Classic Tartan Plaid Table Runner

Make the holidays bright with classic tartan table linens. A festive favorite since Victorian times, our versatile red plaid runner displays a rich, yarn-dyed tartan pattern on both sides that complements a wide variety of seasonal dinnerware patterns. Woven of soft, sturdy linen/cotton twill, the runner is finished with full hems and mitered corners. Machine-wash. 16" x 108". Made in China. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
Average Customer Rating:
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0 of 2(0%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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Review 1 for Classic Tartan Plaid Table Runner
2 out of 5
2 out of 5
sthweatt
,Houston
,TX
December 3, 2014
Would You Recommend? No
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Love the idea but isn't perfect
December 3, 2014
This is my second year using this runner. I love the festive plaid tartan and the color is beautiful on my table with Christmas greenery--I searched and searched for one that would compliment my home, and was so pleased when I found this at Williams Sonoma. However, I cannot get it to lay flat, because the ribbon edges are very wavy. I have ironed it myself and sent to to the dry cleaners to be professionally steamed--neither did the trick. It's unfortunate that such a pretty runner isn't well crafted enough to lay straight on a table.
Pros: Color, Easy to Store, Size, Appearance, Weight
Cons: Quality, Shape, Design, High-Maintenance
Review 2 for Classic Tartan Plaid Table Runner
2 out of 5
2 out of 5
Skillians
,Hillsborough
,NH
December 26, 2012
Would You Recommend? No
+26points
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Beautiful...but wavy!
December 26, 2012
I still love the look of this runner, and it looks beautiful in our colonial dining room. But the grosgrain trim is sewn on so tightly that the runner won't lie flat, even by stretching it and ironing extremely carefully. I realize that I'll have to take it to a dry cleaners to be ironed perfectly, but who wants to do that every time you use it? The next time I need a different runner, I'll go to a local seamstress and have her put one together....and I'm sure it will cost quite a bit less, too!
Pros: looks beautiful
Cons: grossgrain trim can't be ironed flat