Julia B Launches Luxury Line with Vintage Looks

STAMFORD, CONN. - Handmade luxury linen house Julia B is launching a new line of vintage-inspired bedding using high-end color linens from Ireland.
     The new program spans 11 vintage-inspired designs, each one customizable with 23 vibrant color choices.
     "We are excited to be part of a new generation of entrepreneurial companies that could not have existed a few short years ago, creating new and important possibilities" said designer Julia Low. "Our new range exemplifies the high quality and style accessible through the important partnerships we have established."
     Other customization options offered for the program includes fine embroidery and monogramming this available through Julie B's "strong relationships with women-led businesses in Vietnam and Madagascar, renowned for producing the finest craftsmanship in the world," the company noted. Customers can order up to three-letter monogram choices, along with a multitude of different color threads.
     Establishing the company in 2008, Low set-out to create relationships with suppliers around the world who shared her "vision and commitment to empowering women through global entrepreneurship," she said. This approach, she added, allows her to offer an exclusive line of custom linen products "with clean designs and exquisite quality at an accessible price."

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