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About Linen

we choose linen


As we were looking for our own ways to reconnect with nature and strive for choices that will help us feel healthy, we found true passion for linen, for its natural beauty and outstanding qualities and functionality.

healthy for us and our world

Linen itself is an environmentally friendly fabric as the cultivation and transformation of flax into linen requires fewer resources than most other fibers. And it is biodegradable.

Linen, because of its natural fibers and production process, is inherently hypoallergenic and is perfect even for small kids and those who have a sensitive skin or suffer from allergies.


outstanding qualities

Linen is naturally thermo-regulating – retaining heat from your body in the cold and keeping you cool when it’s warm.

Linen breathes naturally and offers superior breathability and comfort.

Linen is highly absorbent – rapidly absorbs and releases moisture, making it the perfect choice for any household linen.

Linen is resistant to static electric load and lessens in a half the influence of radiation and protects from ultraviolet.

Linen is exceptionally durable and long-lasting.

Linen is one of the few fabrics that actually gets better with age – softer, smoother and more lustrous. Linen creases very quickly but these characteristic creases also make linen special and are a sign of authenticity and good quality.


linen care


Linen can be both machine washed (40 C/104 F) in gentle cycle or hand-washed.

Linen should be washed with mild detergent formulated for delicate fabrics, softener also can be used, if necessary.

Wash separately or together with similar color fabrics.

Don’t overload the washing machine, so that linen can move easily, in other case it can become striped.

Linen can be dried gently in dryer on low heat and hanged or lied flat to finish the drying process.

Linen will be crumpled after washing so it should be properly hanged.

We do not recommend to iron linen as it is stonewashed and the wrinklyness is part of its charm, but if you must, do it on low heat when the fabric is still a little damp.