Verkaufsstelle in Osterreich: Feistritz A.D. Gail / Outlet / Magasin d’usine

SEIDRA TEXTILWERKE

Draschitz, 36

9613 FEISTRITZ A.D. GAIL

Tel +43 (0) 42 56 22 10

www.seidra.com

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Verkaufsraum in Osterreich: Helfenberg / Outlet / Magasin d’usine

Verkaufsraum in der Leinenweberei

Besuchen Sie unseren Detailverkauf und staunen Sie über die große Produkt Vielfalt! Sie finden traditionelle und moderne Leinen- und Baumwollstoffe als Meterware für Heimtextilien und Tracht & Bekleidung sowie fertig genähte Tischwäsche, Brotsackerln, Sitzkissen, Vorhänge, Geschirr- und Handtücher, Bettwäsche, Bademäntel oder Leinenhemden.

Vielleicht ist es die Liebe zu den alten Mühlviertler Mustern, das Bemühen um höchste, ehrliche Qualität, die Freude an der Arbeit, dass sich die Besucher bei uns einfach wohlfühlen…

HERZLICH WILLKOMMEN IN UNSEREM HAUS!!

Leonfeldner Strasse 26

4184 HELFENBERG

Tel +43 (0) 7216 6215

Öffnungszeiten

Montag bis Freitag:
8:00 – 12:00 und 13:00 – 17:00 Uhr
Samstag:
8:00 - 12:00 Uhr

Online bestellen können Sie die edlen Vieböck Produkte auch auf:

www.textilshop.at

www.bioella.at

www.simon-jakober.at

BEZUGSQUELLEN

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Verkaufsstelle in Osterreich: Ulrichsberg / Outlet / Magasin d’usine

LEINENMANUFAKTUR LEITNER

Die lebendige Tradition der Leinenweberei. Seit 1853 haben wir versucht, dieses anspruchsvolle Handwerk zur Kunst zu machen.

Besuchen Sie unseren Homestore und lassen Sie sich von der vielfältigen Schönheit unserer Produkte inspirieren. Herzlich willkommen!

Stifterstrasse,25

4161 ULRICHSBERG

IHR ANSPRECHPARTNER
Sabine Mühlbauer
Tel: +43 (0) 7288 7017-41
office@leitnerleinen.com

ÖFFNUNGSZEITEN
Montag bis Freitag
09:00 – 12:00 Uhr
13:00 – 17:00 Uhr
Samstag
10:00 – 16:00 Uhr

>> Anfahrtsplan

AUSFLUGSTIPPS IN DER UMGEBUNG

RESTAURANT/HOTEL-EMPFEHLUNGEN

Courtesy www.leitnerleinen.com

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Linen lifestyle in Vienna: lunch @ Labstelle Wien

Excellent address: Labstelle Wien is a restaurant with very nice food, from products selected with love and care, in a cosy atmosphere… and of course with linen tablecloths and napkins !

Ehrlich soll sie sein, aber nicht fad. Regional verwurzelt, doch mit urbanem Flair. Sympathisch frisch und auch ein bisschen raffiniert. Unsere Küche. Mit besten Zutaten gekocht, mit/ohne Schnick­schnack serviert. Saisonale Gerichte für den großen Appetit, köstliche Jausen mit selbstgebackenem Brot für den kleinen Hunger…

Und natürlich with Tischwäsche aus Leinen !

Labstelle Wien

Lugeck 6, 1010 Wien
01 236 21 22
Mo–Fr 11.30–02.00 Uhr
Sa 10.00–02.00 Uhr
Küche 12.00–14.30 Uhr
und 18.00–23.30 Uhr

sonn- und feiertags geschlossen

www.labstelle.at

Tischwäsche
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Linen shopping in Vienna: So Austria

Herzlich willkommen

im Shop für Österreich-Kenner und -Liebhaber am Wiener Lugeck!

In ihrem Shop am Lugeck im 1. Wiener Bezirk haben Mag. Ottilia Haidacher – Christine Moser ihre Bewunderung und Leidenschaft für authentische Handwerkskunst und –tradition aus Österreich und Südtirol zum Programm erhoben.

Liebevoll präsentieren sie zwischen historischem Altbau-Gewölbe und erfrischend modern interpretiertem Maß-Interieur vom Tischlermeister ausgewähltes, regional erzeugtes Handwerk.

Von gediegen bis originell, von verspielt bis edel bietet der Shop eine sorgfältig ausgewählte Produktpalette, die sich wie eine bunte Reise durch Österreichs Regionen präsentiert.

