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A Selection of our Customers


  • Reasons Why Signature Table Linen saves you money

    At Richard Haworth, we do far more for our clients than just sell them tablecloths and linens. Established in 1876, we have long been committed to helping our business associates grow and expand, and a recent study has confirmed that we do exactly that, by saving them up to £31,000 per year.


    This independent research showed that by taking advantage of our exceptional prices, a typical 500-room hotel could save more than £31,000 annually, just by using our table linens.How? Because of the quality and cleverness of our designs. Not only competitively costed, but also able to be washed at below average temperatures, those who use them can benefit from lower energy bills as well as reduced energy usage. Continue reading

  • Take That Fans Can 'Relight Their Fire' at Delamere Manor!

    Richard Haworth are delighted to have been part of the sensational make-over of Cheshire’s Delamere Manor, providing the newly unveiled wedding venue with our beautiful boutique linens and bedding.

    The stunning Delamere Manor, originally built for the powerful Wilbraham family who were major landowners in Cheshire for centuries, has only had a few owners, including its most famous former resident, Take That’s Gary Barlow. Continue reading

  • Summer Style Guide 2014 - In the Restaurant

    In the Restaurant: Seasonal & Stylish


    Dress to impress in your restaurant this summer with these simple details that will turn your year-round dining room into a summertime oasis. Update your look with a refreshing seasonal twist and this season’s colour trends. Balance classic whites with accent pieces and some stylish essentials, accented with crisp linens and seasonal blooms for an instant style update.




    The clean lines and simple elegance of fresh, white linen is the perfect place to start when overhauling your restaurant’s look. Continue reading

  • How to wash & maintain Tablecloths fit for a restuarant

    A room full of tablecloth-covered tables in a restaurant really does signify a touch of class. Crisp tablecloths and napkins that are pristine and white gives an instant impression of a professional establishment and helps draw passing trade into a restaurant. Table linen of course can be expensive but this is one area when skimping on price is definitely not a good idea. High-quality tablecloths will last longer and will be easier to take care of than cheaper options. It is also important of course to treat your table linen carefully and make sure it is laundered properly. White tablecloths and napkins that look fine from a distance but reveal themselves to be grubby and stained upon closer inspection may persuade that restaurant's clientele to decide against making a return visit. Continue reading

  • Late license for royal wedding weekend

    Encouraging tourism

    The royal wedding has already been touted as a great thing for British tourism. Millions are set to flock to the UK to join the celebrations, spelling good news for hotels, restaurants, and related trades such as providers of transport and hospitality supplies. Now, it seems those celebrations are being encouraged by the government, as MPs are set to permit late licenses for pubs and bars across the country. Prince William and Kate Middleton will tie the knot at Westminster Abbey on Friday, April 29 2011. Continue reading

  • Can even wedding napkins help couples express themselves?

    Can even wedding napkins help couples express themselves?

    Choosing a wedding theme can be a great way for couples to express themselves on their big day, it has been claimed.

    From designing the flowers and cake, to picking wedding napkins and tablecloths that fit into the specified colour scheme, Helen Webster, editor of Perfect Wedding, said it is important for brides and grooms to be able to add individuality to their celebrations. Continue reading

  • Brides 'could pin lottery tickets to wedding napkins'

    Brides 'could pin lottery tickets to wedding napkins'

    Couples planning to get hitched are increasingly open to ideas beyond the traditional when it comes to wedding favours.

    According to Darren Noel, commercial director,, one idea which is proving to be "really popular" is to wrap up or pin lottery tickets to wedding napkins to act as the favour given to guests at the dinner table.

    "They are often bought a week in advance, so that the best man can read out the numbers as part of his speech. The couple then often get any winnings given back to them as well," Mr Noel explained. Continue reading

  • Stay on trend with purple wedding napkins

    Stay on trend with purple wedding napkins

    Hotel owners who add to their revenue by renting out the space for weddings could help to ease the strain on couple by offering them some advice on what decor to choose for the reception that is sure to be on-trend.

    Indeed, when it comes to planning the table decor, hotel staff could be a particular help by drawing on their own experience, while in terms of emerging trends, purple wedding napkins look set to be popular. Continue reading

  • Choosing hotel supplies and offers to entice brides

    Choosing hotel supplies and offers to entice brides

    Hotels where a chunk of the overall revenue comes from hosting wedding receptions may wish to do more to encourage couples to hold their special day at the facilities, particularly now the credit crunch is prompting more people to cut back.

    Whether they offer would-be brides and grooms the option of picking out the hotel supplies that best suit their budgets, or allow them to pick and choose the parts of wedding packages that most meet their needs, there could be plenty of ways for hotel owners to accommodate couples. Continue reading

  • Wedding napkins at the ready for cupcake tasting

    Wedding napkins at the ready for cupcake tasting

    Rather than the traditional three-tiered fruit wedding cake, cupcakes could be considered as a fun alternative by brides on a budget, it has been claimed.

    Indeed, wrapping individual cup cakes in wedding napkins could make a change from dicing up one large cake and allowing guests to help themselves.

    Baiju Patel, director of Cupcake Avenue, said cup cakes have "licked off" in terms of popularity over the past five years, describing the trend - which has always been popular in the US - as "crazy". Continue reading

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