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03/05/2017
Time to change the sheets.

Words by

George Tzintzis

Winter’s here. Not really, but it feels like it. So much so, we’re getting out the flannelette sheets, ready to go into hibernation.

And we might just take some of Linen House’s new collection with us.

Introducing the brand’s Winter 2017 collection, which embraces cosy styles and minimal designs to transform any space into a dreamy sanctuary.

The new range introduces tribal textures and patterns, featuring embroidery, natural rustic weaving, quilting, faux furs, velvets, knits and more. There’s also a selection of bohemian-style decorative baskets, which were handmade in Rwanda.

To complement, Linen House’s signature pure linen range is also included, with art-inspired abstract prints and quilted geometrics in neutral colours.

linenhouse.com.au

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