Linen might be considered one of the most luxurious modern-day fabric, but linen is anything but new. Grown mainly throughout northern Europe and Russia, flax - the fiber used to produce linen - is also used in a wide variety of products loved worldwide.
Benefits of Linen
The Linen Look
Linen has a beautiful natural color, ranging from ivory to ecru, and it can be dyed in many different colors and patterns. The linen look is relaxed, sophisticatedly rugged and always imperfectly perfect.Sustainable
The Linen Sustainability
Linen delivers more than a peacefully unassuming look and touch; it is also one of the most sustainable fabrics available.
The method of producing Linen is eco-friendly and its life cycle has a small ecological footprint due to the lower use of water, pesticides and fertilizers in growing flax. In addition, the byproducts of flax are used in a variety of products.
The Linen Properties
Linen is naturally breathable, antistatic, thermoregulating and hypoallergenic, making it the most ideal fabric for year-round use. Whether you need a swaddle for your baby, linen sheets for your bed or throws for lazy afternoons, Linen is guaranteed to be a heavenly option.
The Linen Heirloom Quality
Linen products can last generations. Linen is the strongest natural fiber, being ~30% sturdier than cotton, Linen fabrics can usually hold perfectly for two to three decades, while cotton sheets commonly last between two to five years. Lilla & Charles believes that Linen Bedding is a worthy investment for your family.