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Blossom Linen Napkin in White & Pink
Blossom Linen Napkin in White & Pink
Blossom Linen Napkin in White & Pink
Blossom Linen Napkin in White & Pink

Blossom Linen Napkin in White & Pink

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Blossom’ - our dedication to the blossom-lined streets of Notting Hill that surround and inspire us every Spring. 

A beautiful blossom print in powder pink and chalky white adorns this 100% linen napkinA perfect design to wistfully whisk you and your guests to that singular time of year when hope and renewal reign. 

Matching napkins are available to effortlessly coordinate your Spring-infused table. 

 

A little message about our printed linens…

Linen is much loved for its natural and irregular look. We’ve developed techniques in our manufacturing process to relax and soften the textured surface of the fabric, meaning your tablecloth and napkins may feature some small white spots and areas of fading on its printed surface. These irregularities are normal and make each item entirely unique.  


Wash at up to 60 degrees on a regular cycle (avoid “eco” or longer cycles).
Never soak for longer than 10 minutes and avoid using Vanish and other whitening products.
Tumble dry at 70 degrees for a soft effect, and 90 degrees for a more crushed finish.
We don't recommend ironing the full napkin in order to keep the linen’s lovely crumpled texture intact, but we do like to iron the edges to give it a sharper edge.

50cm x 50cm


The Story

Designed to capture that moment in time when the biting cold and dark, baThis delicate floral design is our dedication to the blossom-lined streets of Notting Hill that surround and inspire us every Spring. Designed to capture that moment in time, when the biting cold and dark, bare branches of winter bud and give way to delicate clouds of soft and ethereal pink. ‘Blossom’ is a romantic rendition to usher in the first glimpses of a new season and to welcome guests around the table.re branches of winter bud and give way to delicate clouds of soft and ethereal pink. Our Blossom design is a romantic rendition to usher in the first glimpses of a new season and to welcome guests around the table.