my favorite sources for cloth napkins

Don’t blink or Thanksgiving will sneak up on you… I know I can’t be the only one who feels that way, right?? Over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing lots of inspiration for your tabletop, from my favorite dinnerware to some incredible recipes. To start, I want to share my favorite sources for cloth napkins. These are a year round staple in my home because we’ve totally done away with paper napkins in an effort to be more earth-friendly, but also a little bit more civilized. There’s something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day.

Keep reading for my favorite sources for cloth napkins!

Today I'm sharing my favorite sources for cloth napkins — There's something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day. Get my favorite home textile resources on Jojotastic.com Today I'm sharing my favorite sources for cloth napkins — There's something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day. Get my favorite home textile resources on Jojotastic.com

I love Terrain for basic, texture cloth napkins that mix and match easily with any tabletop pieces. The vibe is a bit more casual and laid back, but with a hint of refinement. My current faves include Dot & Dash Natural Cotton NapkinWell-Wrinkled Linen Wrap Napkin, and Well-Wrinkled Linen Napkin.

Today I'm sharing my favorite sources for cloth napkins — There's something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day. Get my favorite home textile resources on Jojotastic.com Today I'm sharing my favorite sources for cloth napkins — There's something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day. Get my favorite home textile resources on Jojotastic.com Today I'm sharing my favorite sources for cloth napkins — There's something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day. Get my favorite home textile resources on Jojotastic.com

Another amazing resource is, of course, Etsy! I have 3 favorite makers who consistently offer gorgeous, sumptuously soft cloth napkins: LinenTales (rose is available here and stripes are available here), Taftyli, and Lakeshore Linen. All of these options are fun in a mix and match sort of way.

Today I'm sharing my favorite sources for cloth napkins — There's something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day. Get my favorite home textile resources on Jojotastic.comToday I'm sharing my favorite sources for cloth napkins — There's something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day. Get my favorite home textile resources on Jojotastic.com

One of my personal favorite sources is Non-Perishable Goods. For a pop of color that is oh-so-fun, I recommend CYZ. I love them so much that I use them all the time in my photoshoots!

Today I'm sharing my favorite sources for cloth napkins — There's something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day. Get my favorite home textile resources on Jojotastic.comToday I'm sharing my favorite sources for cloth napkins — There's something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day. Get my favorite home textile resources on Jojotastic.com

Another perennial favorite source for cloth napkins and all-around fun textiles is Anthropologie. I’m typically more partial to their simpler napkins, like this stitched linen napkin set. The washed navy color is sooo dreamy.

Today I'm sharing my favorite sources for cloth napkins — There's something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day. Get my favorite home textile resources on Jojotastic.comToday I'm sharing my favorite sources for cloth napkins — There's something that feels grown up when you use a cloth napkin instead of paper one! I also think of cloth napkins as jewelry for my table — easily swapped out depending on your mood and preferred style that day. Get my favorite home textile resources on Jojotastic.com

Lastly, this simple stripe cloth napkin from Oh! Fox is a great day-to-day version of this essential. The fringe and slight stitching detail on the edge is just enough to make every meal feel special.

If you have any other sources for cloth napkins, I’d love to hear ’em!

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  1. 11.20.16

    A new favorite is Dot and Army, made in Georgia. Check them out on Etsy. I’m new to your blog and love your vibe!

    • 11.20.16
      joanna said:

      ooooo they look great! Thanks for sharing!