Table mats, coasters
It's on the top of a wooden table that table mats and coasters are most often used. The first is a classic during an aperitif. Placed around the drinks tray, the coaster limits the appearance of round, undesirable traces, always difficult to make go away. It's the principal and completely legitimate reason for its use. But we then see that it is not the only one… A set of table mats, in turn, offers similar advantages at meal times. It can be directly placed on the table, or even on a tablecloth, generally in a solid colour. Read more
Much more than a set of wicker placemats
A set of wicker or cane placemats, or in wood (sometimes noble varieties), glass, cork, fabric ore even paper (more temporary)… many materials are chosen by their creators, to give table mats and coasters their hallmark of nobility. A creative endeavour that makes these protectors a boon for the crockery. Chosen with care, they can increase its shine and create, in unison with your favourite colours and patterns, interesting reflections. To lay a nice table, table mats present another advantage: they create boundaries for individual and limited spaces, enlarging the range of possibilities regarding table decoration.
Besides rectangular, cane placemats, compulsory article in table art, Maison Saulaie recommends an item with a floral design, in plasticised cork. Resistant and easy to clean, it withstands heat and ultraviolet light. As for coasters, the Cognac range in simulated leather and felt underside, is available in a large range of colours, to match your interior decoration.
Original set of table mats: the sketchbook
It's one of the firm favourites of Maison Saulaie. 28 detachable table mats, an innovation signed Alexandre Turpault, portraying four sets of "foliage and birds" drawings. Printed on recycled paper, these small, individual tablecloths with epicurean drawings, cannot fail to put your guests into a good mood.
In the same vein, Saulaie offers decor enthusiasts who love song a set of 25 table mats in paper, printed with Soya ink and interspersed with hummingbirds, inspired by ancient hand-made decorations.