About Linen

Linen is crisp, clean and comfortable. Incredibly soft, yet strong and durable. The more it is used, the softer and stronger it becomes.


From farming and harvesting, to weaving and finishing, linen fabrics are one of the most environmentally friendly fibers in the world. The all natural process is much greener than cotton production, which requires the use of heavy machinery, pesticides and fertilizers. Flax also requires no irrigation, and relies on the consistent weather patterns of northern Europe for retting and refinement. We've carefully chosen our suppliers for the lowest levels of ecological impact; the majority of our items are produced in carbon-neutral facilities.


Linen’s extreme durability begs for heavy use. It can absorb a staggering 20% of its weight in moisture before feeling damp to the touch, and releases moisture to the air quickly and easily, remaining cool and dry. Its tensile strength is three times as stronger than cotton or wool. The natural durability is proven throughout history; linen is an heirloom in European cultures, passed down from generation to generation. Linen gets better with age, and lasts 12 times longer than cotton. The softness and strength are refined by warmth, friction and tension on the fibers. It becomes more flexible, supple and durable with each passing day, reflecting new character as time goes on.

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