Rows and rows of tiny cambric ruffles are sewn onto this boudoir. As fun and romantic as it is durable, it only gets better with every wash.
In 1922, James Taylor started importing damask linens from Ireland, setting up a modest, but successful, shop. Seventy-five years later, his entrepreneurial spirit and love of textiles inspired his great niece, Lynne Taylor, to begin designing and importing her own linens. Today, Taylor Linens remains a family affair with Lynne, her sister Debra, and her nieces, Julie and Alison, all helping to make this little company a huge success.