10 Things That Say Home to the Laundress Co-Founder Lindsey Boyd

published Jan 9, 2019
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If anyone can make doing laundry feel like a luxury rather than a chore, it’s the women behind The Laundress. Founded in 2004 by Lindsey Boyd and Gwen Whiting, The Laundress sells detergent and home cleaning products that pair effective, environmentally-friendly formulas with sophisticated packaging and scents. That marriage of purpose and aesthetics is something Boyd carries into her whole home, where even her broom is thoughtfully chosen.

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“It’s always been important to me to fill my home with things that are made to last,” she says. “I’d rather invest in a well-crafted item that I can keep forever and pass down to my children than… on something that will end up in a landfill in a couple of years.” We asked her to share some of her favorite pieces that she and her family enjoy today, tomorrow, and for years to come.

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Linen Core Sheet Set, $249 at Brooklinen

“I love their cotton sheets, so I’m excited to try out the linen set—they wash beautifully in The Laundress detergents.”

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Handmade Porcelain Textured Dinnerware, starting at $180 at at Food52

“White dinnerware makes it easy to accessorize your table for any season. This set is extra special as the texture looks like linen.”

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No. 10 Signature Detergent,$19 at The Laundress

“I wash all of my sheets and towels in the No. 10 Detergent. This scent is one of my all-time favorites!”

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Olive Wood Honey Dipper, $9 at Oliviers and Co

“We consume a ton of honey in our house — this olive wood honey dipper makes snack time even sweeter.”

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Daisy Pillow, $80 at Oeuf

“This brand makes the most incredible wool pieces for kids — their pillows are perfect for my kids’ rooms.”

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Large Storage Box, $30 at The Laundress

“I use the Large Storage Boxes in white for my kids’ rooms to store books, toys, and stuffed animals. They’re great for swimsuits and other seasonal items, too!”

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Hooded Broom, $300 at Custodian

“How chic is this broom? The artisanal quality makes sweeping feel like less of a chore.”

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“I’m dreaming about updating our wine glass collection.”

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Mini Baby Bear Head, $62 at Maisonette

“My son has [some of] these animal heads over his bed—we have fun telling stories about them during bedtime.”

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Mabel Geo Tall Vase, $475 at Aerin

“Fresh flowers can always be found in my home. Aerin has a chic selection of home décor; I especially love her vases.”