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November 11, 2016

There is nothing more satisfying as a maker and retailer of beautiful linens than to see your stock in pride of place on the shelves of a prestigious department store. We are super-excited that LinenMe products are now available in the stunning Galeries Lafayette shop in Paris! Here are some of our linen tea towels lighting up one of the kitchen sections.

LinenMe Galerries Lafayette

The store is home to a vast array of designer clothes, beauty products and homewares. Our products sit alongside the likes of Ralph Lauren, Le Creuset and Lagostina. So if you are in Paris, get yourself along to Galeries Lafayette and indulge in some serious shopping.

The flagship Paris shop is situated on the Boulevard Haussman in the 9th arrondissement and sells products by over 2500 brands. It is a popular stop for tourists and locals alike, whether browsing the luxury items or just drinking in the atmosphere of the historic building, with its stunning atrium and magnificent dome.

cristian bortes via wikicommons

The stock is carefully curated to offer both high end and affordable top quality items. You could easily spend an entire day here - if you are planning a visit prepare to be enchanted. And if looking around the shop is not enough, there are amazing views across Paris, like this roofscape looking over to Montmartre.

clement chene

Here's our shopping wishlist for a trip to Galeries Lafayette:

If you can't get to Paris, don't despair. You can still stock up on our range of kitchen and table linens via our website. From simple tea towels to clever kitchen storage we can help you freshen up your kitchen in time for the holiday season. Because, let's face it, you're going to be spending a looooot of time in there. Think durable tea towels for all the clearing up, pretty napkins for Christmas feasts, gorgeous tablecloths to create the perfect backdrop for a celebration and nifty linen bags to store any unsightly kitchen clutter. Bon achat mes amis!


To find out more about LinenMe's adventures overseas, check out this post.


(Images source: Wikicommons, by Cristian Bortes and Clement Chene)

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