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Hand-Printed Designer Table Linens from Tipi Interiors

Gorgeous table linens have been on my radar ever since I decide that May was going to be wine and dine month on the blog…

handmade table linens from tipi interiors ombre tablecloth

The idea for this theme came about a few months back, because I kept thinking how unfortunate it was that so many of us neglect our dining rooms (and everything that comes along with entertaining at home). I’m in the same boat as you, don’t worry, so I decided I was going to put dinnerware, tableware, dining room styling and home entertaining back on the map.

The brand I’m introducing you to today is helping me do just that – and good Lord are they doing it in style!

TIPI Interiors is a travel-inspired homewares brand that was launched online at the end of last year. The concept behind the brand is all about encouraging you to create a home that reflects your travels, personal style and life story, with India being the inspiration of the first collection.

In fact, the team made a video which I’ll include at the end of this post, so you can get a feel for their journey and what this amazing brand is all about. But let’s take a look at their divine table linens below and you can enter to win yourself a set in today’s post too!

Designer Table Linens from Tipi Interiors

The Tipi Interiors table linens are divided into three distinctly beautiful styles, which I’ll expand on below. Each tablecloth comes in a gorgeous gift box and measure 260 x 180cm in size.

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Dip-Dyed Table Linens

Dip dyed by TIPI’s talented team in Jaipur, I love the calm and serene vibe that this table linen brings to a space. There’s such a sense of softness in this design and yet it feels wonderfully sophisticated at the same time.

As they are all hand dip dyed, every tablecloth has slightly different hues, which is such a beautiful feature and makes each design one-of-a-kind. The ombre trend will never go out of style if you ask me, which is why this design is possibly my fave (although as you’ll see below, the others are pretty mind-blowing too).

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Floral Table Linens

Block-printed in Sanganer, India, these floral table linens are by far the most colourful and fun design in the Tipi collection.

I love the sense of whimsy they bring to a space, and I adore that each design is inspired by a different part of the team’s travels in India. Whether they’re channeling the colours of the monsoon season, picking up on hues found at the Indian bazaar or picking up on the dusty tones of the Blue City, there’s a story behind every one.

You could even rock this on your table and rock one of these on your wall to match!

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Striped Table Linens

It doesn’t get more classic and more timeless than a good stripe, and I love that there are a few colour options available in this range.

Black is an obvious go-to if you want to bring a sense of opulence to your table setting (and you know that everyday opulence is big this year), but there are also more dynamic hues available if you gravitate toward a brighter moment on your tabletop.

I also love that the stripes aren’t perfectly straight; the hand-printed element on the design is just phenomenal.

The Story of Tipi Interiors


**Please note that this competition has now closed. The winner was Leanne Fry**

To go in the draw to win your choice of tablecloth from Tipi:

Click here to see the entire collection available

– Drop a comment below naming your fave design and why

Competition open to Aus residents only. Comp closes 11.59pm Friday May 27.


Outside of writing this blog, Chris is an interior designer, presenter and author. He's also spent time on TV, on Channel 10's Changing Rooms, as well presenting segments on Channel 7's Sunrise and The Morning Show. If you'd like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here

  • Penny White


    It’s got to be a versatile & beautiful ‘Black & White’ stripe tablecloth ~ very French, dress it up with some gorgeous hot pink or pink accessories and your favourite China & cutlery….yum good enough to eat off

    17 May, 2016
    • Harriet McMicking


      Such a wonderful suggestion, thanks Penny! Will have to team this number with some hot pink next dinner party.

      13 June, 2016
  • Clare


    I can’t decide between the calm and cool grey ombre or the light and bright green stripes. All of them are just gorgeous!

    17 May, 2016
  • Oh my ! My fave are the ombré range….they are sublime. What is not to love? I could just imagine hosting a dinner party around a table draped with this beauty xxx

    17 May, 2016
  • Natasha Andrews


    oh that black and white stripe is so fabulous – I love the slight organic nature to the stripes. Makes them totally fabulous – yes to everyday opulence!! It makes me want to host fabulous dinner parties!!

    17 May, 2016
  • libbyb54


    The Black and White stripe, definitely. I’m decking out my new caravan in British Colonial come Plantation style, so the gorgeous tablecloth would be the perfect beginning.

    19 May, 2016
  • Julie cunniffe


    I loved travelling india and this collection is gorgeous! I would choose blue city as a gift for my daughter’s new home! Dhanayavaad (cannot write in hindi!). – thank you.
    Will be buying lots of this collection!

    19 May, 2016
  • Sharyn W


    PINK CITY i absolutely totally love and adore, as the colours are so vibrant and my new motto is to bring colour and vibrancy into my everyday life and this will certainly do that for sure 🙂

    19 May, 2016
  • I have been known to use a shower curtain and bed sheet as a tablecloth so I would love one of these beautiful linen tablecloths! The Indian Bazaar colours are bold and beautiful and would set the scene for some very memorable dinner parties 🙂

    19 May, 2016
  • Jeanette MacMicking


    I love White City! A monochrome palette is timeless and can be dressed up according to the occasion.It would make every mealtime special.

    19 May, 2016
  • Pink City table cloth by TIPI INTERIORS would look Devine with my Laura Jones artwork that I saved up for. It would be a nice reward for seemed like a lifetime of saving and sacrifice for the beautiful artwork.

    26 May, 2016
  • veraneeka


    Black and white striped, would suite my wooden meals table, as im a fan of Collingwood and like Bengal tigers, it would all blend in with my furnishings.

    26 May, 2016
  • Jackie Lee


    I love the Indian Bazaar design. I’m tending to do more informal entertaining these days and the vibrant colours will go beautifully with the warm sunny winter days in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland!!

    26 May, 2016
  • The Blue City’ design tablecloth would be perfect for our home Mediterranean feasts

    26 May, 2016
  • Lauren Rugless


    It is such a talent to do something so beautiful, so simply. I love the calmness and the ‘effortlessness’ of ‘White City’.

    27 May, 2016
  • Amber Boyce


    I love the ‘Black and White’ tablecloth. So versatile and stylish and would make a great gift … for me 🙂

    29 May, 2016
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