The red and white checkered tablecloth is perfect especially for a dining room with the country cottage theme. Some people may recall their sweet memories of summer picnic when it spread over a table during meals. For me, it brings back joyful memories of winter holidays because it features snowy and scarlet colors.
Last year I used it one month before Christmas as a type of seasonal centerpiece. Its pattern consisting of alternating squares that makes it look a lot better than a plain vermilion fabric.
If you are planning to make your dining table look a lot better for a special celebration day such as Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day, the third one that comes with heart signs crossed horizontal and vertical lines is the best ideal pick because the heart signs represent love and peacefulness.
Looking a slightly more unique gingham pattern? If so, then you can consider picking this last one because it has alternating cherry borders that will let you have a more vintage feel. You also may consider using it in daily life to add a finishing touch and complete your dining room decoration by matching it with red and white kitchen towels.