One of our favourite linen producers and designers is LinenMe, the Lithuanian company that specialises in ‘affordable luxury’. We were thrilled to hear about their adventures in the Big Apple at NYNOW, one of the most prestigious home, handmade and lifestyle design shows in the world.
Let’s follow LinenMe’s Inga for a day in her New York life:
Miami has risen like a sleekly designed, brightly coloured phoenix from the ashes of economic decline to become a city that is at the centre of cutting edge design and architecture in the USA. Once a manufacturing base and a vacation destination for rich travelers in the 1920s and 30s, Miami has infused its industrial heritage with a rich Cuban cultural influence and now attracts a wealth of industry leaders in the worlds of art, fashion, design, architecture and food.
Recently, Miami hosted the prestigious Maison & Objet Americas exhibition, which showcases leading innovators in interior and product design from across the globe. From Lithuanian linen to exquisite Czech glass collections, exhibitors came to this vibrant city to display their products and be part of this buzzing creative community.
LinenMe – supplier of high quality 100% linen home textiles, took part in this year’s Spirit of Christmas Fair, held in London’s Kensington Olympia. For five days visitors had a chance to explore the vast range of linen napkins, tablecloths, cushion covers and handmade linen brooches, as well as have a chat with the people behind the LinenMe brand. It turns out not many visitors imagined where LinenMe products are made.
To read more about this event please visit the newly launched LinenMe News section.