• The Most Amazing Facts About Linen

    Linen is the strongest of all the vegetable fibers, with 2 to 3 times the strength of cotton. It is lint free and gets softer the more it is washed...
  • Material Guide: How Sustainable is Linen?

    Linen wins because it’s durable, can be more sustainable than most other materials, and it makes you feel like you’re on a yacht in the Mediterranean when you’re wearing it.

  • 6 Amazing Facts and Benefits of Linen

    Linen is a natural fibre (like cotton or bamboo) which has been used for centuries because of its amazing properties. The more it’s used and washed...
  • Linen – The Preferred Fabric for Clothing of Healing, Healthy Living and Well Being

    Since the earliest times, flax has been known to have healing properties. Recent studies out of Japan and posted from the linen textile manufacturers confirm this truth. In the Latin language, the word flax means “being most useful” and the Holy Scriptures certainly emphasized this material over all other fabrics for the Holy attire.
  • 7 Benefits of Wearing Linen Clothing

    There was a time in history when linen clothing was only available to the creme de la creme of society: priests, knights, monarchs… However, in the 16th century, flax cultivation became widespread and linen was introduced to more and more people, eventually leading to what we have today: a wide variety of high-quality linen items ranging from bedding to bath, kitchen and table linens, and, undoubtedly, linen clothing.
  • Health and lifestyle benefits of linen bedding

    Organic and natural products have been trending in the grocery store for awhile, interior designers are notice taking notice of their clients asking for more green based products in the home category as well, and for good reason, too! Where better to start then your bedroom, it is the place we all spend the most amount of time. Linen Sheets are the perfect investment to make if you want to make your home more natural. They’re sustainable, long lasting, toxin and additive free as well. Of course, all of that comes with a plethora of health benefits. 
  • Everything You Need to Know About Linen Fabric

    It's a wonder why most of us don't know much about linen fabric as it's a common textile. It was once so popular that even now, well past the age of cotton and well into the era of artificial materials, all laundry is often referred to as linens. It was once so precious that it was used for wrapping the bodies of mummies in Egypt, contributing to the preservation of these ancient treasures. Today, linen is used to make clothing, curtains, tablecloths, pillows, rugs, rope, and more. It's even blended with cotton to make the sturdy, paper-like substance that's used to create dollar bills.