Piglet pop up in notting hill

British online linen brand, Piglet, has opened its first ever pop up shop in London's Notting Hill, running from Saturday 16th March until Sunday 7th April.

For those unfamiliar with the brand, Piglet has been quietly gaining a cult following, offering simple, high-quality, low-maintenance, durable linen homeware from its online store, Pigletinbed.com, since January 2017.

Now, for the first time, there’s a chance to see Piglet’s entire collection of 100% French flax linen bedding, table linen and sleepware in one pop-up space.

Blueberry Bedlinen and Midnight Stripe and Sage pillowcases, from £32 for a pair of pillowcases, Piglet.

To celebrate the opening Piglet has collaborated with artist, Alexandria Coe on 50 pairs of Limited Edition pyjamas, which will be exclusively available from the pop up, before being stocked online.

Alexandria focuses upon the simplification of the human form, with minimalist mark-making. Piglet’s white 100% stonewashed linen pyjamas will feature a figurative illustration of a female nude embroidered onto the pocket. It’s a stylish and subtle embellishment on this luxuriously simple nightwear.

Piglet x Alexandria Coe Limited Edition Pyjamas, £120, Piglet.

The new ‘Piglet x Alexandria Coe Pyjamas’ are priced at £120, with 35% of the sale price from each limited edition piece being donated to Plan International*.

Linen is ideal for every season – fresh in the summer and warm in the winter. As well as being exceptionally soft, linen’s natural long fibres help to regulate our body temperature as we sleep with its breathability and high moisture absorbency. It’s also perfectly weighted which helps send even the lightest of sleepers into a wonderful deep slumber.

Luna Stripe Bedlinen, Terracotta Pillowcases, from £32 for two pillowcases, Piglet.

The sheets, duvet covers, pillowcases and pyjamas also get softer and softer with each wear and wash. Added to that flax linen is a rotation crop, farmed naturally in small batches. It requires far less water to produce than cotton, and every part of the plant is used, so it’s much more eco-friendly.

Dove Grey Tablecloth, £75, Oatmeal Napkin, £7.50, Piglet

In-store activities will run throughout the duration of the pop-up, including a life drawing class with Alexandria Coe, yoga and meditation sessions with YogiYoga and a talk on how to declutter your life with the KonMarie method, held by Julie Strandberg from Worthwhile Me.

Navy tablecloth, £75, Piglet.

*Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that works towards the advancement of girl’s rights.

Piglet, 79-81 Ledbury Road, Westbourne Grove, London, W11 2AG

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