Welcome to the ornamental world of D’ASCOLI, where we celebrate the decorative arts of diverse cultures in our original designs, using ancient and modern techniques. We employ sustainable, low carbon forms of production such as hand-weaving, digital printing, and hand embroidery to create socially responsible products that enrich the lives of makers and users with an authentic provenance, and the integrity that results from small-batch production.

Table Linen Collections

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Laurel Canyon

The Laurel Canyon collection of table linens was created as an homage to the relaxed bohemian style of southern California in the 1960’s and ‘70’s, and to the canyon in L.A. that was home to some of the era’s most iconic musicians such as Joni Mitchell and Crosby, Stills and Nash. Floral designs were abundant at that time, and many were characterized by graphics with flat colors and outlines, part of the Hippie-psychedelic movement.

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Iznik

The Iznik table linen collection is a celebration of Ottoman style and is named for the famed Turkish town of Iznik that produces distinctive glazed ceramics. This vast collection offers four main color groups that allow you to create unexpected ornamental arrangements by mixing and matching products across color groups.

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Garden Party

Gardens and the cultivation of flowers have long been a part of gentile living and domestic life. Whether dining al fresco or seeking to bring nature indoors, our Garden Party table linens can help make any season of the year feel like spring. Classic damask tablecloths, chintz floral placemats, and hand-embroidered napkins in three different color groups offer a selection of three color choices – blue, pink, and taupe.

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Calico

An Haveli is a traditional townhouse in the Indian sub-continent and that idea of a private realm in India, complete with painted walls and heritage textiles is the source of inspiration for our Haveli table linen collection wherein botanical studies and tie-dye mix with handmade techniques in three color groups – blue, red, and mustard.

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Jamavar

In the far north of India lies the legendary Valley Of Kashmir, home of the master artisans who, for hundreds of years, create the iconic paisley shawls that became status symbols and fashion icons around the world. These jamavar shawls are the inspiration for our Jamavar table linen collection.

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Tidewater

The Tidewater table linen collection is a tribute to the elegance and sophistication of style coastal style of the American south. Decorating classics such as pretty calico roses mixed with a charming chestnut chintz and a geometric accented with hand embroidery make this group sit comfortable in a cottage or a white-columned manor home.

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Samarkand

Samarkand, the ancient city on the silk route in Central Asia, is the name of our table linen collection that feature designs inspired from the traditions of that region. The large-scale ikats designs of Uzbekistan, with their distinctive ‘flame-stitch’ look, and the Suzani embroideries that originated there combine to make an exotic mix of colors and patterns.

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Haveli

A Haveli is a traditional townhouse in the India - a private, domestic realm complete with painted walls and heritage textiles that is the inspiration for our Haveli table linen collection.

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Kashmir

The enchanted Valley of Kashmir nestled high in the Himalayas is famous for its refined crafts and serves as the inspiration for our Kashmir table linen collection. Intricate geometrics and delicate floral studies are enlivened with hand embroidered accents reminiscent of the renowned shawls of the Vale.

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Tipoo

The art and culture of the powerful Mughal Empire influenced all of India, and serves us here as the inspiration for our Tipoo collection of table linens. Elegant botanical studies, paisleys, and decorative geometric patterns in a classic red color are accented with hand embroidered accents in mint green.

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