Introducing our Summer 2022 Collection

Designed artfully. Crafted expertly. Made with love.

Our Summer 2022 Collection is at once poetic and pragmatic – an ode to nature, and a primer on the fundamentals of luxury bedding.

With beautiful, textural and all-natural Italian linen fabrics as our canvas, we’ve added a lush and elegant palette of earth-inspired colorations for a fresh + new assortment of artisan-crafted bedding.

Fine bedding is like fine art that has been collected and curated with care and consideration.

Check out a preview of our Summer 2022 Collection in our latest newsletter. Not subscribed? No problem – email us and we’ll send it over. Our twice-monthly newsletter is free, and keeps our customers informed on our news and musings at TL at Home.

Our Summer 2022 Collection officially launches at this Summer’s Markets – first at the Dallas Total Home + Gift Market (June 22-28), followed by Atlanta Market (July 12-18) + then Las Vegas Market (July 24-28) – from our CODARUS showrooms!

Come see us at the Markets and shop the collection! Walk-ins are always welcome. But we encourage you to make an appointment to ensure we can serve you at your convenience.

Contact us via email or phone:

OR go HERE to request an appointment with our CODARUS reps at a specific market.



In this new two-part series, we invite you into TL at Home’s distinctive design technique – how we assemble luxury linen looks for our house line as well as develop custom goods for our clients.

And we give you an insider’s glimpse into the masterful handiwork of our sewists as they carefully, expertly, lovingly craft our products – from fabric to finish.

The beauty of our all-natural bedding – cotton and linen, NEVER dyed – is grounded in the beauty of our process, our people and our penchant for sustainable products and practices whenever possible in what we make and what we deliver.

Watch Part 1 here TODAY, and tune in again here TOMORROW for Part 2.

Let us inspire you.

Click here: TL – Behind the Seams – part 1


@SeibelsCottage is one of our favorite and longest running retail partners.

Distinct in style and dependable in quality and customer service, Seibels traces its roots all the way back to the late 1800s.

Today, the Homewood, Alabama-based store specializes in home furnishings that promise “the quality and craftsmanship of an earlier time, with a rustic contemporary blend of current lines and classic styles” and are well-suited for lake homes, mountain cabins, beach homes and casual living “just about anywhere.”

We echo that sentiment at TL at Home, and we’re proud our luxury linens have long been a fixture in Seibels’ assortment.

Owner Kelly Seibels shared some of the reasons he and his customers love TL at Home and why he believes our products are among the store’s best sellers:

  • “Timeless” designs and artisanship
  • Domestic operations
  • Top quality
  • “Fantastic” customer service
  • “Great” staff

Shop TL at Home‘s collection at Seibels Cottage online HERE.


Recently, I took my first class in needle felting at a local shop near my new home.

In case you aren’t sure what needle felting is, it’s a transitional crafting art form in which wool is transformed into 3D objects using a barbed needle. In felting wool, you are agitating its fibers so they bond together to create a solid fabric that depicts a pattern or design of your choice.

Many of my favorite Christmas ornaments are needle-felted – which is why when I heard about the class I was eager to join in.

My teacher was great, very hands-on and helpful, sharing her knowledge and technique as well as some DIY books. On her instruction, I decided on a reference image to get me started. My base was a piece of stretched wool. I then layered it with other small pieces that I ultimately assembled into my own interpretation of my oceanfront lawn. (See top left image)

I’m so happy with my accomplishment that I’m framing it to hang it in my new house.

The experience of learning and creating was so much fun. It gave me joy to be in a class with others, working on a project and creating something with my hands using a fiber that I’m so familiar with in my own life and career.

Last month, I got to pass along that joy to my sister Elyse and her husband Shane when they came for a visit to see our new house. I seized the opportunity to put to good use my newly acquired skills, and gave them a mini lesson so they could create something to take home. I think their creations look amazing.

This image shows their joint results – hers the top, inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night; his below it, inspired by the view to our property.

The best part: These handmade pieces will serve as reminders of our weekend together.