17 April 2013

Celebrate Earth Day with re-usable table linens from Hen House Linens

Hen House Linens’ line of versatile, easy-to-care-for home essentials is the perfect way to create a beautiful, paperless home this Earth Day, April 22.
The company asks:
  • How many paper napkins or paper towels do your kids go through every day? 
  • What about the plastic birthday table cloth that got thrown away with the wrapping paper? 
It’s the little things that add up. Machine-washable napkins, tablecloths and placemats can be used over and over, and then recycled and repurposed. Extending the life of your clothes by protecting them with a pretty Hen House apron is a great way to be sustainable.

The collection includes:

  • Napkins and Placemats: These generously sized napkins and effortless placemats are Hen House Linens’ most basic essentials. Keep six of every color you love on hand. 
  • Tablecloths and Runners: Tied with black saddle-stitched ribbon and a hangtag, these table linens add a little fancy to your everyday routine. The lovely splash of color makes a simple gathering rich and memorable. 
  • Cocktail Napkins: Your go-to hostess gift, each set of six napkins is tied with a saddle-stitched ribbon and hangtag. 
  • Decorative Pillows: In three versatile sizes, these decorative pillows change the look of a room in an instant. Inserts are a luxurious down-feather blend and custom designed for Hen House for a perfect fit. 
  • Cook’s Apron: This “one size fits every body” apron features an adjustable neck strap and long ties for a custom fit, a roomy pocket to hold tools of the trade and generous length that gives tremendous splash-back coverage. 
  • Cocktail Apron: Show off your hosting prowess with this cute cocktail apron, tied with a wide grosgrain ribbon and outfitted with a generous pocket to accommodate all your hostess accoutrements. 
  • Guest Towels: These user-friendly hand towels are as functional as they are fanciful, with sweet trim along the bottom.
  • Potholders: Hefty enough to wield a turkey with all the trimmings, these potholders are lined with heat resistant padding—making you the only saucy dish in your kitchen too hot to handle (available in two sizes).

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