I opened my inbox yesterday morning to find an email telling me that lovely Japanese linen brand Fog Linen Work, have now launched a new collection for Spring. Is there anything more poetic and equally necessesary than the idea of refreshing your linens for Spring!
Fog Linen Work is a pared back bath, kitchen, clothing and home linens collection inspired by traditional Japanese Linens. Carrying items like smoky grey waffle bath towels made from raw linen that gets softer and more absorbent with every wash, super soft heather coloured chambray blankets Buy Cialis and heavenly natural linen pillowcases, this is the stuff dream linen closets are made of.
Once only available in Japan and hard to track stores around the US – the brand very recently launched Shop Fog Linen a well stocked online store for fans outside of Japan. Yipee!
The prices aren’t crushing but they aren’t cheap – the lovely grey duvet cover in the first image comes in at $285.00 (around £175) but for something that you put against your body every night of your life – this every day luxury is worth every penny.
Author: Rohini Wahi
Rohini is a London based freelance journalist and trend forecaster for the design industries. She has worked for Elle Decoration, Living Etc, Houzz and Design Sponge amongst others.
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