I like things that are unconventional and out of the ordinary. I want designs that can't be found just anywhere. Sin In Linen does that with their bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and apparel line. The name alone draws me in. It makes me think fun, flirty, and of course, sinful.
Sin In Linen was launched by Sandy Glaze in partnership with her mother, Iris. Sin In Linen provides home textile consumers with an array of imaginative designs.
These Flash Ivory pajama pants would be fun to wear while lounging around.
This Flame Shower Curtain would be an interesting piece to add to the bathroom.
I received the Wild Thing "Pink Zebra" duvet cover and pillowcases for review. You may think that I'd let my teenage girls get a hold of this since it may be geared more for them. Wrong! I immediately fell in love with the style and knew it'd look cute in my bedroom. Of course, my husband wasn't too thrilled with pink on the bed. But he did like the overall design. I found them to be easy to sleep on and the fabric was not itchy or scratchy. I've also washed them and they've went through wash and dry just fine.
If you're like me, I did not know what a duvet cover was until I received this one. A duvet cover is like a big pillowcase for your comforter. You can change up the style of your comforter with just a slip of one of these. My regular comforter is brown. With the Pink Zebra duvet cover, I have a whole new design.
There's not a thing at Sin In Linen that I don't like. I'd be thrilled to have my home stocked with all of their items. However, I could see how others may find some of the designs to be a little too risque for their style.
I received product for review from Sin In Linen. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products, as your opinion may vary.