Yumiko Sekine was inspired to create Fog Linen Work in order to design and produce the type of everyday linens she had used in her childhood.
Her search for similar quality fabrics took her from her home in Tokyo to Lithuania - a country renowned for flax cultivation, spinning and weaving since the Middle Ages.
She now works directly with linen producers there - having started with seven products, the range has steadily grown and Fog Linen Work now produces a wide selection of linen products for the home and collections of linen clothing.
The Fog Linen Work range also now includes a baby wear collection made from the softest Organic cotton jersey. Spring 19 sees the addition of a selection of toys made from linen remnants.
Yumiko also has an expanding range of wood, wire and brass pieces for the home.
Fog Linen Work's beautiful, simple designs for everyday use are a firm favourite here at No.56 and we are pleased to stock a wide range of products both in store and online.