Ramadan Collection 2024: Placemats & napkins price in dubai

Placemats & Napkins Price In UAE

Ramadan collection 2024/2025

A set of 6 placemats and 6 napkins price in dubai.

This year, our 2024/2025 Ramadan collection is paying a humble tribute to Palestine. The collection consists of a set of 6 placemats and 6 napkins. The placemats are embellished with four triangle-shaped keffiyeh embroidered patterns. And the napkins draw on symbols of Palestinian hope and resilience-the peace doves, the ripe olives ready for harvest, and the vibrant red peonies-all embroidered on soft cotton fabric.
During this holy month of sharing, let this collection bring solidarity, peace and hope to our Palestinian friends. We are deeply saddened by the situation in Palestine, and we are donating half of the proceeds from our Ramadan collection to UNRWA. a United Nations- based organization that delivers humanitarian aid on the ground in Palestine.

  • 100% Cotton
  • Napkins machine washable
  • Placemats dry clean
  • Made in the UAE
  • International delivery will be added cost 50 dhs


Ramadan Collection

The Ultimate Guide to Colour Combination While Picking Out Home Decor

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A common misconception is that the colours you use in your home have to fit a single colour scheme. But the truth is, colour is all about an expression of what makes you happy. When you combine colours in the right way, you have the power to create a living space that invites joy and happiness into your life. Even the smallest splash of colour can make the biggest difference in a room. A piece of home decor that carries colour adds style and vibrancy and can be that little bit of quirkiness every household needs.

With our guide to colour combination, we’ll take you through what to look out for when picking out home decor and accessories – and how to combine colours to really elevate your living space. We at Bayt Kalthoum Home want to show you that colour combination doesn’t have to be an overwhelming process of decision-making – rather a fun and creative project to get excited about.

There are some rules we have to follow when selecting colours. Of course, colours on their own can look great, but when combining them, we need to be careful that they don’t clash because they don’t quite coordinate. Once you get the hang of these concepts and rules, you’ll be able to combine colours like a professional interior designer.

Colour Combination: Where Do We Begin?

When you play with complementary and contrasting colour concepts, you’ll find that you can combine colours in a way that influences the mood of the room. The first, and most important, step is to figure out how you want to feel when you walk into a space. What do you aim to communicate to your house guests and family members? Is there a particular colour scheme that you’re especially attracted to? Before you start, take some time to establish your preferences and work colour into your decor with these in mind.

Start by browsing pieces of home decor – seeing which ones you are drawn to. Ask yourself what it is about that particular piece you seem to like? If you find that you’re going for similar colours, you’re probably on track to a colour scheme that works for you. When thinking about colours that work well together, there are some concepts to keep in mind and tools you can use – which we’ll go on to tell you about.

Why is Colour Important for Home Decor?

When people come into your home, the colour schemes and accents are what evoke emotion. Colour in your home will determine social aspects like mood and atmosphere. Certain colours encourage conversation – while others can make people feel relaxed and at ease.
Colour also trains the eyes and guides us on where in the room to look. This is when colour accenting is so important, as anyone who is in the room feels orientated in a certain way – depending on the colours you’ve used and how you use them.

The Colour Wheel

The colour wheel is a great universal tool used by interior designers everywhere. It tells us a lot about how colours interact with one another, what colour groups they belong in – and which other colours complement them. Understanding these colour relationships will help massively when it comes to picking out home decor, as it’ll guide you on what colours to go for within your desired colour scheme.
You can look up free colour wheels online or purchase one of your own.

Colour Theory: Achieving Colour Harmony

Colour harmony is the principle that interior designers use to avoid colour schemes looking boring or, the opposite – overly chaotic. One of the ways you can elevate a colour scheme is by using textures and patterns with colours that complement the overall scheme of the room. Let’s say you’re working on a colour combination with blue as the room’s predominant colour. Choosing home decor pieces with patterns of orange and white – or other shades of blue will create visual interest in a desired area of the space. For example, an orange cushion with a fun pattern placed on a white or blue sofa would truly complement a room with a blue wall.


Contrasting colours are a great way to add strong accents and bold statements to home decor. When thinking about how to implement colour contrasts into your space effectively, you need to take a look at the complementary colours on the colour wheel. These colours sit directly opposite each other and look glorious when they’re combined into the same space. The main complementary colour pairs are blue and orange, red and green, and purple and yellow.
If you’re looking for bright and bold colours in your space, contrasting your colours is a stunning way to achieve this.

