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Underfull Tablecloth Encourages Spilling

Underfull Tablecloth (Images courtesy Kristine Bjaadal)
By Andrew Liszewski

Thanks to the Underfull tablecloth designed by Kristine Bjaadal, you won’t have to freak out the next time a dinner guest spills red wine at the table. The tablecloth has a traditional white floral woven damask pattern, but when a contrasting liquid is spilled on it a hidden pattern of butterflies is revealed, turning an unfortunate accident into a positive experience for everyone at the table.

And it’s not the end of the world if certain stains, like red wine, don’t completely wash out either, because the color traces will still look like butterflies, making it seem like part of the tablecloth’s design. While the Underfull is still just a concept at this time, according to Design Milk Kristine is actually working on getting it into production.

[ Kristine Bjaadal - Underfull Tablecloth ] VIA [ Design Milk ]








  • franco1975

    This will drive my OCD up the wall because the stain is not centered!!

  • EspritOuvert

    It's a pretty stain, but still a stain.
    I prefer my stain resistant tablecloth. It doesn't absorb liquids, so if there is a spill, it just glides over the surface. Pretty neat

  • http://fastforwardacademy.com/index-page-irs-enrolled-agent-exam-course.htm enrolled agent study guide

    This is a horrible idea for anyone with toddlers– it basically teaches them that it's okay to spill.

    Moreover, a stain is a stain, no matter how pretty it is. I've got a chocolate stain in the shape of a heart on a white turtleneck sweater of mine– doesn't make the sweater prettier, I promise.

  • Jessicat

    I do agree with the others, especially the part about toddlers, bad influence. Then again this also could go in reverse, in making guest not feel absolutely horrible about spilling something.

  • Jessicat

    I do agree with the others, especially the part about toddlers, bad influence. Then again this also could go in reverse, in making guest not feel absolutely horrible about spilling something.