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Left Coast Luxury, Table Linen Edition

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Left Coast Luxury, Table Linen Edition

Julie Carlson June 04, 2014

We’ve had our eye on Los Angeles-based designer Heather Taylor (also a writer and gallerist) for a while now. Her table linens have a distinctive West Coast vibe–not too fancy, but luxurious nonetheless. We especially like her special-edition table linens for Nickey Kehoe in LA, rendered in muted tones.

Above: Heather Taylor Dinner Napkins are made of 100 percent natural, undyed linen with a simple square hashing Indian embroidery. They measure 21 inches by 21 inches.

Above: Heather Taylor Dinner Napkins are available with chocolate, olive, or navy embroidery; $80 for a set of four.

Above: Heather Taylor Gray Cotton Dinner Napkins, $80 for a set of four, and Gray Cotton Placemats, $100 for a set of four.

Above: A detail of the diamond-patterned napkin.

For more inspiration, have a look at our Tabletop posts. And don’t miss 5 Quick Fixes: Elevating the Napkin. For more contemporary linens from LA, see Gardenista’s post on Huddleson Tablecloths.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on November 22, 2013 as part of our Crowd Control issue.

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