Most home textile items, made of any fabric, in British household – are referred to as "linens", but the true and natural linen is fabric woven from the flax plant. The most appreciated feature of linen fabric is that it remains cool and fresh even in hot and humid environments. Any linen bed linen will be a heaven to sleep even in the hottest weather.
Pure linen used to produce linen bed linen does not provoke allergies or skin irritations on the contrary to many synthetic fabrics. Together its naturally cooling nature, linen fabric makes the ideal material for home textile suitable for sensitive skins. (more…)
The process of restoring and restyling could be similar to this: (more…)
Duvets are similar to standard comforters, and they can be made of a variety of fillings, e.g. down, cotton and synthetic fibers. They are more popular in colder regions, as they are heavier and provide more warmth than standart comforters and blankets. Duvet covers are giant “pillowcases” for the comforter and makes a part of your bed linen. There can be linen duvet covers, cotton duvet covers etc. The duvet is placed inside it to be kept clean. Duvet covers are changed and laundered each time one changes the rest of the bed linen.
Find below some tips on using duvet and duvet covers. (more…)
Cotton Bed Linen The usual choice of many is cotton bed linen. There are several types of cotton fabric. The two softest used to make bed linen sets are Egyptian and Supima. Blends with synthetic materials to make a polyester cotton blend are popular, but this type of sheets tend to be less comfortable as poly-cotton fabric tends to be less moisture-absorbent, it pills easier and is less breathable. (more…)