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Fabrics & Linens: New House Textiles

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Fabrics & Linens: New House Textiles

Francesca Connolly May 26, 2009

One of our favorite iconic summer prints is Herring, designed by Marianne Nilsson in the 1950s. UK company New House Textiles recently reintroduced Herring—as well as a selection of midcentury Scandinavian designs—for their new Homewares Collection (they ship worldwide).

Above: Linen/cotton Herring Tablecloth; £45.

Above: Linen/cotton Herring Napkin; £5.50.

Above: Large Herring Rectangular Tray; £20.

Above: Cotton/linen Herring Table Runner; £19.

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