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10 Ways to Use Linen in Your Home All Season Long

June 30, 2017

It's the official fabric of the summer.

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Photo: Marija Vidal. From: Anastasia Faiella.

Window Curtains

Whether you’re looking to avert attention from a not so great view or you want to enhance the swoon-worthy landscape you happen to have, new window treatments will do wonders for any home. Opting for a linen curtain or shade is a great choice if you want your space to be bright and airy during these sunshine filled days of summer — the light fabric won’t block those precious rays. They’re also a stylish alternative to standard curtains that add a laidback and inviting vibe to your space.

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Headboards are a great way to finish off the look of your bedroom and make it feel like a total oasis. While there are a variety of options when it comes to choosing the perfect backdrop to your bed, a linen version is a must-see for anybody looking to spruce up their sleeping quarters. Get ready for the most relaxing sleep of your life.

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Photo: Paul Richer. From: Tawna Allred.


Everyone deserves a bed that mimics the quaint style of a seaside bed and breakfast. Linen bedding is the best way to transform an ordinary bedroom into an elevated space that you’ll fall in love with over and over again. Linen sheets and pillowcases have tons of added benefits, too. From their breathable fibers to their anti-allergy qualities, linen makes drifting off into a deep sleep easier than ever.

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Photo: Von Poll Immobilien, a member of Luxury Portfolio International. From: Von Poll Immobilien.


With summer in full swing, dinner parties and weekend gatherings are once again a regular occurrence. Show your tablescape a little extra love this season with the help of a lightweight tablecloth that will complement any serveware that’s set on top of it. If you’re nervous about food or, ahem wine stains, grab a darker shade linen to avoid a splattered fiasco.

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