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Of all the joys of summer – swimming, grilling, camping – there is one that I can’t get on board with: linen. Obviously, it’s lovely and fitting for the season, but the moment I’m in a linen shirt it’s wrinkled and stained. I’ve banned it from my wardrobe. This dinnerware, however, could let one enjoy the feel of linen without all the drawbacks. It looks natural and “raw” but clearly works just as well with dressed up silverware.

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  1. ingolightguru says:

    Linnen dinnerware, who would of thought, how interesting!

  2. [...] Of all the joys of summer – swimming, grilling, camping – there is one that I can’t get on board with: linen. Obviously, it’s lovely and fitting for the season, but the moment I’m in a linen shirt it’s wrinkled and stained. I’ve banned it from my wardrobe. This dinnerware, however, could let one enjoy the feel of linen without all the drawbacks. It looks natural and “raw” but clearly works just as well with dressed up silverware. Read more… [...]

  3. DianeFord10 says:

    Several kinds of dinnerware are present in the market like stoneware, porcelain, bone china etc. Linen patterned dinnerware is also a famous one which gives you a natural look as of linen clothes. But if you like to have different kind of dinner set then once have a look on thelatable, you will definitely be happy to visit that site as it have various kinds of dinnerware, flatware, crockery, cutlery and much more.

  4. Nidia says:

    This details was a terrific discover, thanks for your imput.

  5. DonnaLee Cannon says:

    Hi!…Go down to the hardware or Home store and get a piece of masonite, have them cut it to fit the top of your washer/dryer (I'm assuming the 2 units are sitting side-by-side), masonite is pretty light in weght. Then find a fabric you like and fold over to cover the masonite on both sides. You can tack it, glue it, or I used an ordinary stapler on the unfinished side and then drove the staples in all the way with a small hammer. You can add a piece of fabric to hang down like a 'skirt' in front of the washer/dryer to hide them further. Now you have extra counter space when you need it, or an ironing board, and when you're doing laundry just pull off the board and set to one side.

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