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Fabrics & Linens: Bainbridge Blues Textiles

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Fabrics & Linens: Bainbridge Blues Textiles

Janet Hall November 16, 2009

"Buy classic, buy quality, buy less, live simply, live well." That’s the tagline of Bainbridge Blues, founded by a trio of women with a history in the interior design and retail business.  Designed on Bainbridge Island (a quick ferry ride from Seattle) and made in Italy, Bainbridge Blues‘ fabrics are woven from 100 percent natural, environmentally friendly fibers in a family-owned Italian mill. The weaves are luxurious, and the patterns and colors are natural, simple, and classic. Available through the following showrooms: De Sousa Hughes in San Francisco, Ann Dennis Designs (714-708-2555) in Costa Mesa, Egg & Dart in Denver, and the Dixon Group in Seattle.

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