cocktail napkins are a no-brainer. This set from Atelier Saucier, in mismatched reclaimed fabrics with a loose animal theme, would be appropriate for the entertainer who appreciates a maximalist look.”


Where: The 2022 goop Gift Guides | The Cook’s Gift Guide

What: The Hypnotic Napkin Set

Why: “Set them out to elevate a dinner party, a date night in, a picnic…”


Where: The 51 Best Gifts for People Who Have Everything Already

What: The Jungle Book Cocktail Napkin Set

Why: “This set of dramatic cocktail napkins for the friend who likes to host happy hour at home.”