Our aim is to ensure that every linen item we carry in our linen bedding, bath linen, kitchen linen and linen clothing collections are simple, sustainable and stunning. We can offer you top quality, beautiful items that are designed to last and to enhance any interior. Whilst choosing natural fabrics for your home textiles and clothes is always the best option, linen is even better than other fabrics. Linen requires less water and fewer pesticides to grow than cotton. It is biodegradable, so after its long life it will gently decompose without leaving any waste. All parts of the flax plant can be used, meaning there are no harmful bi-products as a result of our processing and manufacturing procedures.
We at LinenMe don’t do Black Friday. Despite it being a huge event for many brands, we choose not to succumb to the frenzy of marketing hype and super-cheap markdowns. This might seem a strange approach, so we thought we’d set out our thoughts here. Think of this post as a refuge from the Black Friday madness – you can still buy our fabulous products, we just won’t be ramming them down your throats or screaming about bargains.
Few things exude luxury quite like cashmere and extra-fine merino wool. And it’s no wonder. Blankets, throws and shawls crafted from these yarns feel meltingly soft against your skin and are lightweight yet warm. Investing in a great quality piece means it will last for years, bringing cosiness and elegance to your home and wardrobe for many winters to come. Adding a new throw to your bedroom or sofa can also instantly update your home decor. It’s a simple way to freshen things up and bring some extra warmth to a space. No painting or new furniture required! Just a beautiful centrepiece throw that you can hunker down under until the weather warms.
As the temperatures begin to fall and fuel bills rise, now is the time to maximise the coziness of our homes. In addition to insulating as much as possible and limiting our use of heating where we can, an easy way to stay warmer on a chilly Autumn evening is to curl up under a real wool throw.
Unlike synthetic fabrics wool keeps you warm without overheating, thanks to its temperature-regulating qualities. This makes it far more comfortable. It is also a more sustainable option than synthetic fabrics as it’s biodegradable and doesn’t shed harmful fibres. Wool also requires less frequent washing or cleaning, which saves water and energy in your home.