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The Art of Doing Stuff

Karen Bertelsen is a woman after my own heart - ingenious, witty, and not afraid to get her hands dirty! The Art of Doing Stuff is full of projects and clever ideas - enough to keep you very, very busy! She’s been a champion for our pinafores, robes, and tea towels, and we even made a proving cloth just for her - available for purchase on her website.

See what she’s up to now at

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Eye Swoon

Interior designer, home chef and entertaining expert, Athena Calderone created Eyeswoon as a place to showcase her many creative pursuits. She hangs out with the cool-kids, and we’re honored to have our linens in attendance at the beautiful parties she hosts.

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Adventures in Cooking

Eva won us over immediately with her rich, earthy aesthetic, authentic recipes, and gorgeous photography. When she wanted to collaborate on a breakfast in bed post for her blog Adventures in Cooking, we were all in! She puts our linens to work in the kitchen, and for styling her mouth-watering Instagram feed.

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Kim Klassen

Kim is a creative still life stylist and photographer based in Manitoba, Canada. She loves using our linens for their rich texture and subtle colours, and graciously shares the world with us through her eyes.

Take a look at her work at, or follow her on Instagram @kimklassen

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County Road Living

Angie Wendricks of @countyroadliving lives in a tiny house in Indiana. We, like so many others, fell in love with her Instagram images documenting their simple, prairie lifestyle in a spare and utterly refreshing home. Angie loves her Rough Linen duvet and pinafore, and has featured us many times in her images.

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Sweet Elle

Sweet Elle of Gardena, CA is an artisanal furniture maker with a classic English style. Creator Lisa Faulkner, is a Brit like me, and since our products went so naturally together, a friendship was inevitable. After all, handcrafted beds like hers deserve beautiful linens, and our linens call for beautiful beds.

Take a look at her furniture at