We like to think that if we use our ideals to shape our homes, our homes will in turn shape the life that unfolds within them.

Thoughtfully crafted objects have the power to elevate the ordinary. They invite people to slow, savour and enjoy, drawing attention to the often-unnoticed rituals of daily life.

Cultivated at close-proximity, from the South of Normandy and Belgium, linen takes time to grow, and just like our most dear belongings at home, it should not be rushed.

This wide coastal band offer a rare combination - a mild damp ocean climate, flax’s low thermal density, and the experience of artisans who have been working with linen for centuries. From the farms, our linen is passed onto scutchers, spinners, weavers, dyers and finishers - which is where we come in.

While the energy is bustling elsewhere, our concentration to make our products reigns. Menders inspect the loom state fabric metre by metre and mend every flaw by carefully following the path of the yarn with their needle. The linen is then brushed by hand to remove the last spills and impurities.

Whilst our duvet covers are sewed with a triple-stitched French seam, creating the illusion of an invisible stitching and minimal edging, our flat sheets and napkins have a mitered hem corner, which is stronger and will stand up to considerably more wear and tear.

A final stonewash to soften the fabrics and they are ready for our London workshop, where it is modestly packaged and sent to our most appreciated customers. We are always in awe of your gorgeous reviews! We read and cherish them all!

Our aim is to ensure our linens are worthy of your time and attention, augmenting the lives of the people making use of them. So take your time and shop slow, we make make sure you get magic on your door step.


The Linen Works