Summerill & Bishop Hydrangea Linen Tablecloth in Blue


Introducing ‘Hydrangea’ - our ode to a forget-me-not summer. 

Designed in collaboration with textile artist Chiara Grifantini, together we sought our inspiration from the blossoming and bountiful hydrangeas planted within the communal gardens of London's Notting Hill.

Crisp white forms an elegant backdrop to exuberant inflorescences in chalky shades of blue, printed onto a 100% pure linen. 

This tablecloth is the ultimate floral statement, for the happiest of tables, perfect for providing that distinctive feel of summer joy to a cosy, winter dinner. S&B x Chiara Grifantini.

The Linen is sourced from France and Italy and produced in an Oeko-Tex certified factory. Being exceptional quality should mean that you will keep it for life.

Flax, the fibre that constitutes linen, is generally considered highly sustainable as its cultivation requires fewer chemicals than cotton and little or no irrigation.  It's completely biodegradable and can be composted at home and bears FSC certification as well as the Nordic Swan and BLUE ANGEL Ecolabels.  

Summerill & Bishop support Kensington & Chelsea Foodbank

Pictured and priced accordingly is the 165cm x 250cm size 

- We donate 1% of your purchase to 1% FTP

Good Causes

The Trussell Trust

We support a nationwide network of food banks and together we provide emergency food and support to people locked in poverty, and campaign for change to end the need for food banks in the UK.

In the UK, more than 14 million people are living in poverty – including 4.5 million children. We support more than 1,200 food bank centres in the UK to provide a minimum of three days’ nutritionally-balanced emergency food to people who have been referred in crisis, as well as support to help people resolve the crises they face. Between April 2019 and March 2020, food banks in our network provided a record 1.9 million food supplies to people in crisis, an 18% increase on the previous year.

We know it takes more than food to end hunger. That’s why we bring together the experiences of food banks in our network to challenge the structural economic issues that lock people in poverty, and campaign to end the need for food banks in the UK.