New linens from Jessie Steele add instant vintage flair to your table!

JESSIE STEELE Black and white damask napkins 2014Want to add a dash of vintage style to your home? Collecting authentic vintage linens is time-consuming and often difficult. Since textiles degrade over time many are so delicate that they can only be used for display. But, now you can get that same oh-so-desirable look with 100% cotton cloth napkins from Jessie Steele!

One of my favorites, the black and white damask print pictured, can be used year round, bringing instant style to your table. In addition to the damask, the new collection also contains kitschy crabs, splashy florals, and even welcoming pineapple prints!

For additional home interiors options, plus trademark aprons, kitchen towels, and even beach bags, cosmetic bags and new crossbody bags, all in Jessie Steels’ eye catching and instantly recognizable vintage-inspired prints, visit Jessie Steele. Now through January 2, to get 25% off your order use coupon code: RING2014, plus, receive free shipping on orders over $75!

These beautiful linens may even inspire me to cook dinner…

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Susan Conforte McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur, Harper’s BAZAAR Style Ambassador, and the co-founder of the literacy organization Success Won’t Wait! In addition to Susan Said… WHAT?! Susan also writes for It’s how you play the game! the corporate website of the award-winning You’ve been Sentenced! word game.

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  1. 1
    M.Clark

    I love that black and white damask print napkin in the picture. I went to the Jessie Steele website and I did see some very nice prints, I love the rubber gloves. Thank you for this review.

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    gigi

    I love vintage linens – I have a drawer of vintage aprons I’ve picked up over the years – but it’s hard to find pretty and still usable vintage napkins, tablecloths, etc. A lot have little holes or stains in them unfortunately – nothing you’d want to put on the table for your guests! I like that you can find these great vintage looks at Jessie Steele!

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      Susan

      One trick I use — take vintage tablecloths and turn them into napkins! Just cut around stains and holes. You can usually get at least four, if not six napkins out of a tablecloth (depending on size). This works best with a tablecloth that has an all-over pattern.

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