French Linen Pillowcase Set
Luxury French Linen Pillow Covers
Includes 2 French linen pillow covers.
Sourced in small batches from France, our French linen pillowcases are the ultimate luxury. We create our linen pillowcases & covers mindfully and work to ensure that our process is environmentally friendly. Even better… our French linen is stonewashed for pillowcases with a lived-in softness, and they only get more comfortable with time!
Our French linen pillow covers are made from 100% French Flax Linen, sourced in batches from France. Sleep in total comfort on these luxurious linen pillowcases every night.
What makes our French Linen Pillowcases different?
- Sustainably made: Our raw materials require minimal water, and our French Linen pillow covers are free of harsh or harmful chemicals.
- Ultimate softness: We stone wash our French Linen pillowcases to ensure it arrives to you as soft as possible. It only gets better and softer with time!
- Small batch sourced French flax: We source our materials from the Normandy region of France in small batches to ensure quality.
- Standard pillowcases 29"x20"
- King size pillowcases 36"x20"
For more detailed size guide on each bedding piece, please check out French Linen Bedding Collection Size Chart
To keep your French Linen Pillowcases luxuriously soft, use a gentle machine wash setting, tumble dry on low, or steam if preferred. Our French Linen Pillowcases can be dry cleaned as well.
Linen pillow cases are extremely breathable, making them nice for the skin, and allowing a regulation of body temperature. They are also incredibly soft, lending to a comfortable sleep experience.
No, sleeping on a linen pillow case will not cause hair loss. If you have long hair and want to secure it as you sleep, we recommend loosely tying it back.
Linen pillow covers are extremely breathable, and this helps regulate body temperature. While this will not lower your temperature, using linen bedding alongside a fan or other cooling measures will keep you comfortable as you sleep.
Linen is a raw material that is quite luxurious, and therefore generally comes at a higher price point. This is to make sure that people at all levels of the creation of the fabric and bedding are compensated fairly, and to ensure we're using the highest quality and safest raw materials, solvents, and dyes.
Yes, linen pillowcases can be put on cooling pillows. Their breathability allows the cooling element of the pillows themselves come through. Also, as a natural material without harsh chemicals, there should be no alteration from the cases onto the pillows.