The Best Linen Bedding

Hi. My name is Erica and I’m a bedding-aholic. I don’t nearly have enough beds in my house for the hundreds of textiles I constantly lust over. A few months ago, it was mismatched block print bedding. Recently, it was crisp, white bedding. Currently, I’m absolutely obsessed with linen bedding. I love the soft, wrinkly texture and how it keeps you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. The natural dyed colors and organic textures are so sumptuous . . . I mean, lay me down in linen. Stat.

Linen TalesLithuania based Linen Tales is a boutique specializing in bedding, table linens and apparel. I’m personally obsessed with their Ashes Of Roses color – the perfect description for this gorgeous color.

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Linge Particulier: Luxurious pre-washed linen bedding from France. They say that after washing, it becomes even more supple. It’s anti-allergic and no-ironing needed.

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House Of Baltic Linen: The House Of Baltic Linen is Lithuanian family owned company, based in Victoria, Australia. Their organic linens are made in Lithuania and Australia and designed with a vintage aesthetic in mind.

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H&M: $129 for a 100% linen duvet set? Bargain.

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Secret Maison: This French label continues the tradition of fine, handcrafted linens in natural, vegetable-dyed earthy colors like foam, amethyst, lichen, pearl, and sable.

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Bedouin SocieteAnother Australian company specializing in super soft linen sheets that come in opulently dark colors like coal, lead, fog and kohl. 

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Cultiver: Cultiver is Australian based but made it’s mark stateside with their beautiful washes, included this dreamy blush duvet cover.

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36 Comments

  1. nvrm wrote:

    you’ve missed ikea 😉

    11.10.15
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  2. Yuki wrote:

    Brooklinen is also amazing! I think first-timers get a pretty good discount, too.

    11.10.15
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  3. Michelle wrote:

    I’m so in love with the colour of the first bedding, it’s so beautiful!
    https://www.makeandmess.com/

    11.10.15
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  4. Daniela wrote:

    Oh, these beds look like a place to spend a winter!

    11.10.15
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  5. these beds are amazing! I would spend a whole day in bed withough even feeling sorry.
    http://simonaroxanahuidiu.blogspot.ro

    11.10.15
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  6. andrea wrote:

    You always capture the best! There are many players in this market, but again, you always capture the best!

    11.10.15
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  7. Prudence Yeo wrote:

    The ashes and roses color is so lovely indeed! Beautiful linen bedding selections, thanks for sharing!

    Prudence
    http://www.prudencepetitestyle.com

    11.10.15
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  8. Trilby wrote:

    Linen is AMAZING to sleep on. I caught the bug recently too. I bought 3 sets of stone-washed linen in 3 different colors, the muted colors of stones. Then I bought a grey linen bathrobe to go with. And now I’ve bought natural colored linen yard goods and started making nightgowns of my own design (based on Japanese linen dresses). This fabric feels like nothing else. It’s textured but soft on your skin. It’s almost like velvet. When I get into bed at night, I rub my arms and legs all over it like making snow angels except they’re linen angels.

    11.12.15
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  9. Ita Darling wrote:

    Check out Merci in Paris, and Mungo in South Africa!

    I also have a lovely linen duvet from Zara Home.

    Can you tell I am also obsessed!? I have plenty as it is, but I just bought a king size bed, so need a few more pieces to mix and match!!

    11.13.15
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  10. Dear Erica, Thank you so much for featuring Secret Maison washed linen bedding into your post. You got it so well, we are a house of tradition (since 2004) very attached to quality (linen and muslin linen manufactured and tied in France) and to focus on deep elegant tones that can match altogether. Shall we need to add we are obsessed? 😉 On behalf of our team xx&x. Have a good day.

    2.3.16
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  11. Barbara wrote:

    I purchased some sets from IKEA and HM, but I didn’t like it. My skin is very sensitive and these were not soft enough for me.

    I also purchased from MagicLinen https://www.etsy.com/shop/MagicLinen?ref=hdr_shop_menu linen sheets, fitted and flat and 2 pillow cases. Very soft, great quality. LOVED IT! I’m sleeping in a soft beautiful cloud now.

    Oh and I also purchased linen bedding set the Pottery barn 2 years ago. Much more expensive and total crap, I had to return it 🙁

    2.15.16
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  12. helkene wrote:

    forget ikea! I’ve washed the linen duvet and shams I bought there about 30 times to soften and they still feel like tree bark. You’ll need an industrial rock tumbler or something. I’ve saving up for Italian stuff this time.

    2.28.16
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  13. Sandra wrote:

    You’ve missed Linen Studio RG. https://www.etsy.com/shop/LinenStudioRG?ref=hdr_shop_menu
    Their washed Belgian linens are amazing! Very soft and beautifully textured. I bought duvet and sheets and bolster pillow and I sleep so much better now!
    The owner also made roman shades for my bedroom. I absolutely love their craftsmanship.

    3.8.16
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  14. Rama wrote:

    Good Morning Sir / Madam,

    My name is Rama from India . I play the role of an Sourcing Agent sourcing all types of hometextile products from India as per the requirements of the European Buyers.

    I am looking for a job opportunity in your company to source all your Home textile requirements from India as well as doing the QC inspection, following up on production, shipment, sampling, designs,etc. for a monthly salary or on a small commission basis. I have got 12 years of experience in this field where I have got direct contacts with several manufacturers who will offer good quality products at competitive prices. The products that I source are bed linen, table linen, kitchen linen, living linen, bath linen, quilts, throws, cushions, towels, upholstery fabrics, decorative fabrics, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Coverings & fabrics of all kind. Enclosed herewith my resume for your perusal.

