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Modern Interiors Collection


Modern Interiors Collection


Have a made to measure custom card tablecloth made especially for your square or rectangular table. Each cloth is expertly made by hand by master craftsman Simon Lucas, ensuring unrivalled quality. Produced from thick, traditional British made Baize to give you years of pleasure.

  • British made Baize with 95% Wool Content
  • Ideal for, yacht interiors, desks and gaming tables
  • Expertly handmade and inspected in our workshop ensuring unrivalled quality

Please note the maximum width we can make including drop for this cloth is 186cm

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    Measure the shortest side of your table in centimetres, then type the number into the box above. Do not add any extra for the drop/overhang.

    Measure the longest side of your table in centimetres, and type the number into the box above. Do not add any extra for the drop/overhang.

    Table cloths look best when they hang over the edge of the table. This is called the 'Drop'. Measure in centimetres from the top of your table downwards and decide what drop you'd like. Type the number into the box above. We will add this amount onto all 4 sides of your cloth.


Modern Interiors Collection – Custom Card Table Cloth

Are you looking for an elegant, custom made card table cloth tailored to the size of your square or rectangular table? Then the bespoke Modern Interiors is for you. Baize is the traditional surface for cardplay and with good reason: it still has the optimum amount of friction and durability for card games. Green is the traditional colour but baize is made in a range of other strong and vibrant colours too and it’s to celebrate these newer colours that we created our Modern Interiors collection. The Modern Interiors cloths are a chic collection that are handmade with care by us in our workshop in Devizes, from top-quality British baize (95% wool). Being handmade to order, we can make a made-to-measure cloth especially for you. In a choice of four colourways, the cloth has a two-tone trim that contrasts well with the baize.

Measuring Your Table for Your New Bespoke Tablecloth

Ordering your made-to-measure tablecloth is very easy:

  1. Choose the colour of cloth you would like.
  2. Measure the width of your tabletop in centimetres and type the number into the text box. The width is the shortest side.
  3. Measure the length of your tabletop in centimetres and type the number into the second text box. The length is the longest side of a rectangle. If your table is square, type the same number into both text boxes.
  4. Measure from the top of the table downwards and decide how much drop you’d like your cloth to have. The drop is the amount the cloth will overhang. Type that number into the last text box. We will add this amount to all 4 sides of your cloth (so if you choose 20cm, we will add 20cm to the left side, 20cm to the right side, 20cm to the top and 20cm to the bottom of your cloth).
  5. When you’re happy with your choice and you’ve double-checked the measurements are correct, add the cloth to your basket and complete the order.

Bespoke Tablecloths for Other Table Shapes

If you need a bespoke cloth for a table that isn’t square or rectangular, we can make one to fit. Please measure your tabletop and call us on 01380 829922 to discuss your requirements. If you prefer to email, please use our contact us form.

Types of tables we’ve made luxury custom table cloths for:

  • Tables in Luxury Yachts and Superyachts
  • Playing Card Tables
  • Boardroom Tables
  • Luxury tradeshow table coverings

Baize, Not Felt

The fabric we use for all our baize cloths is top-quality British-made baize which is 95% wool and 5% nylon.

There is a lot of confusion about the difference between baize and felt. This isn’t surprising when you search online and find many suppliers describing felt as baize, or a fabric as ‘baize felt’ or ‘felt baize’. It’s important to know whether you’re buying baize or felt, because the two fabrics are very different. To read more about the differences be sure to check out our article Baize or Felt? A Brief Guide to find out more.


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