Linen Care

We’re self-proclaimed linen lovers. From the soft-to-the-touch feel, to the cooling effect of line-dried bedding, linen has the depth + versatility your bedroom, kitchen, + dinner table craves. And as long as you treat it right (wash frequently, avoid fabric softeners, + let the lint shed), your linen will be a lifelong companion.

HOW DO I WASH LINEN?

Wash our linen before using to make it even softer. Hand or machine wash with like colors using mild detergent. Use cold water on a gentle cycle. We love Attirecare’s Delicate Wash for ours at home (and it smells divine). You might see some lint after the first few washings but don’t fret: this is a natural result of the stone-washing process and will lessen over time. Washing helps soften and flatten the fibers, which makes them stronger. So we’re fans of frequent washings. Make sure you button up your duvets and zip up pillow covers to minimize damage when washing. If you like a crisper feel, line dry. For a softer touch, tumble dry on low. Remove the linen from the dryer while it’s just barely damp - this reduces wrinkles.

CAN I IRON MY LINEN?

We see you type A’s out there! Iron our linen on warm - not the linen setting.

HOW SHOULD I STORE IT?

Make sure linen is totally dry when you put it away and don’t enclose in plastic.

HOW SHOULD I CARE FOR THE THROW PILLOWS?

We love the look of an overstuffed pillow, but make sure you stuff and un-stuff these gently near the zipper.

DO YOU OFFER A WARRANTY FOR YOUR BEDDING?

We want your new bed set-up to be an absolute dream, so we offer a one year warranty on our bedding. This covers manufacturing flaws (like stitching or tearing) not caused by improper use or care + physical flaws in the construction of the item. This does not cover minor cosmetic flaws, personal preferences regarding material + color, or physical damages caused by a human or pet. If you’re unsure about whether something is covered in this warranty, just drop us a line.

WHAT ARE THE NO-NO’S OF LINEN CARE?

Avoid fabric softener, dryer sheets, bleach, stain removers, color brighteners, or skin treatments. This can weaken the fibers and lead to discoloration.

HOW SHOULD I REMOVE STAINS?

Try to remove any stains immediately by blotting with, or soaking in, warm water.

WHAT IS UP WITH THE LINT?

Lint during the first few washes can occur and is a natural result of the stone-washing process. This will lessen over time.