Scandinavian design meets New England style
Look forward meeting exhibitor Lexington at Heimtextil
Lexington is a premium lifestyle brand developed in Sweden, combining Scandinavian design traditions with the classic New England style. All products are fully developed in the company with a strong focus on sustainable manufacturing. In January 2019, Lexington will exhibit at Heimtextil showing their soft, luxury cashmere flannel from the current fall collection: a mix of cotton and cashmere that makes the bedding soft, luxurious and warm.
Kristina Lindhe, a former teacher and textile entrepreneur, founded the company in 1997 and has now grown Lexington in to the international lifestyle brand that was the vision from the start. “I always had the idea to create an international brand and I knew I could succeed with hard work and by believing in my ideas. We drew our first inspiration from Lexington town which is the true heart of New England. It’s the place outside of Boston, Massachusetts where the American Revolution started. Here you will find the typical white painted New England Houses and the significant way of life that we all aspire for. All our collections build on the tradition and inspiration from this part of the world. However, we believe that there are people all around the world, in all countries that enjoy this style of life.”
In the Home range Lexington introduces four new collections every year and also carry an assortment of classic Lexington products called the ICONS. Within their current fall collection, Lexington has introduced a new soft, luxury cashmere flannel. The fabric’s composition is a mix of cotton and cashmere that makes the bedding soft, luxurious and warm. The bedding collection of course also includes the Lexington classics: soft flannel, luxury sateen, crispy poplin – all designed to combine with bedspreads, throws, and decorative pillows. At Heimtextil, you can experience the Lexington philosophy and their products well known for unique design and excellent qualities in hall 12.0, stand E11.