Our linen collection was mindfully crafted to get better as it ages. The fabric will get softer with use, and unlike some may think, linen is as easy to care for as other bedding materials.
Because linen is a natural fiber some lint can be expected during the first few washes, as well as some shedding. This is completely normal and will fade with use and regular washing. Also, due to the dyeing process, slight variations in color may occur.
We recommend washing your new item before using. For best results, follow our simple guide:
- We recommend separating colors and materials while machine washing. Go for the gentle or delicate cycles, and if you can, wash your linen with other natural fibers like cotton.
- While linen can be washed in warm water, for environmental purposes we prefer washing it in cold water.
- We like using all-natural, phosphate-free, dye-free detergents.
- Do not bleach. No softeners are needed.
- Line dry, or tumble dry on low-heat and remove promptly. To avoid excessive wrinkles, we like wool dryer balls - avoid dryer sheets.
- We love the relaxed look of linen, but if wrinkles are not your thing use a steamer or iron as needed.
- Only store when completely dry.