guide to linen

Wild yet refined. Woven from flax and revered for dual characteristics of luxury and utility, historically linen had the versatility to be used for ship sails and Egyptian royalty.
2 to 3 times stronger than cotton, linen's tensile strength increases when wet, making it ideal for practical household use.
Naturally inhibits bacteria, fungi, and microflora. Say goodbye to harmful and foul smelling towels.
Quick to dry yet can hold up to 20 times its weight in water. Convenient for drying dishes and hands.
Stain resistant and easy care, linen can be ironed for crisp lines or admired for its distinct soft crumpled texture.
Lint and static free, perfect for polishing wine glasses.
Linen grows finer and softer, maintaining its unique properties after repeated washing. Enjoy for a lifetime.
Efficient ecological production. Linen uses 5 to 20 times less water and energy than cotton and synthetic fabrics, and no part of the flax plant goes to waste. Support sustainability.
Washing instructions:
For best results machine wash warm, tumble dry warm