Our love for and understanding of linen has been passed down through generations. Our family’s story, and the stories of many other skilled artisans have been woven into the threads of this amazing fabric.
There’s a definite chill in the air at the moment. The evening light is dimming earlier each day, and we’ve been reaching for slippers and hot water bottles. So, here are some simple ways to get your home warm for the fall and coming winter. Some are larger-scale changes, others are small and easy.
Why linen sheets instead of cotton? We’ve written here about how linen regulates your body temperature and wicks away moisture, leaving you sleeping peacefully and in comfort. You may also know that linen is antibacterial and inherently repels moths, meaning your bedlinen will stay fresh and un-chomped for longer.
Do you have any family rituals that you love? Whether they are things you remember from childhood, or new ways to mark the days and the passing of significant dates, rituals can be an important glue that helps us connect with our loved-ones. Studies have shown that children perform better in all areas of life (school, career, relationships etc) when they have a sense of where they come from.