Embrace its natural crumples - these crinkle stone washed linen napkins were meant to feel relaxed and familiar. And don’t limit yourself to the dinner table: bring them along on picnics or keep one handy in your bag as an all-natural handkerchief.
Beautifully woven from the finest Belgian flax, they come in a whole host of muted colours and provide just the right amount of texture to your table.
- Laid-back napkins for everyday use or iron it to dress it up a little
- Finished with a 1cm hem
- Available in 7 colourways. Mix the colours for added charm.
- Napkins may be personalized; placement will be diagonal at one corner
- Personalized items may not be returned
- Machine washable
COMPLETE THE LOOK
What are the most familiar embodiments of home? Is it a place or a feeling? For most of us, home is where we rest, find comfort and safety, feel welcome and receive nourishment. Home is a sanctuary and place to cultivate togetherness.
For us an essential aspect of feeling at home and finding roots is understanding and honouring the traditions of those who came before us.
Traditional practices are something we have always admired here at The Linen Works, and as we age and exceed ten cherished years in business, we value our long-standing relationships with the European linen industry and its skilled workers more than ever.
From field to fibre, from yarn to fabric, we continue to invest in this local fibre to bring the best linen into your everyday living.
Machine wash at 40°C should be sufficient.
Air drying is always preferable.
As consumers we have so much power to change the world just being careful on what we buy but extending the lifespan of what we purchase is also one of the most significant ways of reducing its environmental impact.
These care instructions will ensure our linens last for years to come.
Handmade in the UK, we have a myriad of different sizes perfectly suited to each gift. A linen-textured paper covers this handcrafted gift boxes, all of which bear The Linen Works embossed logo.
To keep your gift pristine, we wrap the linens in soft tissue paper and finish with a pale grey ribbon.
We are still delivering. Standard UK Delivery should be with you within 5 working days, with the majority delivered within 2 working days.
We now using DPD to deliver all our parcels to give you peace of mind when waiting for your order. For the moment, we are not offering Royal Mail as they cannot guarantee the delivery in time.
Next Working Day and Same Day services are currently not available at checkout. Let us know if there is a time urgency on your order or if you would like your order delivered on a particular day, and we will do our absolute best to help.
Each parcel is being handled with care by a fulfilment team of no more than 2 at a time, following all official UK government advice. Both Royal Mail and DPD are operating a contactless delivery service.
Standard £4 (2-5 working days)
UK Postcodes FREE OVER £50
Next Day £7
Order by 2pm Mon to Thu FREE OVER £250
Order by 2pm Friday FREE OVER £250
Same Day £12 (London Zone 1-3)
Order by 2pm FREE OVER £250
International from £15
FREE OVER £250
You can return orders to us within 365 days for a full refund, including the original delivery cost if you’re returning the whole order.
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The time-honoured, traditional practice of monogramming linens turns a household into a precious keepsake that can be cherished for years to come, while our hand stamping service is a fun and natural way to add a personal touch to our linens.
Popular choices for personalisation are names, initials, or memorable dates, allowing linens to be passed down generations. We particularly like the same thread colour option to match the linens.
Click ‘Would you like to personalise?’ on any product page to add to basket and customise.
Monogramming: a maximum of 15 characters |£25 | Add an extra 10 working daysfor delivery.
Hand stamping: a maximum of 15 characters | £8 | Add an extra 4 working days for delivery.
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