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Linen Bedding

The best Belgian and Italian linen bedding from master weavers, in stonewashed Panama, yarn-dyed melange, pinstripe, checked and vintage finishes. Simple refined linen bedding luxury.
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Linen yarn is made from flax plants - the stalks of the plants go through a process which releases the fibres, which are then sent to a spinning mill to be made into linen yarn. These yarns are then dyed and woven to create the unique texture of linen bedding.

Linen bedding has many benefits - it is very breathable and absorbs moisture, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. It is environmentally friendly , durable and improves with age, and yarn-dyed linen bedding retains its colour the longest. Linen bedding looks great in both modern and traditional homes (linen is also great for curtains).

Because linen is a natural yarn, linen bedding naturally has anti-microbial and anti-allergenic properties, making it good for people with allergies or sensitive skin. As with any fabric, it is important to ensure that it stays dry when stored to ensure no mould grows.

Linen bedding is made from natural linen yarns, so boiling linen bedding is never a good idea! For our linen bedding we recommend a cool wash at 40 degrees maximum, then hang to dry or tumble dry on a low heat. A trick is to let it dry naturally and then tumble dry for a few minutes if you want a softer finish.

There is no right or wrong way to iron linen bedding. Sometimes by ironing with steam if makes the linen softer and smoother - if you have a classic smooth linen then maybe this is a better option - if the linen bedding is stonewashed then its better to leave it natural.

Linen bedding is very durable. Linen has been used for thousands of years and the fibres are very strong - you can pull and stretch linen much more than cotton. If looked after properly, it will last for years.

It is fair to say that linen bedding and its materials are environmentally friendly - the flax plant uses little water to grow and no pesticides. It is also biodegradable and recyclable.

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