5 days ago

MIDWINTER CELEBRATIONS

MIDWINTER - A time of the solstice – the longest night and shortest day.  A time when the rhythm of time and days is subtly slowed and altered.  A time of sharing and feasting. A celebration of the solstice as the days lengthen fro read more...

5 days ago

SNUG AS A JUNE BUG

June in South Africa is a month marked by Youth Day and Father’s Day.

 

Father’s Day is an opportunity for us to honour the read more...

5 days ago

SNUGGLE UP THIS WINTER

Winter chills are here to stay for the next few months.  Whether they are a result of the rain and snow, or freezing frost and icy winds, they are not to be taken lightly.  At Linen Drawer we read more...

5 days ago

GREENERY – MORE THAN JUST A COLOUR?

The month of May is usually not one we South Africans associate with the colour green.  In the Western Cape it is autumn, and often cloudy with rain and wind. Inland the first frosty mornings, with leaves turning read more...

7 months ago

SLEEP LIKE AN EGYPTIAN

Have you ever wondered why Egyptian Cotton is so in demand?  Why it is so special?  After a little investigation I found the following:

 

Gossypium Barbadense is the Latin name for extra read more...

7 months ago

RUB A DUB DUB ?

The festive season and entertaining go hand in hand. These are good times, but even in good times we have our challenges. Ever watched as a glass of wine is knocked over, curry is spilled or coffee is splashed across o read more...

8 months ago

CHRISTMAS AT LINEN DRAWER

As Christmas approaches and gift lists grow longer, the staff at Linen Drawer arefrantically filling orders for clients and ensuring that Linen Drawer is stocked for clients who want to shop – even at the very la read more...