It is no secret that I prefer squares to any other geometric shape. There probably was a round napkin at one point in time, but for some reason it didn't stick. This simple black and white linen pattern reminds me of the structure and the uber-planned grid of the cities and their modern square dwellings. Unlike (and thankfully so) it's real-life prototypes, our Grid-dy linen collection easily crumbles after just one wash/dry loop. The angles soften and the stiffness fades to reveal the texture and ease of the fabric we love so much. But it does not mean it won't stand up to the hustle of your busy, square, kitchen.
We are starting this collection with a Furoshiki-style cloth. A multitasked like no other, it is whatever you want it to be- an oversized dish towel, a mini-table cloth, a baguette sling, a picnic blanket, a make-shift apron.
Available in our web shop.