Welcome to John England The Home of Fine Irish Linen
John England supplies worldwide mostly linen and linen blend fabrics for apparel, curtaining, upholstery, printing, napery, handkerchiefs, table linen, bedlinen, etc. (Click here for more uses)
The strength of the company is the ability to offer quickly from stock, quality linens to our customers at very competitive prices and reasonable minimum order levels. With a personal service.
We hold a stock of dyed fabrics in our more popular lines, and we have a weaving factory on our premises where we can weave special custom fabrics or unique Jacquard designs up to 3 metres in width. We can also dye to order, again with very reasonable minumum order levels (please click here for more info.). We have an in-house laundry and all our fabrics can be supplied pre-shrunk and softened (washed).
John England has been supplying innovative linens to fashion and interior designers for almost half a century, and now has a thriving theatricals department, offering costume designers affordable theatrical fabrics for movie, television and theatre productions.
All our designs woven on Jacquard looms are totally unique trend setting designs, and cannot be bought elsewhere. We do not stand still and constantly produce new creations often inspired by things we see in the world around us, and we find it is often very interesting for customers to hear the story behind each design.
The John England brand is synonymous throughout the world for superbly designed and crafted linens, that are effortlessly on-trend. As you'd expect, with such a long history and impeccable lineage in the industry we are proud members of both Masters of Linen and the Irish Linen Guild.
John England Theatrical Linens is a division of John England that focuses on selling fabrics to the theatre, film and TV industries (please click here for more info). John England has been the supplier of preference for costume and set design linens for a number of years. We specialize in the supply of linens to film productions.
"The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.”