Want to see what we’ve been up to in the Big Apple? Yep, LinenMe has been on the move again. This time we were exhibiting at the NYNOW show in one of our favourite cities. It’s a hard job, but someone’s got to do it.
Here’s a day in the New York life of LinenMe’s intrepid Inga:
It’s the most important meal of the day, right? So Inga heads to Le Pain Quotidien for some sustenance to keep her going throughout the show. She loves the simple, sustainable food and super delicious bread. Who could resist these beauties?
Time to catch up on some admin in the dim-lit cool of New York’s Public Library. Even work feels like play when you’re in an iconic building like this, a symbol of the ideal of free access to knowledge and home to 53 million items.
Then off to the show, meeting retailers and buyers, discussing trends in interior design and fabric production, sampling the delights of other stalls and making important business connections. The NYNOW show is one of the biggest home, lifestyle and gift shows, in a city that is the epicentre of design. The place is packed with design-driven products, innovative exhibitors and brands, and the buzz of people trying to spot the next great idea. It’s a stimulating place to be, and we are proud to be displaying our LinenMe linen products in all their glory for the 13th year here. Inga is especially excited to be launching some of our new products: here’s a sneak peek at these gorgeous new shades (marine blue, spa green and steel grey) for bedlinen, waffle throws and bath towels. These are sure to banish any winter gloom and keep your interior looking current and stylish. Coming to the website soon!
This may be the city that never sleeps, but we have to. On her way home Inga stops to take in the stunning sunset over Brooklyn Bridge, and grabs some pretty mean snaps on her way to bed. The perfect way to unwind and clear her head after all the excitement of the day. Ah, New York we can totally see how you have captured so many hearts.
Next stop, Paris… I know. Sorry.
For more on LinenMe’s adventures in design overseas, click here.