Is There Such a Thing As ‘Too Much Colour’?

If your colour design achieves consistent colour harmony throughout the space, accents of colour in a room will never be badly received. However, if a room becomes chaotic with colours that don’t combine well, the feeling can be overwhelming and make the room undesirable to be in. The classic saying “the more the merrier” doesn’t necessarily apply to room colour design. Depending on your chosen colours, layout and accent placement, fewer individual colours can sometimes be better to reach your desired effect.

Colour combination ideas

Now you’ve got the knowledge you need to come up with a sublime colour scheme for your home’s colour design, it’s time to start choosing the home decor pieces and accessories that you want in your space. This is the really fun part – and you’ll be able to find some breathtaking items at the Bayt Kalthoum Home online store.

Colour Combination With Blue

Blue adds a serene feeling to a room and is perfect for spaces such as a bedroom, bathroom or kitchen. If you’re thinking about using blue as a base colour and looking for colours to complement it, look for pieces that are orange, lighter or darker shades of blue, green – even textured pieces with white added to them.

For example, if you have blue sheets in the bedroom, combining the decor with orange-coloured cushions is a great way to brighten up the room-colour design. Orange will give you the feeling of sunshine against a backdrop of blue sky – creating a peaceful happy atmosphere. Blue also works well in nautical themes when you use it with neutral colours like beige and white. If you’re using blue in your kitchen, consider accessorising with blue placemats and napkins at the table. This will add depth to any table setting.

Colour Combination With Purple

Purple is a colour that gets people talking! Darker shades of purple create a dramatic, bold atmosphere that naturally draws people into conversations. With its lighter shades, purple conveys a happy and joyful atmosphere into a room – so it’s a great colour choice for anyone wanting to evoke a welcoming feel within a space.

Some colours to consider combining with purple are yellow (purple’s complementary partner), shades of blue, and red. These schemes are intense so you’ll want to consider breaking up solid colours on sofas, walls, or tables with textured pieces. Something like a yellow pillow on a purple sofa will elevate the space to look funky and cool.

Purple is a great colour to have in interior aspects such as curtains, cushions, throws and glassware. It adds a sense of elegance to any setting and is popular with many home-makers.

Colour Combination With Green

Green is a great colour to provide definition to a space. It also combines especially well with red, yellow, blue, and orange – meaning it’s ideal for brighter spaces. You can do a lot with green if you’re planning on working with earthy undertones. Think about the plants you may have in your home – they not only fill a space but convey a more natural, airy look.

If you have relatively neutral furniture, green is a fabulous colour to accessorise with. Place some green scatter cushions on a beige sofa for the perfect pop to a space. Green also works well with floral or forest themes and is a wonderful colour to use in rooms such as bathrooms, bedrooms, lounges and outdoor areas.

What does colour add to your home?

The main purpose of colour is to bring a sense of character, identity and personality to your space – a way to demonstrate your style within your home. When you coordinate colours effectively, any space can be elevated to reflect a mood and atmosphere. Bayt Kalthoum Home’s mission is to bring uniqueness and happiness into your home. With a range of brightly coloured cushions, you can light up any area of your home with a unique, locally produced, sustainable design – that stands the test of time.

Adding colour to your home is an exhilarating process – as is learning how to combine colours in a way that’ll make you feel content and fulfilled. There are loads of ways that you can accessorise your living space with home decor items.

Between the design of interior decor pieces and their colour you can easily demonstrate what you’re all about in your own home – giving it a vibe that you can’t wait to come home to.

How to Choose the Best Decorative Pillows in Dubai

Anyone who lives in Dubai knows that personal style and flair are important – especially in your home. One of the best ways to express your own, personal style is by using throw pillows to add a pop of colour to your living space. With so many colours, sizes, and designs to choose from, it can be hard to know which pillows are the right ones. Here at Bayt Kalthoum Home, we have compiled a short guide on how to choose the best decorative pillows in Dubai. 

