With a decade of experience in fine embroidered bed and bath linens, Jacaranda Living is preparing to showcase its highly successful line of sleepwear at the Curve Lingerie Show in New York City.
Massachusetts-based linen manufacturer, Jacaranda Living, will be exhibiting at the Curve Lingerie Show for the first time this year. The company will be showcasing its popular line of sleepwear during the event which will be held in New York City February 23rd, 24th, and 25th.
Owner Cathy Deale says the massive success of the cotton nightgown line contributed to her decision to attend this year’s show. “Our cotton sleepwear category has grown to be a major part of our business and we keep expanding it so we thought we would try exhibiting at a show aimed at lingerie stores,” says Deale.
Deale designed the line to include both cotton pajamas and nightgowns, with two new short styles for spring and summer which appeal to younger customers. The styles come in all-white with a little lace, pintucks, or colored embroidery. She says the soft feel of the cotton is its biggest selling feature. “The styles are not fussy. They have a little detailing and the cotton gets softer and softer with washing so it becomes a favorite,” says Deale.
Jacaranda Living recently released its new 2014 catalog of fine linens. It includes sleeveless, short sleeve, three-quarter sleeve and long sleeve nightgowns, as well as two new options for pajamas which feature embroidery at each ankle or ruffles at the hem. It also offers waffle bathrobes and a white short set with blue piping.
About Jacaranda Living: Jacaranda Living is a wholesaler and retailer of fine embroidered waffle linens for home and spa, as well as bedding, cotton sleepwear, and baby pillows. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Wellesley, Massachusetts. To find out what Jacaranda Living can do for you, visit JacarandaLiving.com
Ginger Jars, Blue and White Summer Design
Jacaranda Living Launches It Spin on Ginger Jars
Jacaranda Living, the high-end soft furnishings company, is launching a new collection of embroidered linens, featuring the classic blue Ginger Jar on natural and white palettes. The blue and white Ginger Jars are beautiful décor accents that Jacaranda Living is excited to have added to their collection of bed and bath linens.
Why the Ginger jar?
Ginger Jars were first introduced by the Chinese as a storage canister for food staples (including ginger) in 221 BC. The different patterns decorating them had different significances. For example, many of the blue and white ones had the character for double happiness and were given as wedding gifts. “We chose the patterns with flowers for our embroidery designs because of our love for flowers at Jacaranda Living!” says founder, Cathy Deale.
The accent pieces add an unexpected and fresh complement to any room. A Tissue Box Cover and Guest Towel featuring the embroidered Ginger Jar can transform a bathroom. The throw pillows scatted on a white couch, or the boudoir on a bed. Choose from the blue and white collection for a crisp, timeless look, or the blue on natural linen that is so admired today.
So, are Ginger Jars part of a trend or are they just one of those beautiful accent items that started out serving a purpose and became a classic and enduring decorating staple? “We think that like the candle, which started out to fill a need for light and now fills our need for ambiance, it’s here to stay!”
About Jacaranda Living
Jacaranda Living manufactures high quality bed, bath and table linens, ladies’ cotton sleepwear, children’s cotton leisurewear and baby clothing.
Cathy Deale founded the company in 2004 when she introduced the hand-embroidered waffle weave guest towels made in South Africa to retail gift and linen stores in Boston. Since those humble beginnings, Jacaranda Living has grown significantly to make a positive impact on the livelihood of those African women and many more who contribute to our collection. Jacaranda Living has expanded their line of products, so we have more items made in socially responsible environments from different parts of the world, too.