The Johansson family established the company in the 1920s in the weaving mill in the village of Klässbols in Värmland in Sweden.

They are famous for their woven natural linen, producing a large range of tableclothes, napkins and dishtowels. These fine linens are of the highest quality and are not only used in Swedish embassies throughout the World but are also used for the table settings for the formal banquet that follows the Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm in December every year.