11 December 2006
‘Tis the Season
For Traditional Holiday Party Linen Rentals
Celebrate the season with festive gatherings made even more special with traditional holiday colors. The colors will remind guests of traditions during this special time of year. Guests not only will remember the great host you are, but the atmosphere presented will be
so unforgettable that they will remember how they felt in the environment you created for
The colors red and green are known to symbolize the traditional holiday celebration. Red
and green are the most popular decorating colors. Unconsciously, our moods and feelings
are affected by the psychology of this color combination.
Green is easy on the eye, calming and refreshing. It inspires feelings of renewal and hope, symbolizing optimism for the New Year. Color research shows that when people look at this
color, it engages a feeling of peace and inner balance.
Red is typically used as a primary
accent color. Scientific studies show that people feel warmer around red. Decorators use
red to attract attention, most often in entryways, where it expresses a warm welcome. This
is why the color is seen most often in storefronts or window treatments, accenting green.
Gold is used as a secondary accent color. Gold evokes the feeling of prestige and
symbolizes illumination, wisdom, and wealth.
In contrast to jewel tones, in bold vibrant colors, or holiday trendy prints in different shapes and metallic colors, traditional holiday linens incorporate heirloom colors, passed down in décor through generations. The linen colors are associated with the warmth of the feelings they bring. For the traditional approach, explore our winter linen favorites or view our Napkin Rings collection for a Golden Tassel, Puff Star, Gold Knot, or Classic Gold Square holiday napkin ring.
Christmas Taffeta Stripe, Cedar Hemstitch Napkin
Nemacolin Holiday Party:
Red Pintuck, Cedar Hemstitch Napkin, Red Pintuck
Tuxedo Chair Back with Sage Pintuck Inverted Pleat
Christmas Taffeta Stripe, Cedar Hemstitch Napkin,
Red Pintuck Tuxedo Chair Back with Sage Pintuck