Linge Particulier is French designed and made in Europe with French flax. The washed linen comes in a range of soft shades and strong colours that perfectly complement our porcelain collection.
As well as looking great, Linge Particulier kitchen linen is biodegradable and produced without using bleaches or harmful dyes.
Whether setting the table for one or more, Linge Particulier linen evokes a simple elegance. Their linen napkins, dishtowels and fringed placemats add a subtle yet sophisticated tone to any dining experience.
Pictured: Mud Australia Dinner Plate, Pebble Bowl Medium, Noodle Bowl Cereal, Flared Bowl Extra Large, Paris Platter, Linge Particulier Napkin, Mourne Placemat and Cutipol Cutlery. Photography by Petrina Tinslay.
Originally introduced in 1951 and designed by Norwegian textile designer Gerd Hay-Edie, Mourne placemats share a story of timeless design and craft.
Working throughout the 20th Century her legacy in the world of woven textiles is now being carried on by her family through Mourne Textiles. The family-owned business continues to produce her original designs – using traditional hand-loom techniques in the foothills of the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland.
The Mourne Placemat is woven from a durable blend of wool, linen and cotton.