Fig Linens and Home Has A New Abode!

With a fresh location, the local iconic home décor shop has even dreamier ways to luxe-up your house.

Fig Linens has a new home! For 20 years, the linens and décor boutique has been Westport’s premiere location for luxury bedding, towels, and table linens. Now, the iconic shop has made its way to Church Lane. The idyllic brick lane houses many beloved 06880 businesses, including Sorelle Gallery and Pink Sumo Sushi, and offers the kind of quiet charm that draws people from all over the state to downtown Westport. Fig Linens and Home’s relocation has added another gem to its ranks.

We’ve loved John Robshaw’s designs inspired by traditional Indian block prints for almost 20 years, but the bright blue flowers of the Zoya bedding are an absolute favorite.

The new Church Lane location offers Fig Linens and Home the exciting opportunity to expand its custom offerings. Carlin van Noppen, Fig’s founder, told Westport Magazine: “We are so thrilled about the space for a design center in our new store. Our range of custom bedding and bath linens has so much room to grow in the spacious location and the team is excited to work on more bespoke designs and monograms in this space. Even better, the new shop is full to the brim with natural light, perfect for comparing fabric samples and paint chips to help you find the perfect match for your home.” She continued: “We can’t wait to welcome new and familiar faces to Fig on Church Lane!”

The crisp cotton percale and subtle stripe of Matouk’s essex bedding makes for a sleek and timeless addition to your bedroom. This style is available in 13 colors and always in stock at Fig Linens and Home.

Anyone who has visited Fig over the past two decades knows the shop is a joy. The cozy, woman-owned boutique is home to walls and walls of beautiful linens featuring some of the most coveted names in the industry: think Matouk, Sferra and Frette. Special orders and custom bedding are Fig Linens and Home’s bread and butter, with thousands of fabric samples offering seemingly endless home textile options.

The beautiful pebbles of Matouk’s Nikita bedding are the perfect way to add subtle texture to
your bedding.

Furthermore, Fig Linens and Home is design-led, meaning that you can expect much more than white sheets in this linen shop. The shelves are full of bright colors and stylish patterns from celebrated designers, including John Robshaw and Ryan Studio. Best of all, it’s a one-stop shop, where you can source everything from down comforters to duvets, and sleep pillows to silk masks all within the homey walls.

Abyss and Habidecor make Fig’s best selling towels with fluffier than a cloud and made in 60 unique and vibrant thread colors.

Despite the big names on the shelves, Fig Linens and Home retains its charming, brick-and-mortar feel. A visit to the shop is likely to land you in conversation with Carlin Van Noppen, the owner and brains behind the brand. With her quick wit, sharp eye and Southern drawl, Carlin offers unparalleled expertise in the industry. A Fairfield County local for over 20 years, she has worked with many of the area’s best interior designers and homeowners to decorate beautiful homes in Westport and beyond.

Enchant your guests with Le Jacquard Francais’s table linens. The combination of centuries of French craftsmanship with bright and colorful modern designs make for an unforgettable tablescape

We can’t wait to see what this next chapter holds.

Visit the shop at 7 Church Lane in Westport or browse the website at Questions? The team is available by phone at 203-227-8669 or email at

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