Post-WWII America and its people enjoyed unprecedented renewal and economic growth. Many people were delighted to find that they had disposable income after the meager wartime rationing and shortages. This meant they were able to spend money to beautify their homes, and this included purchasing stylish kitchen linens. And yet, people had not completely forgotten thrift and the value of making things last. Many a frugal housewife knew that the best way to protect a beautiful table was to cover it. And it still is. Development of new chemical processes during WWII have lived on in some very mundane uses, such as the creation of vinyl that is used to make oilcloth table cloths.
We offer oilcloth tablecloths in some amazing styles that look retro and yet hold up to modern-day wear and tear. When looking for table lines, be sure to consider our rectangular and round tablecloths that are made in the U.S.A., are very durable, stain resistant and simply wipe clean for many years of use.
About a year ago, I posted a blog about the history of tablecloths. If you haven’t already seen it or would like to view it once again, you may find it here:
In addition to these stunning tablecloths, we have even more exciting new products that are made from oilcloth fabric, including aprons, purses and fabulous tote bags. And all are made with the same durable quality with charming retro fabrics. Many are handmade and all are made in the U.S.A.