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PROVENCE – A NEW SAMESYN DESIGN

The Provence design is a muted, less colourful design showing off the natural beauty of 100% linen. The design includes dried foliage, poppy seeds plants, carrot seed plants, dried artichokes, vanilla pods, cinnamon sticks, pears, our usual cutlery (for the table cloths and without cutlery for the bedroom range) and even macaroons, just dreamy! The Provence design celebrates the beauty of natural colours with interesting textures. Everything on the design is edible, staying true to our Samesyn style and background as food photographers and food stylists. The designs are available in table cloths, runners, cushions (60X60 and 40X65) and a

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MZANZI DESIGN 2019

Our newest design – the Mzanzi – showing how proud we are of South-Africa, in a truly SAMESYN way. Always inspired by FOOD!

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NEW DESIGNS FOR 2019

Please email us at info@samesyn.co.za if you want to order some (or all) of our NEW 2019 tea towel range – they also come in 2.5m, 3m and 3.5m table cloths. We are absolutely in love with all of them!

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BLOOMING BLOSSOMS

We celebrated Spring and our new BLOSSOM design with a styled shoot recently. It is available in linen table cloths, runners, tea towels, scatter cushions and aprons. Price List available on our website and to order please contact us at info@samesyn.co.za Thank you to all our contributors and to the House & Leisure who featured this shoot. SAMESYN Linen Elmarie Berry Good Food: Amazing Cake & Cocktail – All Recipes available on www.elmarieberry.com Biggie Best: Serviettes and Crockery Baie Goeters: Cuttlery Roche.Recycle.Relove: Upcycled Rubber Jewellery Plank Kreatief: Paper Artist Spier Wine Farm Lindy Kriek Photography: Photography Model: Talana Bosman Our

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RECIPE BOOK TABLE CLOTH

One of our very special pieces, a table cloth made from a photograph from our grandmothers recipe books. A definite conversation starter for your next gathering! We also do custom pieces, for more information contact us at info@samesyn.co.za       

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CELEBRATING LINEN

We are falling more and more in love with linen each day but linen has in fact been around for thousands of years, going back as far as Ancient Egypt – where it was used as currency at one stage. It was also in Ancient Egypt that linen once simbolised light and purity and was regarded so valuable that it was even used for mummification and burial shrouds. Since learning more about the world of linen after starting Samesyn, we totally get why linen was and still is so special today. Combining our love for linen with our food photography,

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