This very lovely hand painted voile table cover is beautiful enough to be a bridal veil! However, although it is so good to look at and touch, it is entirely functional. Used to throw over your set table to protect food, crockery etc. from dust or insects, (great for barbeque time) or just to unveil your table when your guests arrive. Hand painted on a lovely soft voile that can be co-ordinated to a tablecloth or table runner from our range. This voile cover will be a talking point at any dining occassion, indoor or outdoor
Hand painted South African indigenous flowers, the protea in pretty pastel colours on white voile. Machine washable at 30 degrees
Sizes : 150cm x 150cm ; 200cm x 150cm ; 250cm x 150cm
Hand painted on voile and heat treated to make it colourfast
Like a lovely water colour painting but entirely practical as it will wash beautifully with no colour loss whatsoever
Machine wash on a 30 degree cycle. Do not tumble dry but leave to dry naturally, UV light will not harm the colour. Warm to hot steam iron. Iron on reverse. See further details for stain removal etc. on “Our Products” page.
With a little care this lovely item will last for many years
This item has been lovingly hand painted and therefore you may find variations in colour, design and tone. The stripes are all hand rolled so don’t expect absolute precision, and little imperfections and irregularities may occur from time to time but we believe this adds individuality to this unique product. This very talented designer wanted to create something that someone had put a lot of time and love into and all these products are labour intensive. This provides work opportunities for fair wages in an area of high unemployment.
Inspired by design, art and colour this creative team produce beautiful products which are “on trend” but radiate a sense of timelessness, with a unique combination of colours and designs that will add a natural feeling of freshness to your home decor. Made by Sue Sylvester Fabrics and situated in the heart of a busy student community in Durban, South Africa, they are a team of entrepreneurial women that come from all walks of life to pool their creativity and produce items that reflect the sunny nature of KwaZulu Natal