Draper's Organic Cotton

Hemp Tablecloth - Purely Natural or Purely Ivory 150cm x 220cm

£40.00

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We at Drapers Organic are proud to introduce our purely hemp range of eco-friendly home interiors.

Our new Purely Natural tablecloths are made, using our undyed 'Purely' hemp fabric, which is a very elegant light wheat/soft beige. Our Purely Ivory is a beautiful, soft creamy white colour. The hemp fabric we have used here is the same stylish, 'linen' style also available in our by the metre fabric range.

We also offer matching, soft hemp cushion covers, beanbag covers and our hemp curtains, which make stunning regular curtains (as well as great shower curtains), to fully and stylishly coordinate your room in our natural fabrics.

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Why Buy Hemp?

Hemp is naturally one of the most ecologically friendly fabrics. It is a renewable, biodegradable resource that grows well without pesticides, herbicides or fungicides and has a deep root system that helps to prevent soil erosion, whilst removing toxins and aerating the soil to the benefit of future crops. It is also drought resistant, unfortunately an important factor in today's world. 

Hemp is a most resourceful crop and as such has been cultivated for thousands of years. The fibres being renowned for their strength and durability, whilst the seeds are a great nutritional source of proteins, as well as providing other health and practical uses. It has a relatively short growth cycle, so is an efficient crop for farmers to grow, and is known for its many other uses such as paper, bodycare products, detergents, pet foods and even biofuels.

Hemp is a textural, naturally attractive fabric that can be produced in various weights, so is suitable for the finest of apparel to heavy duty upholstery. It is naturally UV resistant and absorbent, and is also known for its anti-bacterial, anti-mould and insulative qualities. It feels soft and has a contemporary elegance, suitable for today's more simple taste.

Please note it is possible that there may be some irregularities in the weave, which should not be deemed a fault as it can be characteristic of a natural fabric.