When setting up an outdoor table, one detail we often encounter is ensuring that the tablecloth doesn't whip around in the wind. Earlier in the week, we took a look at the fitted tablecloth as one possible solution. Here are four examples of one other idea, the tablecloth weight:
• 1 From Martha Stewart, this is a homemade corner tassel crafted from fishing weights and raffia.
• 2 One more weight made up of a small, hanging flower arrangement clipped to the tablecloth.
• 3 Knotted weights in a nautical style, much like this doorstop.
• 4 If you use a long, relatively heavy burlap tablecloth for outdoor dining, it's less likely to go anywhere than a light cotton one.
Related: Survey: When Do You Use a Tablecloth?
(Images: KATE SEARS/Martha Stewart, Country Living, Katie Brown, Keith Scott Morton/Country Living)