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Stonewashed French Flax Linen | Fitted Sheet

$ 109.00
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Stonewashed French Flax Linen | Fitted Sheet

$ 109.00
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Classic White Flax Linen Fitted Sheet can't go wrong!

If you love a linen shirt, you will definitely enjoy sleeping in linen sheets.  Woven from the stalks of flax, linen fabric is highly breathable and crisp to the touch.

Linen threads are generally thicker and longer than cotton and are known for being sturdy and durable. And linen aged very well! It gets softer over time with each wash; and that is without losing its durability.

As well as being exceptionally soft, linen's natural long fibres help to regulate your body temperature as you sleep with its breathability and high moisture absorbency. Linen is perfect for every season - fresh in the summer and warm in the winter.

The production of linen is very sustainable as every part of the flax plant can be used. It is a rotation crop, farmed naturally in small batches.

The initial cost to drape your bed in flax linen is a bit higher than for other bed sheets but their longevity surpass any other material in terms of bed sheets. You can expect many many years of comfort to come in your new linen bed. 

Material & Sizes:

  • 100% pure French flax linen
  • pre-washed for softness
  • Full/Double: 54 x 75 x 15 in
  • Queen: 60 x 80 x 16 in.
  • King: 72 x 84 x 16 in.

Care Instructions:


  • Machine wash on a warm gentle cycle.
  • An extra rinse will ensure that any powder residue is removed as this can deteriorate linen fibres affecting their longevity.
  • Use a mild detergent
  • Skip the fabric softener


  • Air drying is best but can leave your bedding feeling a touch stiff at first.
  • Try a combination of line and machine drying. Stick your bedding In to the dryer for 10 minutes to soften, then hang on the line or spread flat whilst still damp to allow gravity to get rid of wrinkles.
  • linen dries faster than cotton so adjust tumble drier times accordingly to avoid scorching.


  • if you like the natural elegant texture of flax linen, there is no need to iron it
  • but if you prefer your linen crisp and flat, you may iron it whilst damp with a medium-hot iron, or steamed.

Stain Removal:

  • try to tackle any stains as soon as possible by sprinkling with baking soda and adding a few drops of vinegar then blotting (not scrubbing).
  • Bleaching Is not recommended as It breaks down fabric fibres.