Why Linen?

  " Fabric woven in the wind, " as it was so poetically called by the Ancient Romans, it was widely used by the Ancient Egyptians. The word  "linen" comes from Latin and means the most useful one. 

Most of us know and appreciate the delightful and charmin structure of linen. Natural creases and folds make linen desirable in any interior. Its timeless beauty is not the only boon. The advantages of this phenomenal fabric have been known since very long ago.

The cultivation of linen does not require the use of large amounts of chemicals, thanks to which its production does not harm the environment and the worked fabric is friendly to our body and completely biodegradable. Its cultivation has not changed for millennia, only nowadays modern tools are used.

Flax fibres are the most resistant to friction and stretching of all plant fibres. As a result, after each wash they strenghten, and something made of linen is even more durable and looks even better. 

Linen has the highest water absorption capacity. Even if it absorbs 1/5 of its weight, linen still does not appear moist. In addition, it has termoregulatory capabilities , which means that it will cool our body at high temperatures and retain heat at low temperatures.

Linen fabric has a bacteriostatic and bactericidal effect, which is very important for bedclothes. In addition, it does not accumulate electrostatic charges. It affects our body positively, does not cause allergies and strenghthens the immune system.

This extraordinary fabric has high hygienic values, ensuring an optimal microclimate in contact with the skin. 

Research has been carried out which confirms that in linen bedding sleep is deeper and the body regenerates faster.

For the production of our bedding we use good quality linen from European crops. It has been softened  during a special process, which makes our bedding delicate and pleasant to the skin, and becomes even softer with each subsequent wash. 



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