Transition into Trans-seasonal Linen
All good things must come to an end sometime, so as we say good bye to Summer we say hello to Autumn and the cooler months. I don't know about you but I really enjoy the 'shoulder' seasons of Autumn and Spring. Not only is the temperature more mild, it also allows you to mix and match your wardrobe and your interiors with warmer or cooler pieces depending on the day.
If you find it a bit of challenge to know when to bring out your heavier throws and bedding, then let me share a secret with you. Linen
Most of us think linen is a summer fabric because we think clothing, when it comes to other uses, such as bedding, it is far more versatile.
Linen is stronger and more durable than cotton and is also one of the few textiles that is stronger wet than dry. If you have ever been somewhere with high humidity or very hot, wearing linen, you will know that linen is also highly absorbent. My last linen fact is that the more linen is washed, the softer to touch it becomes.
Nash Homewares love linen
Nash is a new business who have burst onto the scene in Sydney and have just launched an online store shipping to all over Australia. With high standards regarding quality fabric and an eye for detail Nash is building a strong following.
The first signature product that Nash has launched is the Vör tea towel. The Scandi inspired range is named after the Nordic Gods and Goddesses, Vör is the Nordic Goddess of wisdom.
The linen is pre-washed which means it is not only softer in texture but also has great absorbency.
What I love about the range is that it fits right in with all the current trends and colours. The range features a variety of beautiful colours that are all detailed with their signature red stitching and a brass or gold ring (depending on the linen colour).
Visit the Nash website for information on Stockists or you can shop online at http://www.nashhome.com.au and receive Free Delivery Australia wide for the month of February.