“The Bedding That Made Me See The Linen Light.” -Domino

Sustainable. Luxurious. Beautiful.

The Collection

What Makes Us Different

Ultimate Softness

Every set of our linen bedding is stone washed, meaning it gets to you in a lovely soft texture and only gets better and softer with time. Our linen also keeps you cool without sacrificing comfort and softness. It's also easy to care for: gentle machine wash and tumble dry on low, steam if preferred. It may also be dry cleaned.

Small Batch Sourced

Our linen is sourced in small batches, so you know you’re sleeping in the highest quality bedding possible. Each batch is sourced from the Normandy region of France, an area known for producing some of the best linen in the world. For more info, please visit the FAQ below.


We love the planet and know you do, too, so we’re committed to sustainability. Derived from flax, our French linen is incredibly sustainable as it does not require much water. Like our bamboo lyocell, our French linen bedding is Oeko-Tex Certified, meaning it is safe on the skin and free of toxic, harsh or harmful chemicals and detergents.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Created from the stalk of the flax plant, linen is a natural fiber that is resilient, breathable, and that softens to be more comfortable with time and use. It is considered a luxury fabric because of the manual creation process for the linen yarn used to craft the bedding.

Linen sheets are extremely comfortable. Our French Linen is stone washed, and it continues to get softer with each wash and each use.

French linen is optimal for use in all seasons. French linen sheets are designed to keep you cool in summer months and warm during the winter. Beyond that, French linen becomes softer and more comfortable with every wash, leading most people to fall more in love with their sheets as time goes on.

French linen has a longer lifespan than most cotton sheets due to the strength of the flax material. Additionally, unlike cotton sheets, French linen gets more comfortable as time goes on, providing you with more value for your money.

Yes, linen is considered a breathable material. The natural fiber plus the weave help add breathability to the material.

With proper care, French linen sheets can last multiple decades. French linen sheets lasting anywhere from 10-30 years are not uncommon. With the typical lifespan of cotton sheets being only 3-5 years, French linen's durability is unparalleled.

French linen comes from the flax plant, which can grow well in a variety of soil conditions. Flax also does not require much water, which is a large area of waste in fiber/fabric production. Each of our linens is also Oeko-Tex certified, meaning that toxic, harsh and harmful chemicals are not used in the creation or production of our materials.

Linen is a very strong and resilient material, and often lasts far longer than cotton because it breaks down much more slowly. For example, some materials break down after a couple years, whereas our linen (like a fine wine) only gets softer and more comfortable with time while maintaining durability. Our linen is also an extremely breathable and hypoallergenic which makes it cooling in summer, and it retains warmth in winter.

We source the flax from which our linen is made from the Normandy region of France.

Flat sheets are not necessary, but are useful if you prefer to reduce the time between washes of your duvet cover.

We do not focus on thread count for our bedding. It is a myth that higher thread counts are consistent with higher quality sheets, and the guidelines for thread count have not been formally outlined by the FTC. Linen is marked by GSM, which stands for grams per square meter. Generally, linen is 150 GSM, but our linen is between 175 and 180 GSM. While this can be an indication of durability and quality, we prefer to focus on other components such as sustainability, production, softness, and comfort as quality markers and put our energy into creating the best possible bedding products that meet these standards.

We offer our French linen bedding in the following sizes: Full, Queen, King, and California King.

Linen sheets should be washed every one to two weeks, depending on your preference and level of warmth/perspiration while sleeping.

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