Explore the Exquisite Ways of Linens

Kuan’s Living follows the rich heritage of Italian haute couture and rediscovers timeless designs from tens of thousands of laces in historical collections. Exquisite techniques and craftsmanship developed over decades lead to the creation of fine linen and a handicraft renaissance. The attention to detail in such finely crafted work is unmatchable by mass-produced linen.

Easy Care, Daily Use

Embrace the warmth of fine handcrafted linen

Kuan’s Living pays special attention to the artistry of handicrafts and strives to use lace to make durable household goods. Only high-quality materials ANGEL SKIN® are selected, and products are tested with machine washing, hand washing, and a variety of detergents. We hope customers who love lace linen will enjoy the beauty and comfort of our products and continue their quest for beautiful things in life.


Inspired by the Rococo floral designs of royal courts, this product line uses ornate frames and romantic composite embroidery stitches to evoke the style of the mansions of the 18th-century French aristocracy. It is simple, elegant, and luxurious.

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Inspired by artistic lacework in European museum collections, this product line combines several traditional techniques, including cutwork embroidery, satin stitches, and knot stitches. Considerable time is spent in the making of this exquisite linen which recreates the 18th-century royal symbol of the laurel crown.


This product line is inspired by the exquisite small lace pieces found in 19th-century European ladies’ wear. The craftsman uses collar- and sleeve-making techniques and threads ribbons through the round cutwork holes of the lace at irregular intervals to astonishing effect.


Inspired by the arched window frames of gothic architecture, this product line boasts exquisite cutwork lace embroidery and fine structure evoking the magnificent arches of the Westminster Abbey on the banks of the River Thames.


This retro lace with fluid S-shaped lines is inspired by wedding tiaras seen in the 18th-century Austro-Hungarian Empire. The exquisite European craftsmanship creates a three-dimensional effect, and the beautiful gem-like colors evoke nobility and splendor.


This exquisite fine lace can only be made using one of a handful of existing 1950s semi-manual lace machines. Made of 100% extra-long fiber cotton yarns, the fabrics go through a complex process that includes piercing and singeing to bring out museum-quality elegance that is soft to the touch.