Introducing - REED Family Linen - Est 1852
From Spring 2020 NetDécor are delighted to announce that our site will be launching a full range of luxury English bed linen designs from REED FAMILY LINEN based in the UK. Reed has been stitching fine home linens since 1852 and is uniquely still owned and managed by the descendants of the orginal Reed family.
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A huge "thank you" to Miranda Reeder and her company Netdecor for supplying these fabulous African items . Can't wait to see them in our new home in Portugal . Love them all !
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I think we are all in a HURRY to get 2020 over with and so I am finding that I a concentrating on Christmas earlier than normal.
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Van de Sant, a Dutch design firm in partnership with NetDecor, has arrived on South African shores - bringing with it great ambitions of a sustainable future for all.
A Touch of Africa in Gothenburg, Sweden 2019. NetDecor recently added some fabulous African NetDecor accessories to the stunning 3 bedroom luxurious apartment in Gothenburg.
NetDecor was invited to HOMI, Milano in 2018 and 2019.
Homi is the house that renews itself and becomes style.
NetDecor's Miranda Reeder, was invited as a member of the SA/UK Chamber of Commerce Gala Dinner at the UK's Houses of Parliament March 2019.