Choosing the perfect pillow size

As is the case with anything in the Bayt Kalthoum Home collection, we love colour! But you need to know how much colour to add to certain areas of the home. You can manage colour concentrations through pillow size, which in turn, heavily depends on the type of furniture you plan to put decorative pillows on. Many designers like to work with the rule of three for sofas and beds when choosing pillows in the UAE – grouping three pillows together in each arrangement and drawing inspiration from the colour palette of the room. To give you more of an idea, let’s take a look at the pillow sizes you should be using on different furniture pieces. 

Queen or king size beds

The general rule of thumb is to start with the largest pillows at the back and work towards the front – gradually decreasing the pillow size as you go. For large pieces of furniture such as beds, you can start with pretty big pillows at the back. You should aim for 24 x 24 or 26 x 26 inches. These are just rough dimensions, as you can get different-shaped pillows for an extra bit of flair. Go for three different sizes for each side of the bed and make sure you arrange them from biggest to smallest. 

Twin beds

For twin beds you’ll want to have slightly smaller throw pillows so that they don’t dominate the space. Again, using the rule of three, start with a 20 x 20 inch pillow at the back and arrange two smaller pillows in front of it. Don’t be afraid to play around with different shapes too! 


Although the rule of three works well in most scenarios, for armchairs, you should only have one medium-sized pillow. Rectangular pillows work well with armchairs as they add functionality as well as style, with some extra back support for whoever sits on it. 


Here’s where you can really have fun with decorative pillows. If you have a large sofa, the biggest pillow in your group-of-three arrangement should be around 20 x 20 inches. Then you can play around with smaller sizes and shapes. Aim to have two groups of pillows on your large, corner sofa. For a two-seater sofa, spread three medium-sized pillows across the seat. 

How to find ideal quality pillows in Dubai

There are three things that matter to us most at Bayt Kalthoum Home. Colour, style and quality! The key to owning high-quality throw pillows is knowing what to look for – and where to look for them. 

Boutique vs mass-produced

Bayt Kalthoum Home ensures that all our material is locally sourced and made in Dubai. By doing this, we make sure that our pillows are of the best quality and a real tribute to Dubai and UAE culture. When you want to find top-quality pillows in Dubai, never go for mass-produced pillows from high street shops. 

All about the filling

For the best filling, always try to buy duck down filling. This will give your throw pillow collection the designer look you’re after. Why? Because this filling makes pillows easily ‘choppable’

How to spot quality

Quality is all about the feel of the fabric and how it holds together. Basically, if a pillow looks like it’s about to fall apart, it probably is! It’s also good to look at the stitching around the edges. Avoid red flags like rogue threads, tears, and loose stitches. 

Choosing the best pillow colours

When you shop at Bayt Kalthoum Home, you’ll never be deprived of colour – but incorporating this into your home can seem like a daunting task. The best way to style pillows is according to a colour palette. Pillows should be used to draw the different colours in a room together by accenting pieces of furniture. 

For example, if you have a beige sofa with a blue rug and a wooden coffee table, you should try to choose these colours for your pillows too. Pillows with patterns and interesting textures are also a great way to incorporate the right colours into a specific theme. 

The final tip for pillow colour selection is: don’t be shy! Colour livens up any living space and is a great way to express your style and taste. Colour sets the mood of the room and signals how to move around within it. Accenting certain areas with colourful pillows is a fun way to bring joy into your home. 

How many pillows do I need?

When it comes to your style, you can have as many pillows as you wish in your UAE home. If you want to make a space super cosy and inviting, feel free to go a little crazy. 

For a more refined look, go for the rule of three. Grouping pillows together in threes gives you the freedom to experiment with colour and patterns – while bringing the room together. 

Where to purchase the best pillows in Dubai?

When you look for pillows in the UAE, it’s important that you feel the design is as unique to you as possible. That’s why we recommend looking out for designs from boutique designers or designers that are highly exclusive. However, this can end up costing a lot and it’s certainly not the ideal approach for anyone on a budget.

Online shops like Amazon, Etsy, and Wayfair are some of the best online retailers to get pillows from. When you go to high street shops, all the designs tend to be very similar and they might not have the unique look you’re going for. 

At Bayt Kalthoum Home we want to ensure that those living in the UAE have access to the colour and style they need. We love nothing more than incorporating the essence of Dubai culture into people’s homes, without breaking the bank. Come see for yourself.