Jane Scott

About

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As the founder and owner of Leontine Linens, Jane Scott Hodges (Jane Scott) is credited with reviving the art of couture linens for everyday use. She has set herself apart from her contemporaries in the design community with her custom linens that are at once beautiful and practical for today’s reality of muddy paw prints and spilled cocktails.

Leontine Linens, celebrating its 20th Anniversary, can be found in the most beautiful, private homes across the country and abroad, from historic estates to modern penthouses. Jane Scott collaborates with the most preeminent interior designers and architects for projects of every scale. Her linens have been featured in shelter magazines worldwide, including House Beautiful, Elle Decor, Traditional Home, Town & Country, Architectural Digest and Southern Living to name a few.

Jane Scott Linen Closet

In the Spring of 2014 Jane Scott published her first book with Rizzoli; Linens: For Every Room & Occasion. Linens offers both visual inspiration and practical information, and is the ultimate guide to living and entertaining with fine linens.

Jane Scott is a passionate philanthropist, and supports many organizations, including:

  • Ogden Museum of Southern Art – Board Member (New Orleans)
  • Impact 100 – Founding Member (New Orleans)
  • Preservation Resource Center (New Orleans)
  • Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses – Board Member (New Orleans)
  • Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation
  • The Bone Marrow Foundation (New York)
  • Lenox Hill Neighborhood House (New York)
  • New Orleans Museum of Art (New Orleans)
  • New Orleans Botanical Gardens (New Orleans)
  • Friends of Longue Vue (New Orleans)
  • Greenwich Historical Society (Greenwich, CT) 

Awards Include:

  • Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumni Achievement Award – 2016
  • Martha Stewart American Made Award – 2015
  • New Orleans City Business Women of the Year Honoree – 2014

“Jane Scott Hodges has spent the past two decades studying, collecting and innovating her luxurious line. The result is the ultimate bible on the subject and the title says it all. Sharing practical advice on how to live and entertain with fine linens, the book covers the art and process as well as insights on use and care.”

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Properties

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Leontine Linens
Linen Sense

Eleanor Beard

The Eleanor Beard studio was founded in 1921, by its namesake in the small town of Hardinsburg, Kentucky.  The Studio developed into the premier provider of couture linens for bed, bath, table and person, catering to those who appreciate the handmade and hard-to-find techniques used by the studio. Leontine’s founder Jane Scott Hodges, much like Eleanor Beard, celebrates the notion of sustaining a truly American art form and making it part of discriminating homes across the world. In 2002, Jane Scott Hodges became the proud owner of Eleanor Beard Studio.

Leontine Linens

Every piece of linen tells a story. And every stitch sewn is done out of passion, out of a love for an art that was once fading. 

Founded in New Orleans in 1996 by Jane Scott Hodges, Leontine Linens is preserving and reinventing this classic art form, infusing it with a modern twist. This is what Leontine creates. Modern, handcrafted linens that will one-day hold your stories, all of them.

LINENS: For Every Room and Occasion

Offering both visual inspiration and practical information, Jane Scott Hodges’ Linens: For Every Room and Occasion is the ultimate guide to living and entertaining with fine textiles. Whether your style is classic or modern, casual or formal, crisply pressed or nonchalantly rumpled, linens are uniquely adaptable to the way you live and decorate and the surest way to put a memorable stamp on your home.

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