Timothy Paul Bedding Hosts Home and Design Event


We’re always excited to talk about events that feature Belgian linen, and Timothy Paul Bedding recently held a fantastic one. Libeco Home was fortunate enough to join our partner Timothy Paul Bedding, at their “Home and Design Weekend” event at the end of April. Hosted by Washington Fine Properties, it encompassed 15 home décor merchants in the 14th Street neighborhood. Timothy Paul Bedding hosted a lively discussion about how to dress a luxurious bed, given by their in house bedding expert Grace Gottlieb.

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Sahara and Kalahari Bed, at Timothy Paul Bedding, Washington, DC.


Sisco and Napoli Vintage blanket in Fog, at Timothy Paul Bedding, in Washington, DC.

Libeco Home’s National Sales Director, Ed Reisert, had the honors of discussing the beauty of Belgian linen bedding as a great alternative to the other sheeting options available. The discussion ended in a talk by their in house rug expert, Jeremiah Stapleton, on how to use area rugs to add to the bedroom’s comfort and visual impact.


Ed Reisert tells the story of Belgian Linen.


The crowd thoroughly enjoyed the discussion, with many there needing to make their own bedding decisions, so really appreciated the information. More than one happy visitor left having decided that Belgian linen would be their best option for a restful night’s sleep. Here’s to a lovely time with an incredible retailer working with fabulous customers!

Belgian Linentm represents the hundreds of years of artisan workmanship in creating the finest linen in the world. When you see the Belgian Linentm symbol, you can rest assured that you are buying quality unsurpassed. Look for it when shopping for linen products.


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