90 x 156 in. Rectangular Polyester Tablecloth White
- Easy laundering in your home washing machine
- Serged hem for an elegant look
- Tablecloth measures 90 x 156 in. floor length drop on 8-foot rectangular tables
- Tablecloths made from durable, stain and wrinkle resistant 100% polyester material
- Shown here on a 96 x 30 in. table
- Machine wash cold, low heat dry, remove promptly, hang to minimize wrinkles
- Tablecloth features rounded corners for custom fit
NO returns or exchanges
Why do we recommend polyester tablecloths as the go-to event linens? Besides the affordable price tag, our polyester material is the toughest fabric we've got. Rectangular tables are perfect for conserving precious floor space at banquet venues and serving meals family-style. A 90 x 156 in. Rectangular Polyester Tablecloth White features a serged hem, seamless design, and durable fabric quality ideal for withstanding high-volume banquet events and restaurants--just wash afterwards with cold water and household detergent.
Table W x L
|30 x 48 (4 ft)||30 x 72 (6 ft)||30 x 96 (8 ft)|
|60 x 102||15 x 27||15 x 15||--|
|60 x 126||--||15 x 27||15 x 15|
|70 x 120||--||20 x 24||20 x 12|
|90 x 132||--||30 x 30||30 x 18|
|90 x 156||--||--||30 x 30|
Drop Side x Ends
To find the tablecloth drop (the length your tablecloth will hang down from the tabletop), you subtract the table length from the linen length and then subtract the table width from the linen width and then divide the differences by 2. For example, you have a standard 6 foot rectangular table, so the width is 30 inches and the length is 72 inches, and you have a 70x120 inch rectangular tablecloth. Subtract 30 from 70 to get 40 inches wide (70-30=40) and then subtract 72 from 120 to get 48 inches long (120-72=48). Now divide those numbers by 2, giving you a 20 inch drop on widthwise and a 24 inch drop lengthwise (40/2=20 and 48/2=24).
If you know what size table you have and length of a drop you want, you can find out the tablecloth size you need by multiplying the drop length by 2, then adding the table width and length (if you want a non-uniform drop, you will have to individually calculate the widthwise and lengthwise drop lengths). For example, you have an 8 foot table (30 inch by 96 inch) and want a 15 inch drop (halfway to the floor), you multiply 15 by 2 (15x2=30) then individually add the table width and length to get 60 inches wide by 126 inches long (30+30=60 and 30+96=126, respectively), which means you need a 60x126 rectangular tablecloth to get a uniform tablecloth drop of 15 inches.
We have many ways to help make dream designs come to fruition.
Whether you want to see different ways of tying a sash for your chair or learn how to find the correct tablecloth size,
we have made many different videos and tools to share our expertise with you.
Tablecloth Sizing Widget
Available exclusively at LinenTablecloth.com, this easy-to-use tool allows you to view all of our different tablecloth sizes
on the most widely used table sizes in the industry.
We also have sizing charts available if you are not using a flash enabled device.
Click here to view our tablecloth sizing widget & charts
Event Layout Planning Tool
Our newest addition! The event layout planning tool allows you to recreate a digital space of your event venue so that
you may choose where you would like all of your banquet tables to be placed - and even label them so you know who will sit where!
To make it even better, you can print out your event layout to bring with you when you start setting up!
Click here to start creating your event's layout now!
We have many tutorial videos ranging from how to make elegant napkin folds to how to choose the correct chair cover.
These videos can be found on our site, and on our YouTube channel.
Click here to view our on-site instructional videos
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As always, if you need any extra help when choosing your table linens, you can contact our knowledgeable customer service representatives.
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