Thursday, December 3, 2020

Sophie's choice

Tablecloths and bedspreads from Jaipur

 

It is always good to see a young friend launching a new business and Sophie Rossdale is a fine example of such.

 

A hand printed Adair tablecloth

During a trip to India, Rossdale discovered a team of artisans who made the most appealing tablecloths and bedspreads and set about importing them into the UK.

 

Hand-printed in “The Pink City” of Jaipur in Rajasthan, the colourful designs she chose combine an “authentic Indian style with a modern European twist” and they certainly will enliven any dining space or bedroom.

 

Sophie Rossdale

Prices for the cloths start at £20 and bedspreads start at £60 each. Available in small and large sizes, the tablecloths measure 2.4m x 1.7m and 2m x 2m. A large bedspread is 2.7m x 2.2m.

 

Another example of an Adair tablecloth

 

Comments Rossdale:

 

“I picked these designs because they bring joy to any room. They are of the highest quality and are easy to wash, dry and press. They also make great gifts for friends and family.”

 

For more information of the Adair range, go to: http://www.adairuk.com. To purchase, contact Sophie Rossdale on +44 (0) 793 203 7547 or email her at: sophie@adairuk.com

  1. Saw your table cloths at the Cavalry club sale on wednesday and very much liked the ‘USIMA’ colourway – can’t get onto your website for some reason! yours Sal

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