Call them Napkin Connoisseurs. Placemat Perfectionists. Tablescape Tailors. Chief Linen Officers. Professional Party Hosts or Upcycled Fabric Obsessors. LA-based ATELIER SAUCIER is a modern tablescape design house making sustainable, lovely linens in reclaimed textiles and hard-to-find fabrics including luxe linens, rich cottons, fresh denims, and sumptuous chambrays. Think heirloom-quality materials that wash and wear like a dream – just like your favorite pair of jeans. Because yes, it IS time to stop using disposable napkins and/or, gasp, paper towels.
Soft, tonally-finished chambray is the perfect workhorse of cloth napkins (and button down shirts). A true neutral, always in style and a great camouflage to pesky stains - we're packing our drawer with these.
TIE-DYE DENIM RUNNER
All of Atelier Saucier's linens are sustainably-sourced, rescued, repurposed and locally made in Downtown Los Angeles.
POOLSIDE OILCLOTH PLACEMAT
With backgrounds in the food and fashion industries, founders (and best friends) Nikki Reed and Staci Inspektor set out to combine their varied experiences and shared passion for hosting.
CONDUCTOR STRIPE COCKTAIL NAPKINS
Atelier Saucier's modern ‘kins (short for napkins), placemats, tea towels + more are as unique as the RSVP list you cultivate.