Our Brands

Tap-s-tri Collection by inspirati

The tap-s-tri Collection is a line of custom tea towels developed by Calgary-based fine linens company inspirati. For over 10 years, inspirati has sourced, designed, and sold millions of tea towels to customers around the world who share their love for high quality, unique linens. Now, your organization can design and sell a custom tea towel by the world’s leading weaver, Le Jaquard Français, using your logo, your photos, or your own unique designs. Our team will work with you to create the perfect custom towel and provide you with information to help you promote the finished towels as a branding device, or as a fundraising initiative.

Abyss & Habidecor

Over 60 colours and designs make up the Abyss and Habidecor line of bath textiles - including towels, robes and rugs. The finest cotton, linen and silk are woven in Portugal to create the highest quality collections, which hold their colour and shape for many years to come. Have fun mixing and matching the amazing colours and patterns to create your own distinct look.

cate brown

RECYCLED FASHION - REIMAGINED LUXURY!  Designed in-house and produced by skilled seamstresses cate brown, pieces are designed and made locally in Brooklyn, New York and Vancouver, British Columbia. We individually select our fabrics, design patterns and carefully deconstruct the original garments, each item is documented and its history marked. These stunning and meticulous details transition so beautifully to interior design. Your favorite fashion reimagined for your home. Each piece is a complete original and a one-of-a-kind creation by cate brown.

At cate brown, we create sustainably sourced, hand selected, objects of finery. Individuality is said to be the highest level of luxury, we believe that beauty is found in the stories our choices tell.  Each garment is researched and documented to pay homage to the original design, before being carefully patterned and deconstructed to create luxurious cushions for your home. The idea stemmed from wanting to repurpose these gorgeous textiles that might otherwise be discarded or unused due to the high production runs of fashion or some flaw or irregularity. These beautiful fabrics deserve to be enjoyed and celebrated for their heritage, refinement and luxurious design elements.  - Sourced from cate brown

Ekelund Weavers

Made in Sweden since 1692, Ekelund is the oldest documented textile company in the world. Designs and patterns of their organic cotton and linen tablecloths, table runners, tea towels, dish cloths, blankets and rugs range from classic to modern.
Ekelund is committed to designing traditional motifs with a contemporary twist.


Iosis pillows and accessories from France are transposed from beautiful pictures onto luxurious silk, cotton and linen. Embroidery stitched pillows with a blaze of colour are very modern, with zigzag patterns or spots, as well as portraits of animals, nature and seasonal themes. The Iosis collection also includes designer throws and trays and cosmetic pouches, which double as small tote bags.

Inspired by inspirati

The ‘Inspired’ line, sewn in Calgary for inspirati, these linen tablecloths, runners, placemats and napkins feature a bold palette of colours as well as white, black and natural. We carry numerous sizes including treatments for round tables. Linen is a textile made from flax, believed to be among the oldest of woven fabrics, dating back to 8000 B.C. The exquisitely designed mitred corners allow the tablecloths to hang beautifully, inviting both modern or traditional settings. Inspirati will custom sew to your measurements if you wish.


The family company Klippan was founded in 1879 in Sweden. Natural fibres are used for the blankets and throws. Organic wool, linen and cotton ensure quality and are environmentally friendly. The children and baby blankets are colourful, happy creations. Only natural fibres of organic cotton and eco wool are used in the production of the children’s blankets.

La Boîte

Spices by Lior Lev Sercarz, created in 2006, is the realization of a dream and long journey.  Traveling and cooking around the world for the last several years, Chef Lior Lev Sercarz worked with some of the world’s best chefs, including most notably spice master Olivier Roellinger. Inspired by his passion for spices and the stories they tell, Lior began his own journey studying spices and their origins, eventually creating his own blends. Each of them is a reflection of a place, a moment, or cultural influence.

To create the blends, Lior uses the best spices from around the world to obtain fresh, aromatic, and powerful flavors. Though delightful in his biscuits, the blends can also be used in many preparations, offering endless possibilities for savory dishes, creative desserts, and unique cocktails. - Sourced from La Boîte

Le Jacquard Français

Since 1888, Le Jacquard Francais has been creating some of the world’s most exceptional linens for the table - in addition to kitchen tea towels. The table collections are woven with eco-friendly materials such as linen, cotton and linen/cotton blends. The best tea towels are those with both style and substance; they come in a gorgeous array of woven colours and patterns. New to the Le Jacquard Français collection are the bath towels - including sumptuous robes of the finest cotton waffle and terry cloth design. And, they are specialists in round tablecloths as well as environmentally friendly ‘stain free’ tablecloths.


