Health and comfort
It's hard to deny the benefits of natural fiber bedding . Linen is not only no exception to this rule, but also stands out from other fabrics, thanks to its exceptional properties .
Linen was used by the Romans and Greeks as the main material for making togas. The reason people have preferred this fabric throughout history is its strength, softness, stain resistance and ability to wick moisture. Modern research proves that linen bedding is ideal for people with allergies, eczema, dermatitis or just sensitive skin and is the best choice for a children's bedroom.
Warm in winter and cool in summer
In our imagination, linen is always associated with summer clothes and hot weather. In fact, being a natural fiber, linen provides a very comfortable microclimate even in the colder months.
Unlike other natural fabrics, linen fibers are hollow. This allows air and moisture to move naturally, keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer. For those who are constantly freezing, a linen duvet cover and a linen quilt are ideal choices.
Linen fiber bedding is soft. It is somewhat rougher than cotton, but this is hardly a drawback. In addition, linen becomes even softer and more pleasant to wear and after each wash. Some studies show that sleeping on such sheets has a gentle massage effect that helps prevent premature aging of the skin.
Linen is an extremely durable textile, much stronger than cotton. Flax fibers are thicker and longer, which affects the wear resistance of the fabric.
"Linseed fibers are used in the production of paper money to increase their durability"
Linen bedding is a worthy investment as it lasts twice as long as cotton bedding, not to mention synthetic fabrics. Although linen made from linen is usually more expensive (due to the laborious process of processing flax), it is worth it. Linen bedding is so strong and durable that the sets are often passed down from generation to generation.
Linen sheets, pillowcases and duvet covers have a stunningly natural and expensive look unlike any other textiles. Linen is perhaps the only material that can fit perfectly into almost any interior, creating a versatile aesthetic appeal.
Nothing beats 100% natural, comfortable look and feel linen bedding in your bedroom. Pastel fabrics give your home an air of exclusivity that even the most luxurious prints cannot provide.