07/12/2016
Inspired by Sicily.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Nothing makes us tingle with excitement the way new homewares and bedding does. And we got goosebumps when we heard of Collette Dinnigan’s new collab with Linen House.

The first linen collection for the designer sees her draw inspiration from antique textiles and French fabrics. It features a solely blue and white palette, and includes three linen sets made from 300-thread count cotton percale.

“I have used only quality cotton for the collection and created a design that is both feminine and crisp, with a hint of bohemian style,” Colette said of the line.

“The embroidery is beautifully crafted, with the cross stitching inspired by my time in Sicily, Italy.”

The collection will be available online and at selected retailers from January.

linenhouse.com.au

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