About Us

Established in 1984, Heirlooms Linens began manufacturing bespoke linens at their workshops in West Sussex in the United Kingdom. Thirty years on they remain true to their founding principles: meticulous attention to detail, blending only the finest materials and combining creativity with skilled artisanship to create exceptional linens. Heirlooms take great pride in making all their linens in-house, using the finest Italian-woven fabrics and state of the art embroidery machines built to their own specification.

What services do you provide?

Bed Linen, Home Accessories, Textiles

How would you describe your style?

"Sumptuous, timeless and refreshingly individual. Heirlooms offers an extensive range of the finest woven fabrics from the softest sateens, to crisp percales and cool linen in a variety of thread counts. Our designs can be embellished with a range of elegant finishes, in any combination of colours to compliment the client’s interior design."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"One of the key elements of working with Heirlooms is our policy on confidentiality; we work directly with the client or with an interior designer such as the renowned award-winning, Hill House Interiors. One recent project was to create a personalised range of linens for the bedrooms and bathrooms of a London family home. After reviewing the mood boards, our creative team harmoniously combined stunning embroidery with our finest luxury linens, each item featured the initials of a family member in a unique and personal design. Heirlooms are proud to be able to provide a truly personal service and, with complete control over the quality and craftsmanship, the project was delivered to the highest standard. From their collaborations with some of the world’s top interior designers, many of whom are featured in this book, Heirlooms are experts in their field creating luxurious linens designed and crafted to perfectly complement and enhance the overall interior style."