100% Linen Sheets
What is Bed Linen?When it comes to getting the best night's sleep, the bed linen you have on your bed can make all the difference. So, that means your pillowcases, duvet cover and bed sheets, as well as your choice of comforter, mattress and topper, can play a part in making your sleep setting the serenest it can be. Different materials can help in different ways.
Catarina Collection - Our 100% Flax Bed LinenHandcrafted in Guimarães, Portugal, Woolroom's Catarina collection is made from 100% French flax. It's durable, hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial and great at absorbing moisture. This makes it ideal for those who often find themselves sweating during the night or those who suffer from allergies. It's available in six understated nature-inspired colors and in multiple sizes.
Arinta - Our 100% Organic Cotton Bed LinenFor those looking for some more traditional, Woolroom’s Arinta white bed linen collection provides the perfect starting point. It's made from 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton in Portugal. It's totally breathable too, which helps to regulate your temperature as you sleep.
Whatever you choose, Woolroom's luxury bed linen will help you enjoy a restful night, every night,
Should You Wash New Bed Linen Before Use?We recommend you give your new pillowcases, bed sheets, duvet covers, or bedding sets a wash before putting them on your bed.
What Temperature Should Bed Linen Be Washed At?Both our flax linen and organic cotton bed linen can be machine washed on a regular delicate wash. At Woolroom, we recommend washing once a week - to keep it at its freshest. By doing this, you'll also make your slumber sanctuary all the more comfortable - because who doesn't love the feel and smell of freshly washed bedding?
Where to Store Bed Linen?Our bed linen sets are designed to be used throughout the seasons - keeping you cool on those hot summer nights and nice and snug on those chilly winter evenings.
However, if you do find yourself switching up your bedding throughout the year, we recommend folding and storing it in a ventilated cupboard. This will help to ensure it'll be fresh for the next time you go to put it on your bed.