Since 1833, Garnier-Thiebaut has been weaving glorious and colorful cotton damask linens. Their designers produce several new collections of high-end table, kitchen, bath, and bed linens each year. Other than importing the cotton, all other steps in the production are strictly made in France in their two factories , in Gérardmer, in France’s Vosges Mountains.
As a result of their commitment to French savoir-vivre, they’ve earned the label Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (on-truh-preez due pat-ree-mwahn veevahn) or “Living Heritage Enterprise.” This marks Garnier-Thiebaut as a French firm dedicated to local artisanship and industrial excellence. I’ve been admiring their beautiful aprons. They could make me actually want to cook dinner one of these days!