The linen bedding collection balances softness with greater texture for a more tactile feel. The open weave drapes over the body and provides more breathability. Cool to the touch, linen is ideal for warmer nights.
Tekla pieces are designed to last. However, a little goes a long way when it comes to properly caring for your bedding. By following these simple care instructions, your pieces will last longer and cause less impact on the planet.
Air out sheets between use
Pull your duvet back before making your bed each morning
Linen is highly absorbent, so wash sheets once per week to remove natural oils and sweat that can stain and damage fabric
Use low temperatures and a low spin cycle to preserve the fabric and reduce energy usage
Wash light and dark colours separately to prevent colour transfer
Use mild, environmentally friendly detergent without bleach or fabric softeners
Line dry where possible to preserve the fabric and colour, otherwise tumble dry on a low heat
Spot clean stains as soon as possible
The linen bedding collection has a welcoming tactility, as the fabric’s natural imperfections create a more nuanced touch. The 180 GSM open-weave fabric used offers a more intimate experience when sleeping – where percale bedding sits atop the body, linen bedding gently drapes over it. The extra-long flax yarn used in our linen guarantees strength and durability, ensuring that the fabric stays soft and gentle for years to come.
The linen bedding collection offers a more tactile feel than conventional cotton, balancing softness with greater texture and breathability. Linen is particularly suited for the warmer months because the fibre is cool to the touch, but can easily be combined with blankets in winter for extra warmth.
100% French flax
Open weave for breathability
Distinct, tactile feel which gently softens with time
Lightly stonewashed for extra softness
Button closure with mother of pearl buttons
Corner slits and ties for easily attaching a duvet
Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 certified
Made in Portugal
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