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Wednesday, April 06, 2011

ABC Wednesday:
L is for Luxury Linens

Exchange Buildings on Market Street used to be the home of Burton's the tailors.

After they closed down it became the Bridal Warehouse but now is the home of Luxury Linens.

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Gattina said...

I don't know if luxury linen helps people to fall asleep, lol!

Leslie: said...

I LOVE Luxury Linens...the best ones I have are 400 thread count an so nice on a hot summer's night. In the winter, though, there is nothing quite like cosy flannel. :D


mrsnesbitt said...

Hmmmmmm well there you go Gerald - and are they? lol!

EG CameraGirl said...

Luxury Linens - double Ls! Well done!

Roger Owen Green said...

I never knew about thread count until; I got married.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Meryl said...

I'm with Roger. I too never knew from Luxery Linen and thread count until buying linen for my family. Now that I know, there really is a difference.

Francisca said...

I sure know the difference... luxury linens hit the pocketbook, but they last for decades... and they feel amazing! Good choice for L... a double!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for teaching me something I did not know before.

Please have a good Wednesday.

daily athens

J.Rylie.C said...

lovely image!

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Tumblewords: said...

I'd like to look inside Luxury Linens. It must be full of fine-thread weaves about which I know nothing. :)

Marana said...

lovely photo! Mine is up! ABC Challenge

Sebab said...

Fantastic picture!

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Terrie said...

good photo for the theme! thanks for the visit.

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