Linen Bedding & Bed Sheets Made from the Finest Flax

Have you discovered the comfort of sleeping under 100% linen bedding? Made with love in Portugal from the finest flax yarns, linen's natural fibres make brilliantly breathable bedsheets and bedding that keeps your body temperature regulated throughout the night. Available in a range fabulous colours, our linen bedding has a soft laundered finish that gets softer with each wash. We also have fabulous plains and ticking stripes in a mix of linen and cotton. Whichever you choose, we can promise your bed will feel fabulous and the environment will benefit from you opting for natural linen bed sheets and bedding.

Is Linen good for bedding?

How often should you wash linen bedding?

Linen bedding is not only comfortable and of course stylish, but it's also easy to care for. Many people wonder how often they should wash their linen bedding to keep it fresh and clean. The answer depends on how frequently you use it and your personal preferences. As a general rule, it's recommended to wash your linen sheets every 1-2 weeks, although some people choose to wash them more or less frequently. Find out how often you should wash your linen using our handy Clean Sheets Calculator. If you tend to sweat a lot or have allergies, you may want to wash your linen bedding more often. It's important to follow the care instructions. We recommend washing at 30 degrees, using a gentle detergent, washing in cold water, and avoiding bleach. With proper care, your linen bedding will stay fresh, soft, and comfortable for years to come.

Does linen bedding need ironing?

Linen bedding is a popular choice for those who love a natural and relaxed look in their bedroom. However, many people wonder if linen bedding needs to be ironed to look its best. The answer is, it depends on your personal preferences. Some people prefer the crisp look of ironed linen sheets, while others love the natural and slightly wrinkled appearance of unironed linen bedding. Linen is a fabric that naturally wrinkles and creases, so if you choose not to iron your linen bedding, it won't affect the quality or comfort of the sheets. However, if you do prefer a more polished look, ironing your linen bedding is easy and straightforward. Simply use a steam iron on a low heat setting to smooth out any wrinkles. Overall, whether or not to iron your linen bedding is a matter of personal preference, and you can enjoy the comfort and beauty of linen sheets either way