Belgian Linen… As Seen At NY NOW

The recent NY Now show in New York’s Jacob Javits Center ushered in February competing with the Superbowl and New York City’s first snowstorm of the season, but the show went on undaunted and we are so glad it did. It was great to see Belgian Linen so proudly represented by companies like The Artist’s Table; K Studio; Rule of Three; John Derian; Eselle Collection; Julian Chichester; Two Girls in Avignon; V Rugs & Home and so many others. Libeco Home was on hand to present their new collections, and they were stunning. Here are some photos of what we got to see.

Libeco Home


Left, the Sag Harbor Stripe Bed; Right, Heritage White bed, with arrow-stitched accented shams.



Left Table: Long Island with Sisco Catchall Napkins;          Right Table: Sag Harbor Table


Amagansett Scarves and Sag Harbor Cosmetic Bag Sets

        The Artist’s Table

The Artist’s Table looked great for their showing at NY Now.



K Studio

We always like to see the new product that K Studio has created – beautiful in their quirkiness.



Rule of Three

It’s always exciting to see the new designs from Rule of Three.



We loved seeing the diversity in the use and design of Belgian Linen – amazing prints and beautiful product. We hope you’re as impressed as we were. This was just a very small taste; be sure to visit the Libeco Home website, and those mentioned here for more designs and inspiration. Join our conversation about Belgian Linen with #BelgianLinen.

The Belgian Linentm Shield and Trademark was created around 1960 to promote high quality linen. It is exclusively available for for those fabrics/trimming which are woven in Belgium. It is a guarantee that the fabrics you are buying are woven in Belgium and have passed stringent quality tests.



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