We are launching our new feature “As seen at the show…” as a way of showing those products we see at shows that inspire us. New York City’s Jacob Javits Center buzzed last week as the NY NOW gift show was in full swing. There were thousands of companies on hand to display their products, and we were excited to see so many companies who use Belgian Linen in their lines. Here are some that stood out for us.
Libeco Home displayed their new fall collections: Surry Hills; Grain Hall; Brick Lane; and Granville in tabletop, bedding and accessories.
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Ankasa is a master of beautiful embroidery on Belgian Linen. We love their work.
Click here for more information about Ankasa International.
The folks at Design Legacy are doing very interesting things with Belgian Linen. After creative beautiful abstract artwork, they use Belgian Linen to make pillows that coordinate in color and pattern.
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The ladies of K Studio have increased their product line of stitched Belgian Linen, introducing more color and some ceramics.
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Rule of Three
New to the show, we were excited to see the beautiful patterns that they print exclusively on Belgian Linen and silk.
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Two Girls in Avignon
Their striped and monogrammed pillows made of Belgian Linen make a warm and beautiful accessory to any room.
Click here to find out more information about Two Girls in Avignon.
V Rugs & Home
V Rugs & Home continues to impress us with the range of products they create using Belgian Linen. This show, they have added throw blankets to their lines of pillows and ottomans.
Click here for more information about V Rugs & Home.
We hope you were as impressed as we were by what you saw here. Take a look at their websites to find out more about their product, and don’t forget to keep the conversation going about Belgian Linen. Post #BelgianLinen when you see something that impresses you.
The Belgian Linentm Shield represents the hundreds of years of artisan workmanship in creating the finest linen in the world. When you see this Belgian Linentm symbol, you can rest assured that you are buying quality unsurpassed. Look for it when shopping for linen products.