The natural beauty of linen is easily maintained with only a minimum amount of proper care. Let’s talk about stone washed bed linen care today.
As you probably already know if you follow this blog, stonewashing is a term used to indicate had been laundered. The terms garment washed or prewashed are also used. Stonewashed bed linen features the colors that won’t bleed or fade and a very soft and slightly crumpled fabric. (more…)
Comfortable and comforting fresh, clean bed sheets are what welcome as after a long day and provide us with sweet relaxation and rest. Linen bed linen are even more so! Although there are no strict rules of how often do we change our bed linen to keep it refreshing, main principles apply. To keep a safe and pleasant place to sleep without breaking either your back, or the bank, read this article.
If your cotton or linen bed linen is used “normally” - i.e. to sleep at night, bed sheets have to be changed at least once a week. If you prefer to change sheets more often, have three sets of bed linen, so that you will always have one in the laundry, one in the linen closet and one on the bed. (more…)
It is widely accepted that good quality linen bed linen improves the quality of sleep that we get. Unfortunately, we often do not know how to properly care of our luxurious linen bedding in which we have invested. And this results in unwillingly shortening the life and quality of our precious bed linen. Here are 5 simple steps to follow when taking care for your linen bed linen.
1. Read the care labels! It sounds obvious, but it’s surprising how little of us actually do this when purchasing linen bed linen or / and laundering it for the first time! Care labels are meant to provide all the specific information you need to launder your linen bedding properly. The instructions are based on the fabric and weaving type, thread count, dye type and other features. Take few seconds to familiarize with manufacturer’s advices and guidelines. (more…)