Caring for your linen

How do I care for my linen? 

Linen is a natural material and has been used as a fabric for thousands of years. Its durability enables linen to withstand the rigours of everyday life and still look and feel luxurious.

When it comes to washing, simplicity is key.


  • Use lukewarm or cold wash in soft water on a gentle cycle
  • Use a mild detergent
  • Rinse well
  • Line dry or a cool setting in your tumble dryer. TIP: (If you'd prefer to minimise ironing time) When using a tumble dryer, remove the linen whilst it is still a little damp and hang it or lie it flat to complete the drying process. 
  • Ironing while slightly damp on a moderate steam setting also speeds up the time it takes to iron.
  • Store in a cool, dry place


  • Use detergents with fabric brighteners because they weaken the fibres of your linen
  • Use Hot Water
  • Wash in hard water. If you don’t have an option, please use a fabric softener.
  • Spin dry using a hot setting
  • Dry Clean
  • Use bleach
  • Store in plastic

Caring for Hand-Painted linen

Because your napery has been hand painted using fabric paints, and is made from pre-washed, 100% French flax linen, please treat it with care. See above for general 

All our products have been rigorously tested, however for the longevity of this delicate fabric please use a cold delicate hand wash with a gentle laundry liquid.

Hang them out to dry in the shade and if you must use a cool iron only on their reverse side. Please don't tumble dry. 

Bleach, tumble drying or dry cleaning will damage this product.

Treat them with kindness and they’ll be yours for many years to come.

how we care

Linen is for life as are the memories we create when gathered together around a table. Our products have been made to stand the test of time, ready to be passed down just like Granny's recipes. 

We're busting when pride when it comes to our products because we source supremely soft, environmentally friendly fabric made exclusively made from flax, a natural fibre known for its durability, lasting for centuries.

OEKO-TEX certified

This certification means that our fabric is tested to make sure no harmful substances are used before it’s sent to us. Our linen is carefully dyed free from harmful chemicals. We prioritise sustainable practices, safeguarding the ecosystem throughout the entire process. By the time our linen reaches your home, you can be confident that it has been produced with unwavering dedication to environmental preservation.

Authentically FRENCH

While the flax plant can be grown worldwide, we specifically source ours from Normandy, France. This region offers premium production due to its optimal climatic conditions that enable the cultivation of flax in a natural and ecologically responsible manner, without the need for pesticides or hazardous chemicals. A stamp of approval is sent with every shipment highlighting that our flax is authentically grown in France before being sent to be manufactured.


Our linen is certified under the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) which ensures that our products are manufactured under stringent standards for social criteria such as working conditions, pay, health and safety throughout the supply chain.

The SA8000 Standard is a document that is independently audited in relation to the protection of workers’ rights. By having this certificate, it means that the factory has upheld SA8000 compliance for three years beforehand and continues to do so with regular checks.