Hen House Linens to add fall patterns, introduces napkin rings
Retail Editor 3 -- Home Textiles Today, July 2, 2012
Severna Park, Md. - Hen House Linens, a line of casual table linens and home accessories, will add four new fall-inspired patterns to its collection that will be available at the end of the summer. The company has also introduced 100% cotton napkin rings.
Founded in 2007 by North Carolina native Jenny Davis, the company offers everything from napkins, placemats, tablecloths to potholders, pillows and aprons. With a focus on durability and mix and match style, styles are made to be used every day and are machine washable. Items are available online through the company's website and at select retailers.
New pattern offerings for fall 2012 include gracious chocolate, bold stripe chocolate, latticework ocean and linked-up ivy, bringing its pattern stable up to 31.
The company's new napkin rings are made of 100% cotton and available in select prints from the company's roster. Available in sets of four for $24, the ring is a single piece , and the size of the opening can be adjusted by tightening or loosening the knot.
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