Buffalo Check Linen Placemat - Black and White
- Our Check Collection of Table Runners, Placemats, Dinner Napkins bring vintage charm touched by contemporary elegance. Each artisan is specially trained to deliver superior quality table linen perfect to grace every occasion and add to the festive look.
- Certified 100% European Flax: Our handcrafted Table Runners are made only from 100% EUROPEAN FLAX (grown in Belgium, France, and the Netherlands) certified by BUREAU VERITAS, the world's leading quality certification agency.
- Great Gift Choice: Gift your loved ones a blend of quality and sustainability with our 100% pure linen table runners packaged in sustainable handcrafted paper.
- Easy Care - Machine Washable, Low Iron as Needed, Steam Iron for a crisp look. Linen looks unique because of its beautiful slub and the inherent natural creases and crumples that we love. Natural Linen is NOT wrinkle free. Linen is a natural fabric and because of that every batch may have slight color or texture variation. We craft our products with extreme care for absolute customer satisfaction.
Sustainability is at the heart of everything that we do at D’Moksha Homes. We use the most sustainable fabrics like linen, hemp, and lyocell that grow naturally. Greater use of these fabrics helps reduce the dependency on cotton and polyester, which are extremely water and chemical-intensive.
· Our weaving partners are primarily solar-powered, matching the global standards set by Bureau Veritas.
· We design premium packaging that can be reused for other storage.
· D’Moksha Homes and all our partners have a strict “no child labor” policy.
WITH EVERY PURCHASE A CONTRIBUTION IS MADE TO EDUCATE A GIRL CHILD.
In our unique and first-of-its-kind D'Moksha Cares program, each shopper is given an option to know the girl child towards whom her purchase is contributed. Details of the same are made available to you in the package delivered.
Our zero waste policy means that the leftover fabric cuttings from our factory are sent over to women who can’t step out of their homes for work. These women use the leftover fabrics to create placemats and doilies, thereby earning an income from home.