Linen sheets are cool to the touch on hot summer nights. In the heat of Texas summers, my linen sheets make the night just a little bit cooler.
To be ensconced under a linen-covered duvet is my idea of luxury. Add a great book, and I’m in heaven.
The rustic feel of linen makes these napkins scrumptious. My mother-in-law once scoffed at any nonlinen napkins.
Linen makes for such an elegant party setting, and this homespun-like linen is simply beautiful.
Linen-covered boxes make for beautiful, elegant storage. I wouldn’t mind leaving these out for everyone to see.
A linen window shade looks elegant and relaxed at the same time.
This chair has a classic elegance to it, which the linen fabric only enhances.
Button-closure pillows have a quiet elegance, and these would add a pop of color.
I work a lot with vintage grain sacks, and this reproduction is spot-on.
I rarely see linen throws, but I love the idea. They speak of luxury and simpler times.
I know I’ve covered this already, but anything linen with a monogram is a must-have.
This linen-covered chair has a soft, elegant look and would work beautifully in a traditional room.
You just can’t have too many pillows, and these knife-edge ones are classic and simple.
Its coolness against the skin and crumpled look make linen my go-to fabric for bed pillows.
These throws are made from thickly spun linen yarns, giving them a knit feel.
I don’t use coffee tables in my home. But because I so love to put my feet up, I have a linen-covered ottoman.