At 31 Chapel Lane, online purveyors of Irish linen and tweed, shopkeepers Damien Hanningan and Joy Fu like to encourage “the laying of Sunday linen on the midweek table.” We’re with them: in addition to being better for the environment, cloth elevates every meal. Based in Cavan, Ireland, 31 Chapel Lane sources its materials from Irish Linen Guildâ€“approved mills; its napkins are 100 percent organic Irish linen.
Photographs by Rincy Koshy. Styling by Ciara Oâ€™Halloran.
Above: With its crisp red-and-white check, the Sorrento Irish Linen Napkin has a bistro charm; â‚¬13 each or â‚¬75 for a set of six.
Above: The Florence Irish Linen Napkin is in a blue plaid; â‚¬13 each or â‚¬75 for a set of six.
Above: The Belton Irish Linen Napkin (top and third layers) comes in brown and navy, and is good for mixing with other patterns; â‚¬13 each or â‚¬75 for a set of six.
See more options from 31 Chapel Lane in our post Farm to Table: Graphic Linens from Ireland. For classic Irish style have a look at Required Reading: Essentially Irish by Josephine Ryan. And on Gardenista, quench your summer thirst with A Family Recipe for Elderflower Cordial via Dublin.
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