Darunter Leinenbadetücher von Vieböck Leinen…

In their shop on Lugeck in Vienna’s 1st district Mag. Ottilia Haidacher – Christine Moser communicate their admiration and passion for authentic craftsmanship and tradition from Austria and South Tyrol.

From elegant to original, ranging from playful to elegant, the shop offers a carefully selected range of products, which presents itself as a colorful journey through Austria’s regions.

Including the great bath towels in linen honeycomb, from Vieböck Leinen…

so austria

Lugeck 3a, 1010, Wien / Vienna

Tel. +43(0)1 890 6881

shop@so-austria.at

www.so-austria.at

Öffnungszeiten / Mo-Fr: 10-19 Uhr / Sa: 10-18 Uhr

Opening Hours / Mo-Fr: 10am-7pm  / Sat: 10am-6pm

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Linen shopping in vienna: Gramath & Windsor

Liebhaber des guten Geschmacks, Freunde hochwertiger Accessoires und Kenner stilvoller Raumgestaltung –
bei „Gramath & Windsor – Edle WohnKultur“ ist richtig, wer großen Wert auf anspruchsvolles, qualitativ hochwertiges Wohninterieur legt.

Von edlen Heimtextilien, Homewear und Wohnaccessoires über hochwertige Farben und Tapeten, Teppiche und Vorhänge.

Bettina Gramath hat ein Faible für Naturprodukte zum Wohlfühlen. Ihre Liebe zu edlen Naturstoffen und die Suche nach exklusiven Handtüchern führte sie zur Mühlviertler Leinenmanufaktur LEITNER. Die Entscheidung für ein österreichisches Unternehmen traf sie bewusst und die luxuriösen Stoffprodukte faszinieren sie bis heute.

Gramath & Windsor – Edle WohnKultur
Wollzeile 1-3
A-1010 Wien
Telefon: 01/512 19 02
Fax: 01/532 65 60 – 10

Bettina Gramath
E-Mail: bettina.gramath@beigramath.at

www.gramath-windsor.at

ÖFFNUNGSZEITEN
Montag bis Freitag: 10:00 – 18:00 Uhr
Samstag: 10:00 – 17:00 Uhr
Vorortberatung nach Vereinbarung

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LINEN ILLUMINATES…..

DEROME lamp with black linen shade by PINCH, winners of the ELLE Decoration British Design Awards 2013 plus their classic two-seater sofa PENDEL in « Conker » linen print.
PINCH is the collaboration between husband and wife team Russell Pinch and Oona Bannon  » Our work celebrates simplicity of form, the purity of a good shape and our emotional connection with the materials around us » – a perfect partnership for European Linen.
www.pinchdesign.com

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artisan tailleur a domicile: votre vestiaire lin sur mesure à Paris

Avez vous pensé à votre costume ou votre chemise sur mesure en Lin?

Hervé KLODAWSKI propose à ses clients un choix de lins haut de gamme et se déplace à leur domicile ou leur bureau.

Et cette semaine bénéficiez d’une réduction de 20 % sur les costumes et chemises en lin !

Offrez vous un costume sur mesure gamme « SILVER » à 1280 euro, et/ou une chemise sur mesure en lin à 160 euro.

Pour prendre rendez-vous:

Hervé KLODAWSKI personnal tailor
39, rue balard 75015 Paris

tel mobile: 0682843574

herve@klodawski.com

www.klodawski.com

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SANDERSON’S CUSTOMERS LEARN ABOUT LINEN…

CELC was again invited to present the story of European Linen at Sanderson’s annual SPECIALIST DAY, held for their customers at their print works Standfast & Barracks. Sanderson manufacture, market and distribute luxury furnishing fabrics & wallcoverings for the global interiors market.
The day included a tour of the factory to see both traditional print methods and the latest digital printing process along with a pre-view of forthcoming collections.
Along with the BE LINEN video, visitors were shown the flax process from the sustainable growing, harvesting and spinning of flax through to weaving and knitting, together with samples of products of all things linen and flax. The presentation also included an introduction to CELC’s brands; CLUB MASTERS OF LINEN and EUROPEAN FLAX.
www.sanderson-uk.com

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THE EUROPEAN BAROMETER OF #LINEN : 1ST INDICATOR OF EUROPEAN LINEN CONSUMPTION

An annual project, this survey was carried out across a representative sample of 1,000 people, 18+ years old, in France, Italy, Belgium and Great Britain, key countries in the production and consumption of European linen.

No, flax is not an exotic plant. The only plant textile fibre grown on our continent, flax is a European exception: 80% of global production comes from here. And yet almost 8 out of 10 Europeans fail to recognize it! A desirable fibre, linen responds to the needs of the consumers who express themselves strongly influenced by ethics and traceability: 61% of them say they are willing to pay more for a product that can be certified as European.

