Linen Fabric and Colours

Here are available colours for our bed linens. Please click on a colour or see details for individual colours below.

100% Linen fabric

100% Linen fabric

pure linen stripes blue

100% linen ivory off-white damask stripes

Stripes Multicolour

Stripes Pink

Stripes Blue

Ivory Jacquard

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White Jacquard

White Regular

Oatmeal

 

 

Colour Details

 

100% Linen

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Stripes Pink

 

Material content: 100% Linen.

 

Stripes of colour on white - to brighten the room and the mood. The colour is robust, does not fade and can be machine washed in hot water for a splash of colour in the bedroom.

 

Striped fabric is thick and heavy, looks crisp and feels solid on touch, with its linen signature rough texture. It becomes softer with washings.

 

Due to it thickness and heavy weight this fabric is good for fitted sheets. Duvet covers, while still can be made from this fabric, are more bulky and heavy than from our thinner fabrics.

 

Weight per surface area unit*:

185 g/m2.

 

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100% linen, stripes multicolour

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Stripes Multicolour

 

Material content: 100% Linen.

 

Stripes of various colours on white - to brighten the room and the mood. The colour is robust, does not fade and can be machine washed in hot water for a splash of colour in the bedroom.

 

Striped fabric is thick and heavy, looks crisp and feels solid on touch, with its linen signature rough texture. It becomes softer with washings.

 

Due to it thickness and heavy weight this fabric is good for fitted sheets. Duvet covers, while still can be made from this fabric, are more bulky and heavy than from our thinner fabrics.

 

Weight per surface area unit*:

185 g/m2.

 

The stripes patterns on actual product might be not exactly as shown.

 

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pure linen blue stripes

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Stripes Blue

 

Material content: 100% Linen.

 

Stripes of blue, red and pink on white - to brighten the room and the mood. The colour is robust, does not fade and can be machine washed in hot water for a splash of colour in the bedroom.

 

Striped fabric is thick and heavy, looks crisp and feels solid on touch, with its linen signature rough texture. It becomes softer with washings.

 

Due to it thickness and heavy weight this fabric is good for fitted sheets. Duvet covers, while still can be made from this fabric, are more bulky and heavy than from our thinner fabrics.

 

Weight per surface area unit*:

185 g/m2.

 

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linen ivory off-white damask

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Ivory Jacquard

 

Material content: 100% Linen.

 

This fabric has a striped jacquard pattern. I it is not bright white, but rather is off-white-ish type. Below is a picture of 3 different whites we have put together for comparision.

 

Ivory Jacquard fabric is a thinner variety compared to our other fabrics. Its texture is not that rough as of our other linen fabrics, the fabric is smoother and softer, while still is crisp. It becomes softer with washings compared to new fabric, while still retaining its texture.

 

Since the fabric is thinner (compared to our other fabrics) and lighter, duvet covers made of it are not as bulky as those made from striped fabric, and therefore are easier to handle and take less time to dry in a dryer. It is also good for sheets.

 

The fabric is less tight woven compared to other fabric, and might be not long lasting.

 

Weight per surface area unit*:

155 g/m2.

 

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pure linen fabric-100% linen

Here we can see clearly the difference between various whites. From left to right: oatmeal, white jacquard, ivory jacquard, white regular.

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colour: jacquard

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White Jacquard

 

Material content: 100% Linen.

 

This fabric has an exquisite white-on-white pattern. Despite it showing dark on the image for better visibility, the actual fabric is pure white (snow-white, really).

 

White Jacquard fabric is a thinner variety compared to our other fabrics. Its texture is not that rough as of our other linen fabrics, the fabric is smoother and softer, while crisp and durable. After washings its jacquard pattern becomes muted and less noticeable as opposed to new fabric. It becomes softer with washings compared to new fabric, while still retaining its texture.

 

Since the fabric is thinner (compared to our other fabrics) and lighter, duvet covers made of it are not as bulky as those made from striped fabric, and therefore are easier to handle and take less time to dry in a dryer. It also is good for sheets.

 

The fabric is less tight woven compared to other fabric, and might be not long lasting.

 

Weight per surface area unit*:

155 g/m2.

 

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100% linen fabric samples

Here we can see clearly the difference between various whites. From left to right: oatmeal, white jacquard, ivory jacquard, white regular.

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colour: white regular

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White Regular

 

Material content: 100% Linen.

 

This is pure white linen fabric, which is classic, simple, and easy to keep white.

 

The fabric white colour differs from batch to batch, so if you order a fitted sheet today, and pillowcases later, they might be of different shades.

 

In most cases the white is more into warm, creamy shade of white area, though, again, it might differ.

 

White Regular fabric is thick, relatively heavy and crisp, with linen signature rough texture. It becomes softer with washings. The fabric is simple to care for, while having all the benefits of pure linen fabric.

 

Weight per surface area unit*:

170 g/m2.

 

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100% linen fabric samples

Here we can see clearly the difference between various whites. From left to right: oatmeal, white jacquard, ivory jacquard, white regular.

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Oatmeal

 

Material content: 100% Linen.

 

This is a mix of grey/light brown and white threads. The resulting colour can be described as light grey or as oatmeal. The fabric colour differs from batch to batch, so if your goal is to get a very specific shade to go with your room decor, it might be a difficult goal to achieve. Also, if you order a fitted sheet today, and pillowcases later, they might be of different shades.

 

Oatmeal fabric is crisp and not very thick, with linen signature rough texture. It becomes softer with washings.

 

It is good for sheets and for duvet covers, as is not very bulky.

 

The fabric is simple to care for while having all the benefits of pure linen fabric.

 

Weight per surface area unit*:

165 g/m2.

 

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100% linen grey

 

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* "Threads per inch" measurement is not used for linen sheets unlike as for cotton. Other measurements are used, one of them is weight per unit of surface area. Here, it gives an idea of how thick the fabric is and allows to compare various fabrics.

 

Comparision of fabric types

 

Colour

Stripes (Pink, Multicolour, Blue)

Ivory Jacquard

White Jacquard

White Regular

Oatmeal

Content

100% linen

100% linen

100% linen

100% linen

100% linen

Weight, g/m2

185

155

155

170

165

Thickness

thick and heavy

thinner**

thinner**

regular

regular to thinner

Does colour fade with time?

no

no

no

no

no

Ability to stay dry, fresh and cool

excellent

excellent

excellent

excellent

excellent

Does it become softer with more washings?

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Resulting room design

adds splash of colour

fresh, classic look

fresh, classic look

fresh, classic look

fresh, classic look

 

** "Thinner" means this fabric is thinner comparative to our other linen fabrics. It still feels pretty solid on touch. That's why we don't call it "thin" - there are other linen fabric out there (generally speaking; because we don't carry them) which are thin, but this is not one of them.

 

Material content:

 

All fabrics shown on this page are made from 100% linen.

 

Seams:

 

100% linen fabric is manufactured in limited widths. That means that sheets (except for smaller sizes) are made with seams. We locate seams so they are naturally blended into design and take into account your comfort and enjoyment with this luxury bedding. Seams look neat and create polished image. Seams on linen linens are actually an additional prove that the fabric is 100% linen.

 

Shrinkage:

 

Being a natural fibre linen shrinks significantly after being washed in hot water for the first time. We take that into account. New linens should be washed before using them. Washing instructions are shown on each product individual label.

 

Fabric care recommendations.