Sin in Linen to debut Pirates and Pin-ups

Seattle – With the tagline “Try something new in bed!” Sin in Linen will debut bedding ensembles featuring retro pin-up art and tattoo motifs at the New York Home Textiles Show, Aug. 13-16, at the Metropolitan Pavilion on W. 18th St.

Entrepreneur Sandy Glaze, in partnership with her mother, Iris, said, “Consumers who are drawn to the punk rock aesthetic are growing up. They are purchasing homes and becoming a buying force in the marketplace. These designs and products have been well received in our current markets and we are looking to expand.”

The newest line, Pirates and Pin-ups, will be offered in 100% cotton sateen printed sheet sets, duvet covers, shams, coverlets and throw pillows.

Formerly a West Coast multimedia producer, Glaze currently offers Sin in Linen products through several dozen specialty retailers and online, at

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