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Shopper’s Diary: Olmay Home Online

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Shopper’s Diary: Olmay Home Online

Janet Hall July 13, 2011

Founded by Christina Nickerson (who hails from Norway, but now lives in Los Angeles), the online boutique Olmay Home offers a collection of inspiring home products and linens made of natural materials. Here are a few details.

Above: La Vie Sophia Basket; $40.

Above: Available in nine colors/patterns, the Linen Kitchen Towels are available in a dish towel size or a mini-cloth; $16 and $12 respectively.

Above: Made of cotton canvas and leather straps with brass hooks, the Olmay Apron is $90.

Above: For lint-free drying, the large Flour Sack Towels are made in the US; $14.

Above: Linen Waffle Towels become softer and more absorbent with use; $19 to $95, depending on size.

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