…too hot to handle 

Your table is a work of art with these William Eggleston drawings come to life on linen. This riotous jungle of liberated paint strokes and Miami color is part of a large collection of drawings William’s daughter Andra Eggleston unearthed during a visit to see him in Memphis. Andra, a Nashville-based textile designer and owner of the print design brand Electra Eggleston, worked with her father to structure repeats from his uncovered drawings, a medium and artistic legacy far longer than William’s career as an iconic photographer. All linens are digitally printed in Monroe, North Carolina on 100% Belgian linen.  As southern relations would have it, this father-daughter project now includes a distant cousin (me!), with the launch of this exclusive Electra Eggleston collection for Houses and Parties, cut from the same cloth. The print is the party.

Generously sized (96”x156”) to fit an 8' x 36" folding table, dropping to the floor. Dry clean and steam press.

Part of the “Eggleston Cabaret” collection. Pair this tablecloth with Eggleston’s Eggleston Goldenrod Dinner Napkins and Table Lamp Shades. Add Leopard Dinner Plates and Dessert Plates D’Art, and your party has Miami heat.

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