Linen shop opens doors and hearts

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Linen House recently opened its doors in Mount Gambier and will bring a touch of luxury to the main street with gorgeous throw rugs, sheets, homewares and everything in between.

The Mount Gambier store is the second in South Australia and Linen House creative director Michele Duncan said they loved the character and history throughout the regional city.

“We wanted to provide people with an enjoyable shopping experience, and so we created beautiful shops for them,” she said.

“It’s our opportunity to portray our brand and all the different things that we do so we hope that people enjoy coming in here.”

Linen House retail marketing manager Elena Rosperich said they were “very excited” to open the store in Mount Gambier.

The company has already shown support for the Mount Gambier community as they generously donated woollen blankets to ac.care last week.

“The SE Voice contacted us as part of their relationship with ac.care indicating they were searching for local businesses to donate blankets that would go directly to people in need within the Mount Gambier region,” Ms Rosperich said.

“We believe ac.care matched our giving program, therefore we donated our warmest woollen blankets.

“It is amazing to see ac.care providing direct assistance to Mount Gambier residents in need.

“Now our blankets will help those within the local community.”

Linen House runs their product give-back program ‘LH Cares,’ which is focused on helping those in need.

The company is affiliated with Good360, who accumulate and receive goods from companies and allocate them to charities or areas in need, along with Housing All Australians and the Sacred Heart Mission.

Ten percent of proceeds from the Linen House ‘Terra’ and ‘ReJeaneration’ ranges go towards purchasing products that Good360, Sacred Heart Mission or Housing All Australians require.

The company is also supporting the Mount Gambier Netball Association this season and going into summer and Ms Rosperich said they planned to support more sporting clubs.

“I guess our company has a bit of a family atmosphere and in order for people in Mount Gambier to get to know us, we also need to get to know them,” Ms Duncan said.

When people walk into Linen House they will find welcoming, happy staff and an array of seasonal and core products, printed and plain, with something for every lifestyle.

From floor to ceiling there are products ranging from cushions and towels to wall hangings and vases with something for all ages, including children.

“This is an outlet shop so they can also expect to find good-quality products at really reasonable prices,” Ms Duncan said.

“Our range goes beyond towels and bed linen, discover luxe throws, super-soft sheets, kids bedding, divine cushions and napery.”

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