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Important Linens Wholesale Terms

Linens are textiles that are used in all sorts of settings. These fabrics are used in dining, bathing and bedroom locations. Types of linens include bed sheets, towels and cloth napkins. Sheets and towels come in all sorts of sizes and colors. Textile manufacturers will make fabrics made of cotton, silk and polyester. Luxury linens will be sewn with a higher thread count. Fine dining restaurants will purchase tablecloths and napkins for their tables. In order to combat costs, tablecloths and napkins may be purchased cheaply in bulk from a wholesale location. Hotels that purchase bath towels and robes may have their embroidery included to signify their brand. A wedding party will also have linens personalized to mark the occasion and celebrate the event. If you decide to buy linen wholesale it is important to know some basic terminology to help you in your process.

  • Duvet Cover - This is a type of bedding that is filled with feathers and sits as the covering for a bed. A duvet cover works as a good insulator to keep someone warm while sleeping.
  • Embroidery - An embroidery is the art of decorating a piece of fabric with a sign or symbol with a needle and thread. An embroidery is a way to personalize in object.
  • Surplus - Surplus is a term used to describe a situation where there is more supply than demand. When a manufacturer is experiencing a surplus, they may sell items cheaply until the demand rises.
  • Thread Count - Tread count is determined by counting the amount of filling yarns and warp yarns within one square inch of a piece of linen.
  • Sham - A sham is a decorative covering for a pillow. It's often decorative for throw pillows places in living rooms.
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    Pinkrosegirls
    2008 Macedonia Ch Rd, Monroe, NC 28112
    Linens, bedding, antique and new shabby-chic to French country housewares -- all items to enhance a romantic home. Consider Pinkrosegirls your choice for exceptional wholesale linens for all your needs.
    (704) 296-1190
    Bed Bath and Beyond
    1515 N Pointe Dr Ste 135, Durham, NC 27705
    (919) 317-8995
    Baltic Linen Co
    4031 Windspray Loop, Summerfield, NC 27358
    (336) 643-0424
    World Link Industries
    2726 Rosegate Ln, Charlotte, NC 28270
    (704) 321-0222
    Special Event Linen Company
    2443 Industrial Park Rd, Lincolnton, NC 28092
    (704) 748-1003
    Alsco
    365 Dalton Ave, Charlotte, NC 28206
    (704) 332-8157
    Vara Home USA LLC
    11301 Carmel Commons Blvd Ste 100, Charlotte, NC 28226
    (704) 752-4189


    Linens are textiles that are used in all sorts of settings. These fabrics are used in dining rooms, bath and bedrooms. Types of linens include bed sheets, towels and cloth napkins. Sheets and towels come in all sorts of sizes and colors. Textile manufacturers make fabrics made of cotton, silk and polyester. Luxury linens will be sewn with a higher thread count. Fine dining restaurants will purchase tablecloths and napkins for their tables. In order to combat costs, tablecloths and napkins may be purchased cheaply in bulk from a wholesale location. Hotels that purchase bath towels and robes may have embroidery included to signify their brand. A wedding party will often have linens personalized to mark the occasion and celebrate the event.

  • Duvet Cover - This is a type of bedding that is filled with feathers and sits as the covering for a bed. A duvet cover works as a good insulator to keep someone warm while sleeping.
  • Embroidery - Embroidery is the art of decorating a piece of fabric with detailed work done using a needle and thread. Embroidery is often used as a way to personalize an object.
  • Surplus - Surplus is a term used to describe a situation where there is more supply than demand. When a manufacturer is experiencing a surplus, they may sell items cheaply until the demand rises.
  • Thread Count - The thread count is determined by counting the amount of filling yarns and warp yarns within one square inch of a piece of linen.
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