Where does our linen come from?
Our linen is produced in Normandy, France. Normandy is famed for producing the highest quality flax plant due to its land and climate.
Planted between mid-march and mid-april, the seeds of the Flax plant take 100 days to grow and flower.
Once the flowers have fallen, the flax plant is then harvested.
Sun, dew and rain then help detach the fibrous wood from the central wood, and the stems take on a beautiful russet hue.
The linen is then combed, spun and woven, to become the beautiful fabric we love. All of our bedding is then stone washed with natural pumice stones to increase the softness and flexibility.
Our pieces are designed to last, and will become softer and more comfortable with every wash. Not only is linen the most lovely fabric to wear, it is also recyclable and biodegradable. So you can wear your beautiful pieces knowing that it will never end up in the growing pile of textile waste all over the world.
Designed in Byron Bay, Australia and handmade by our team of artisans in Indonesia.
All of our garments are sent in compostable courier satchels.
We endeavour to keep moving in the most sustainable direction possible.