Linge au Coeur

Created more than a hundred years ago, the Linge au Coeur embroidery workshops comprise stylists, men and women embroiderers, sketchers and seamstresses, all of whom custom design your household linen or your interior decoration purposes. Whether you are a professional or a private person, the House meets your needs with its exacting know-how and a discrete listening policy. In order to ensure this, we master a wide technical palette, from white embroidery by hand to entirely automated embroidery. Each year we produce a collection of house linens, on display in our shop located at the entrance of the Palais Royal gardens. Our collection of "Entrelacs by Linge au Coeur" embroidery for furnishings is regularly updated by new classic and contemporary designs.


Pascale Duchénoy is the great granddaughter of Jules Zéau, founder of the family company. With her husband François Duchénoy, she manages the House of Linge au Coeur. Ambassador of French know-how and the art of « recevoir », she divides her time between managing embroidery workshops, the creation of new collections of house linens and new patterns for interior design, and the personalized advice to customers in her Parisian landmark boutique and to interior designers with whom the House work.


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