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Lindsey Lang bath linen

February 13, 2015

Following our blue theme this week I was delighted to see a new collection of towels launched this month by Lindsey Lang which feature a rather gorgeous range of blues. As a huge fan of Lindsey’s encaustic tiles it’s so great to see the design now translated to a range of bath linen for John Lewis.

The collection is available in four sizes to cover all your bathroom needs and would add a splash of patterns and colour to any bathroom. If blue isn’t your colour you can also buy the towels in shades of red, yellow and grey and there are two different designs. As we struggle through the winter months I think the yellow option would be good to fill your morning bathroom regime with summer sunshine.

Lindsey Lang

Building on her well deserved ‘Young Designer of the Year’ award in 2104 from Homes & Gardens the new collection proves the versatility of Lindsey and her eye for detail. Following years working in graphic design and illustration her design studio was established in 2012. This new collection was designed to resemble her beautiful marble-speckled terrazzo tile designs.

You can also find cookware, tea towels, floor tiles and other gorgeous products on her website so head over to her website. If you are already sold on the bath linen pop to the John Lewis website now to fill your bathroom with some colour and pattern.

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