These findings were revealed in the EUROPEAN BAROMETER OF LINEN 2014, an initiative of the European Confederation of Linen and Hemp (CELC) and carried out in May 2014 by BVA. This revealing survey clearly identifies the perceptions and uses of linen by consumers: a linen that while it may be omnipresent in our everyday lives still only accounts for 1% of the world’s textile fibres.

Where do flax and linen come from? From a land far away? For 57% of interviewees, flax is grown outside Europe, and 19% simply admit to having no idea whatsoever of where it originates.

Europe as the center of linen production is a reality: it’s ranked N°1 in the world with 137,650 tons of scutched flax from a total of 71,000 hectares cultivated (2013 harvest). France, alone is responsible for 80% of the continent’s production.

It’s a local and regional example of farming whose presence in European comes about as a result of a situation that cannot be duplicated anywhere else in the world, as it represents the combination of the linen growers’ non-transferable expertise, a unique land, and the benefit of having a temperate and humid climate. Little known facts: 51% of those interviewed believe that the growing of flax is a relocatable activity, with 77% saying it might involve the use of GMOs, and 66% that it requires large amounts of irrigation.

Flax is also a remarkable ecological plant and the conditions of its cultivation is unknown to 78% of those interviewed. They also don’t know that it is first of all, an ecologically-responsible fibre: zero waste, zero irrigation, zero defoliant, zero GMO!

With 42% and 39% of linen fans respectively, the Italians and the British are the leading consumers of linen in Europe. 55% of Belgians and French describe themselves as occasional buyers. The French bring up the rear as they have the highest percentage of non-purchasers: 14%.

The consumer demand is essentially a textile one, which is expressed by 60% in fashion, and has made a notable return in the lifestyle sector (57% bed &table linen, 41% upholsery & curtaining, 35% bathroom textiles) where its uses are multiplied. Linen is also revolutionizing the composites industry as a high-performance plant fibre. From sartorial style to the purest design, from sofas and curtains to tableware and bed sheets, from bathrobes – even to to tennis rackets, linen is everywhere.

Each identifies their own benefits: 67% of Italians buy linen because it is natural, 35% of French because it’s light and comfortable, 22% of the Belgians and the British favor its long lasting quality.

87% state that linen is an innovative fibre; 88% would even go so far as to describe it as an asset to Europe!

The origin in Europe that acts as the principal reason for buying linen

If for 62% of interviewees price remains a barrier, almost the same number – 61% – describe themselves as willing to pay more for a product that is certified of European origin.

Responses from the European linen industry:

the labels European Flax® – the qualitative visa of premium European flax fibre in all its applications – and Masters of Linen® – the seal of textile excellence and European traceability, provide some of the reassurances that can be given to the consumer.

These two labels appear on linen products at all stages in their transformation, right down to the finished product and can be found on the tag at the point of sale. Those interviewed rated this transparent level of certification as an extremely important factor.

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About CELC

The European Confederation of Linen and Hemp (CELC) is the only European agro-industrial organization bringing together and federating all the stages of production and transformation for flax and hemp. It is the specialized spokesperson for 10,000 European enterprises, overseeing the fibre’s development from plant to finished product. Founded in 1951, the CELC is a source of pioneering thought, economic analysis, industry consultation and strategic direction.

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Les #solaires #Chanvre et #Lin I Sunglasses made from Hemp & Flax fibre composite by sam whitten

Les lunettes en bois font couler beaucoup d’encre ! Nous, on vous a trouvé beaucoup mieux. Des lunettes en chanvre et lin, à commander tout de suite !

Sam Whitten a créé ces solaires à partir de fibre de chanvre et de lin composite. « Les recherches sur le lin et le chanvre nous ont conduites à l’utilisation d’un composite imprégné eco-friendly. Après compression à chaud dans un moule, les montures sont assemblées aux branches, puis les lunettes reçoivent une résine biosourcée qui assure imperméabilité et résistance.
Pre order : http://www.hempeyewear.com/

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sunglasses made from hemp fibre composite by sam whitten
all images courtesy sam whitten

sam whitten has designed and manufactured ‘hemp eyewear’, sunglasses made from a hemp fibre composite.‘research into hemp and its possible applications led to the discovery of hemp and flax fibre composite sheet material which are impregnated with an eco friendly binder,’ said whitten. the composite sheets require compression moulding under heat to form and cure the material which is normally done with machines. once the layers in the frame and legs are assembled, the sunglasses are then coated with an eco friendly bio resin to add extra waterproof and strength properties. to pre-order a pair, see here.

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