QA Test - Stonewashed Linen Bedding - Blush
There’s nothing better than a bed that begs you to crawl in it. And our supremely soft, French linen bedding does just that – breathable, durable, and with that perfectly imperfect look we love. Designed in a muted, mix-and-match palette and finished with eyelet detailing, each piece is stonewashed to give you the softest feel you’ll ever touch (no, really).
Made using only the finest French flax and woven in the oldest, family-run linen mill in Portugal, each piece is Oeko-Tex® certified and made sustainably in a fair-trade working environment.
Full - Fitted Sheet (75"L x 54"W x 15"D), Flat Sheet (98"L x 86"W), Standard Pillowcases (20"L x 27"W)
Queen - Fitted Sheet (80"L x 60"W x 15"D), Flat Sheet (104"L x 92"W), Standard Pillowcases (20"L x 27"W)
King - Fitted Sheet (80"L x 76"W x 15"D), Flat Sheet (110"L x 104"W), King Pillowcases (20"L x 37"W)
NOTE - Our fitted sheets are a roomy 15" deep so they work with any mattress depth. If your mattress is shorter than standard, you may have a looser fit.
100% French flax; woven to 160 g/sm
We offer free 30-day returns for bedding & towels. Please return items unwashed & in original packaging.
Machado Linen Mill
“Our linens are known to be so special that they are given as the standard wedding gift in Portugal. We love being known for that.”Learn More
41° 22’ 08'' N
08° 22’ 49'' W
Made with higher standards. We preserve artisan craft by paying wages that average 2x the fair trade requirement.
Our linen is machine washable. Wash on the gentle cycle with like colors and using a mild, liquid laundry detergent. Do not bleach. Tumble dry on low heat, and remove promptly. Avoid bleaching agents and personal care products that contain benzoyl peroxide or alpha hydroxy acids.
Since linen is a natural fiber, it will shed at first – this should stop after a few washes though. We recommend using Wool Dryer Balls instead of dryer sheets to reduce waste and increase fluffiness.
Linen naturally has a more relaxed look that does not require ironing. However, if you would like more structure - iron with warm heat on the milder “linen” setting.