- 50 farmhouse kitchen red paper placemats
- A cello pak of 50 gingham checkered red placemats.
- 11" x 17" rectangular placemats
- Table mats made in USA from FSC certified post consumer fiber
- No new trees are used to make this product
- Made in USA for Decorative Things
Cheery Red Checkered Paper Placemats
Besides the fact that they are so practical, we love paper placemats for the decorative designs. Red checkered paper placemats are cheery kitchen table decor. They complement farmouse kitchen decor, rooster decor, and country kitchen decor perfectly. And you can use them for country decor year round. Red checkered paper placemats will light up a 4th of July party; and they will mix with all sorts of red and green country decor, or farmhouse Christmas decor. Modern farmhouse kitchen decor is often black and white. Adding red placemats, will make your table decorations unique.
Decorative paper placemats are no-fuss table decor. From a housekeeping standpoint, disposable placemats are the ideal table mats for clambakes, picnics, beach parties, barbecues and kids placemats. Our checkered paper placemats are wonderful farmhouse kitchen decor. Nothing says farmhouse, country or rustic decor better than gingham.
Corn on the cob and lobster look great on red gingham placemats at a clambake. If you are having a cookout, these paper placemats are classic all-American table decorations that will make hamburgers and hotdogs even more fun. With disposable placemats, you don't have to worry how much ketchup and mustard your family and guests drop onto your table mats.
Fun fact: When the Roosevelts entertained the King George V at Hyde Park, Eleanor served hot dogs. Of course, the hot dogs were served on a silver tray, but when the Royals asked how to eat the hot dogs, they were told to pick them up with their hands. (They opted to use a knife and fork.) Eleanor Roosevelt was a very practical hostess. She never used fancy glassware for example, because she felt it was too much work for her staff to wash them. She would probably have loved some red checkered disposable placemats when she was rolling out the red carpet for the King and Queen and other dignitaries.