Category: About Vintage Linens

Linen Care: Cleaning and Storing Vintage Linens

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        Care of Antique and Vintage Linens We want to start by saying that this section is meant to help get you started or to help give you new ideas. Please leave comments if you have any additional tips, comments, and any contributions on the subject. The key thing to remember when […]

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Photo Diary – Spring 2015 La Bahia Antiques Show

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          From the time we entered Texas to set up day and the day of the actual show — the weather has been great. It’s been dry, sunny and cool! Perfect for antiquing and junking in the fields of Texas, bluebonnets and all! Inside our booth: Bluebonnets and wildflowers: Here are […]

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101 Uses For Vintage Linens – Including The Obvious Ones

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        List making is so popular right now, we are jumping on the bandwagon and have come up with a list of our own, for vintage linens. We’ve gathered into one post a list of all the suggestions we’ve come up with and seen over the years for using vintage linens.  We’ll link […]

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Antique and Vintage Euro shams – Decorate, repurpose, enjoy!

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Image Source: Grenier D’Alice We love linens, all linens.  We especially love Euro shams, the old European ones.  However, at some point, all collectors run out of beds to use them on.  It’s no reason to stop buying them though, they can be used and enjoyed in so many other ways, not just on beds. Authentic […]

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DIY Curtains and Window treatments with Vintage Linens – Part 2

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        Lovely large windows need lovely window treatments.  One perfect way to do this is with antique French sheets.  Often these gorgeous monogrammed linen sheets (they can also be cotton or a linen cotton blend) have amazing monograms.  Sometimes we even have pairs.  Or sets of 3 or 4.  But they are […]

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