Cheerful summer napkins

Duni Summer collection

In the summer, most of your guests will want to sit on the terrace. As a professional, you do not want to make any compromises outside when it comes to setting your table and decorating. Duni products will help you with that.

For more than 50 years, Duni has been a partner of gastronomy and the hotel industry. That speaks volumes about the high quality that you can rely on every time. The Duni summer collection offers you this quality in colourful patterns and solid-coloured products. From the tablecloth to napkins all the way to candles, you will find everything that you need in order to decorate indoors and out in a summery and inviting way.

The summer sun awakens our desire for lively colours that foster our good mood. Even the food itself needs colourful decoration – pastel colours have nothing against deep red tomatoes, juicy green lettuce and crisp brown meat from the grill. Subtle colours that appear to be fresh and suitable in the spring time now appear to be too subtle for us. Professional decorators know that and take it into account.
Everything unified


If there isn’t good weather outside, the table decoration even inside should continue the colour concept outdoors, so that everything seems to be unified

Inside as well as outside, tablecloths, placemats and napkins are not just an important, summery spot of colour. They protect tables, plates and cutlery. They also soften noises and, in doing so, decisively play a role in a pleasant atmosphere in which your guests feel comfortable.

Products from Duni are colour-coordinated, so an attractive ambience can be created quickly and easily. Even after their use, Duni saves you time and, therefore, money. There is no tedious laundry care – yet at any time, you still have fresh, clean table linens on hand for your guests!

That is good for the environment: the solid-colour range from Duni is compostable. In addition, many Duni candles bear the Nordic Ecolabel, which guarantees the highest respect for the environment and the climate.