It's seven o'clock
Comptoir de Famille launches Café noir, a wide range of everyday kitchen textile, easy to keep up. The traditional association between small checks, large checks, stripes and plain is reused in a current city tone. The sober ivory, ebony and beige sober tones call to mind the table cloths of "brasseries"
All the pieces are made of yarn-dyed fabric 100% cotton, very resisting (50 à 60 yarns/cm), prewashed to make the washing and ironing easy. On the picture, the large rectangular tablecloth and the apron create a bistrot atmosphere which is very pleasant at lunch time.
Checks at the front, plain beige at the back, these round and piped chairpads highlight the new Montparnasse chairs. Made with polyester fibres, they can be washed in the machine. You can also find them in square version with a notch on two angles so that the chairpad fits perfectly on the chair.
For a sober and refined table, the Café noir textile matches perfectly with the new ivory crockery "Ecusson ", also thought in a brasserie spirit, and with the Medicis cutlery with ivory handle and worked ferrule.
The Café noir range is very complete: several sizes of tablecloths, napkins with stripes and checks to mix and match, tea towels, placemats and runners, two models of aprons, glove and pot holder, bread bag, small rug made of thick cotton, small curtain for low furniture (on the picture) and draught excluder.