Scenes de Lin

Scenes de Lin

This elegant French-run shop offers spendy (but gorgeous) soft homewares.  Check out the throws and placemats with hand-embroidered trims, pretty hand painted glasses and fringe-happy hammam towels.  This is where we buy our ultra-soft robes for our own boutique hotel, Peacock Pavilions.  Everything is in very good taste.  

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