Lets face it, Linen sheets are expensive.
Many who have made the upgrade from Cotton sheets to Linen have told us 'once you go linen, you'll never go back'
So what really is Linen, and why the hell is it so expensive?
We've uncovered the key features below...
Linen is the strongest natural fiber in the world and is 30% thicker and stronger than cotton, which makes it super durable and long wearing. This natural durability makes linen a smart investment for a long time relationship.
Linen is a highly breathable and heat-conductive fabric. In the cooler months the Linen retains heat from your body to keep you nice and warm. During the summer, the natural properties of the hollow flax fibres allow the air to circulate freely which helps to cool you off.
Linen is made from one of the greenest fabrics around, the Flax Plant. This resilient plant can flourish in almost any environment and requires much less water than Cotton. Less chemicals are required to treat the fibres and its completely bio-degradable for when the time comes to say goodbye.
Linen has a distinct ‘lived in’ crinkled look which makes it so easy to care for. The porous fabric is easily cleaned, dried then thrown back on the bed for another round. The more you wash & use your Linen sheets, the softer they become.
The linen fibres wick moisture and dry out much faster than cotton which is the best benefit of it’s natural antibacterial properties. Because it doesn't let bacteria build up, Linen is perfect for people who suffer from allergies and restless nights.