LinenWay fine linens come in beautiful Jacquard patterns with hemstitched edges. A wide range of European linen tablecloths, napkins, placemats, table runners, towels and tea towels provide a timeless look for the home. They are specialists in round tablecloths, both in patterned and solid linen. Alongside the specialty linen items, LinenWay offers solid and patterned baby alpaca throws in a multitude of gorgeous colours. People who have wool based allergies will not be allergic to alpaca.

Mario Luca Giusti

"The collections designed and conceived by Mr. Mario Luca Giusti himself are enriched each year with new models, adding fantastically shaped objects and colors ranging from white to black, transparent to the brighter colors." - Sourced from Mario Luca Giusti


The company for French scarves is Petrusse. Created in Bordeaux and made from silk, cotton, linen, wool, cashmere and various embellishments of pearls, feathers and embroideries, Petrusse scarves are made for both women and men. It all began in 1996 when designer and artist Petrusse Reynen began weaving scarves on Jacquard looms. Inspired seasonally by a collection of antique fabrics and the environment, her collections mark collaborations with artists, painters and writers.

Sabre Acrylic

Sabre Flatware is both modern and traditional with endless colours and possibilities produced in France. With over 100 fun possibilities, the flatware is 18/10 stainless steel featuring colourful acrylic handles (which are dishwasher safe). Sabre Dinnerware is French porcelain made in France featuring a wide spectrum of colours as well as numerous designs.  Set your table with originality and flare with Sabre! All pieces sold separately and in sets.

St. Geneve

St. Geneve is a family owned business specializing in the highest quality luxurious bed linens, down duvets, throws, coverlets, pillows and nightwear - in addition to handcrafted table linens made with pride in Canada. The extensive Bed Linens collection offers over 100 design possibilities to create a multi-dimensional experience. St. Geneve’s Capri line, a perennial best-seller, features 300 thread count Gisa Egyptian cotton sheets, pillow cases, shams, duvet covers and bedskirts in 60 colours. Personalize your set with sateen stitching.

Tessitura Toscana Telerie

Tessitura Toscana Telerie items, designed with traditional as well as modern motifs, are created in Florence. Since 1947, this company has produced luxurious Italian tablecloths, kitchen towels, duvet covers, bedding and private label collections. The kitchen towels, made from the finest linen and Egyptian cotton, compliment the kitchen and make fantastic gifts as well. Country flowers, grapes and fruits, olives, glassware patterns and other motifs decorate the totally ‘cool’ selection of linen as well as cotton tablecloths. Tessitura Toscana Telerie offers patterned round tablecloths as well as solid colours in linen.


Tissage de Luz

Wildly colourful cotton selections are found at Tissage de Luz, located in Espelette in French Basque country. If you crave colourful luxury cotton waffle woven bath towels, Tissage de Luz offers an amazing selection. Luxurious and fun personal items include makeup and toiletry bags. The large capacity backpacks are perfect for weekends and getaways. These cotton canvas classics close with a cord, with a zippered outside pocket.


Vista Alegre

"Over its long history, the Vista Alegre brand, which has always been intimately associated with Portuguese history and culture, has achieved unparalleled recognition and visibility. Public recognition, perceived quality and the company’s investment in innovation and design have turned Vista Alegre into one of the very few Portuguese luxury brands to achieve iconic status on a worldwide level. Having adopted rigorousness, sophistication and versatility as its core values, Vista Alegre has been able to harmoniously combine tradition and modernity, and remain attuned to cultural trends. Spreading Portuguese culture worldwide, Vista Alegre products reflect the most recent design trends and are manufactured according to the highest quality and functionality standards." - Sourced from Vista Alegre


Yves Delorme

"Ernestine Fremaux and her husband founded a linen weaving mill near Lille, in the heart of the French textile industry. Sixty years after the invention of the mechanical loom, it was the dawn of the industrialization of textile manufacturing. A fire destroyed all of the buildings in 1867, but with the help of her nephew, Paul Fremaux, who had joined the company, Mme Fremaux re-built the mills. The business developed during the next few decades and a second company was founded for cotton weaving." - Sourced from Yves Delorme