A humorously designed napkin holder, with a brave matador on one side and a raging bull on the other, with napkins (preferably red!) instead of the red cloth.
The cool Dripping Napkin Holder from Artori Design is the one napkin holder that you'll actually want to put on display. Just place different colored napkins in this unique metal napkin holder and the drip-shaped laser cuts create a fun illusion. Use red napkins for dripping blood, green for slime, blue for water, black for oil, white for, hmm, glue.
So cute! Simply put some napkins in the sailboat-shaped wooden holder; you're actually building your own boat on the table.
Her name is Servietta and she is a napkin holder made in Switzerland sometime in the 1950s. Look how the napkins make up her skirt, and she is the perfect "conversation piece" at any dinner party.
This little guy holds your napkins, gets laughs every time, and will brighten the table for you and those around.
An original use of a national symbol that is both simple and elegant. When placing any standard folded napkins in it, the Star of David appears very clearly and beautifully. This napkin holder was designed in Israel.
The fun and functional Buddy paper napkin holder by Alan Wisniewski, for Umbra, keeps napkins handy and tidy in the kitchen, at the bar or on the table.
Perfect for the beach cottage look.
Lego Brooklyn Bridge napkin holder.
Kim Katinis from Greece has designed this stylish napkin holder. Made with shiny silver, it embraces the napkin, allowing it to stand gracefully on the table. It remains a center of attraction on the table even when it stands alone.
Full castle napkin, and salt and pepper holder made from plastic canvas.
An elegant accent for a contemporary kitchen, this napkin holder rests on a table so guests can help themselves to what they need. Made of gorgeous satin-finish stainless-steel, the holder has an arm that lifts to take a napkin or refill the stack.