Ngala Trading and South African brand partner, Ardmore, are expanding upon their iconic wildlife patterns by introducing a new tabletop collection including tablecloths, napkins, coasters and hard-board placemats. Inspired by the Sabie region of South Africa, the designs depict a never-ending tapestry of lush foliage concealing camouflaged creatures.
The Sabie region is an area where light, sound, movement and color constantly shift and change. This artistic expression of abundance is shown in rich colorways that showcase deep blues and lush greens, while also offered in new toned-down, monochromatic colorways such as gold and charcoal that depict the calm and stillness of moonlight. The collection expands upon the wildlife seen in the Sabie region with artwork showcasing the elusive and regal cheetah, slender genet, and nocturnal bush babies.
“Our collection of Ardmore designs has been beloved in the U.S. since the moment we launched it, four years ago,” said Lawson Ricketts, creative director and co-founder of Ngala Trading. “The vibrancy and richness of these intricate designs are the perfect wanderlust addition to our tabletops as we look forward to warm gatherings and dining experiences with loved ones and friends. The creative talents of the Ardmore artists never cease to inspire us.”
Ardmore tablecloths are available in three sizes – square, small rectangle and large rectangle, while the napkins, placemats and coasters are offered in one size. Tablecloths range from $385 to $525, napkins are $65 per pair, placemats are $99 per pair and coasters are $42 per set of four.
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