Our aim is to ensure that every linen item we carry in our collection is simple, sustainable and stunning. We can offer you top quality, beautiful linen homewares that are designed to last and to enhance any interior.
Packing for a trip can be a daunting prospect, particularly if you tend to leave it to the last minute and end up packing way too much stuff that you never actually use. This summer we’ve created a list of 7 travel essentials so that wherever we go, for however long, we’ve got the basics covered. Of course, if you are travelling somewhere with children or to a place with extreme weather or landscapes you’ll need more than this. But for the average weekend city break, beach vacation or country retreat these 7 items will be the backbone of your packing. Simply add a few changes of clothes, a couple of pairs of comfy shoes and some currency, and away you go.
There’s something about summer that calls for clean, crisp whites. And whether in your home or wardrobe, linen looks at its beautiful best in white. Although pure, natural linen is a fabulous all-year round fabric, it’s during the hotter months and paler hues that it really comes into its own. From tucking a cool, comfortable linen dress into your vacation packing to transforming your bedroom into a haven of peace and tranquility, linen is your summer friend. We’ve gathered some of our white linen favourites for this post so you can see just what we mean. If you’re looking for the perfect white bathroom towels, need some new table linens to brighten up your dining room or want to fall into a bed covered with light, cloud-soft bedlinen, we’ve got you covered.
Whilst all our linen homewares and clothes are machine washable and can be tumble dried, not all linens are so strong. If you have inherited or purchased any antique and vintage linens you might be wondering how best to clean and care for them. It’s essential to be careful and cautious, but also to remember that many old linens were well made and are more robust than we might imagine. A good way to test the strength of your linen textiles is to hold them up to the light and look for areas that seem more transparent or have holes. If the threads are coming apart then the garment is probably on its way out.