No one does stripes and checks and plaids quite like the French, which is why we’re obsessed with the textiles from our new favorite linens line, Moismont. Founded in 2012 by Martine Bijvoet, Moismont specializes in scarves, but we especially like their linens for the home. Operating out of her 19th century ancestral home in the heart of the Picardie region, Bijvoet oversees the designs and has them manufactured in a small factory in India, overseeing every production step from dyeing the yarn to weaving the final product. Here’s a look:
Above: Cotton Pillowcases 4 are $41 each (down from $58).
Above: The Cotton Futon Pink 5 is $159 (down from $227).
Above: The futon bedrolls come in different patterns and shades of blue and pink.
Above: The Blue Cotton Throw 4 is $78 (marked down from $111).
Above: A selection of pillows and futon bed rolls.
Above: The Cotton Plaid Throw 6 ($102) can be used as a tablecloth, a beach blanket, or as a throw.
Above: The collection is designed to mix and match.
Above: A family of entrepreneurs. Martine with her son, Jacques, who oversees the business side of Moismont. Martine’s older daughter Pauline launched her own line of nightwear and household linen, Scarlette Atelier, and her younger daughter, Axelle, founded Monnette, a collection of recycled cutlery.
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