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New Look for Royal Motor Yacht Club!

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New Look for Royal Motor Yacht Club!

The Royal Motor Yacht Club Newport Sydney has been a client of ours for about 4 years. They decided they wanted a more casual "boaty" look in the bistro and have chosen the Quebec Blue and Ecru Stripe for the effect. www.gypsytableware.com.au/products/quebec-blue-stripe-8-12              Please note the tablecloths in the background are the Sandstone colour and design which which they ordered in a previous year. www.gypsytableware.com.au/products/sandstone Both these tablecloths would be equally as comfortable in a home setting as well as a restaurant.

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Yes We Do Have White Tablecloths!

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Yes We Do Have White Tablecloths!

Most white tablecloth fabric when it is treated with a Teflon Dupont treatment ends up a little "creamy" or off white! The Dama white is a mixture of polyester and cotton and has slightly raised white square ingrained into it. Due to the higher polyester content in this fabric it is totally white. The slightly raised print ensures that it does not have that "plasticky" look and feel that some of the cheaper Asian polyester fabrics do. This tablecloth is proving to be very popular with restaurants but can also be used in the home. The Dama white has been...

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How to stand out from the crowd when you are small!

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How to stand out from the crowd when you are small!

This small Asian restaurant, Thai Silom, is in the hub of Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast and surrounded by other restaurants.Thai Silom being a small restaurant needed to stand out from the crowd and be appealing to the walk by trade. In Thai culture all colours have significant meaning. (At least for the Buddhist population.) In Thai  tradition, each day of the week is assigned a specific color and if you are born on that day you would consider that your lucky colour. eg. Sunday is red and Monday is yellow. Thai Silom chose a red tablecloth overlay over...

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