    Earlier I had worked for 4 years for a Belgium Company as their Country Head for Indian operations sourcing their hometextile products, as well as doing the QC inspection, following up on production, shipment, sampling, designs,etc. on a monthly salary basis where I grew their business from India from half a million USD to 5 million USD. We had been supplying large volumes of Table Linen, Kitchen Linen, Bed Linen & Cushions products to Aldi Belgium. Aldi, France, Aldi Spain , Casa & Carefour Belgium.

    Given an opportunity I am ready to work for your company on a monthly salary basis or on a small commission basis.

    Looking forward to hear from you.

    Have a great day.

    Warm Regards,

    S.K.Rama
    Mobile +91 90039 33055

    5.10.16
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  15. Richaah wrote:

    Ikea linen bedding has spoiled my mood twice already. No more Ikea, please.
    Rough linen is nice, but this freaky holes in sheets after 8 wash. linen must be durable, but soft. Tried House of Baltic linen and Linen tales. And once found a Lenoklinen shop there. I Like Etsy linen suppliers. This is its own website: http://lenoklinen.com/bed-linen/sheet-sets/natural-linen-sheets maybe would be use full as it amazingly qualified!

    7.25.16
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  16. Kathy wrote:

    Richaah, did you like House of Baltic Linen products?

    9.23.16
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  17. Richaah wrote:

    Kathy, yes! And it is definitely one of best I’ve tried. Mostly they don’t have sizes I need and the quality is just on the same level as Lenoklinen.com – but the price is noticeably higher.

    9.26.16
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  18. Haitham Darweesh wrote:

    Dear Sir,
    We are EXCEED Co. Located in ALEXANDRIA Egypt.
    We are specialized in producing bed sheets

    3.19.17
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  19. Paige wrote:

    I’m thinking of ordering a duvet cover from Lenoklinen. Is their linen very soft? I want REALLY soft!

    3.20.17
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  20. Jenny wrote:

    Can recommend http://www.magiclinen.com They are producing bed linens from local materials. Absolutely beautiful! Quality is perfection! I absolutely love the shop, and wish I could buy everything. Shipping was incredibly fast although they did a custom size for me.

    3.31.17
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  21. Denise wrote:

    Anyone have experience with Libeco linen that’s made in Belgium?

    4.22.17
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  22. Michael wrote:

    I’ve been sleeping with Parachute Linens and pillow cases. Comfortable linens at a fabulous price.

    BTW, Brooklinen is cotton, not linen. Big difference.

    6.12.17
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  23. Rama wrote:

    Dear Sir,

    Sub: Looking for an opportunity to work for your company.

    I take this opportunity to introduce myself as Mr.Rama from India having 15 years of experience in the area of Hometextiles sourcing namely bed linen, table linen, kitchen linen, living linen, bath linen, quilts, throws, cushions, towels, upholstery fabrics, decorative fabrics, Curtains, Rugs, Floor Coverings & fabrics of all kind.
    I have a very good vendor contact across India who produce good quality products with very nominal price & can source you your required products. I have a strong product knowledge, production and quality control process. Enclosed herewith my CV for your perusal as well as pictures of products that I deal with.

    I would like to offer you the following services.
    – Sourcing for you Indian Home textiles products.
    – Sourcing you the best products with the best quality at competitive prices.
    – Meeting your needs.
    – Monitoring of orders.
    – Collections development.
    – Quality control.
    – Being your partner.
    Earlier I had worked for 4 years for a Belgium Company as their Country Head for Indian operations sourcing their hometextile products, as well as doing the QC inspection, following up on production, shipment, sampling, designs,etc. on a monthly salary basis where I grew their business from India from half a million USD to 5 million USD. We had been supplying large volumes of Table Linen, Kitchen Linen, Bed Linen & Cushions products to Aldi Belgium. Aldi, France, Aldi Spain , Casa & Carefour Belgium.
    I look forward to an opportunity to work for your company on a monthly salary basis or on a commission basis.
    Have a great day.
    Warm Regards,

    S.K.Rama
    Mobile +91 90039 33055
    Whatsapp +91 90039 33055
    Skype – Rama Krishnan

    10.2.17
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  24. Dorit wrote:

    Forget lenoklinen, the bottom sheet developed holes within 3 months. Belarus linen is NOT the highest quality flax, has a lot of knots, slubs. It is just cheap, and they won’t replace it. Don’t expect miracles, You get what you pay for. I bougth sheets from Linen Studio RG -so worth the price! Belgian and French linen is more durable, with a very nice velvety texture https://www.etsy.com/listing/227213862/linen-sheets-king-queen-california-king?ref=shop_home_active_2

    10.20.17
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  25. Karla wrote:

    Check out Magic linen page: https://magiclinen.com/collections/duvet-covers-1. Linen is so breathable and has wrinkly texture, it‘s really magical.

    11.13.17
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  26. Ruth wrote:

    I bought linen bed set from https://www.linenme.com/ 6 years ago and still use it today. The quality is outstanding and they have plenty of fantastic colors to choose from.

    1.25.18
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    • Erica wrote:

      @Ruth thanks for the tip! 🙂

      1.25.18
  27. Ruth wrote:

    @Erica you are welcome! I’m really enjoying your blog!

    2.1.18
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  28. Anna wrote:

    Lovely linen supplier selection! You have missed Iconic Linen https://www.iconiclinen.com
    Love the linen bedding and shipping has been incredibly fast.

    6.13.18
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  29. Lewis Allen wrote:

    Hi Erica, Can I ask what your favourite or favourite few were of these? or what is your overall favourite if you have tried more since? Very interested to know before I make a purchase on such expensive bedding. Thanks for your article!
    Lewis

    7.3.18
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    • Erica wrote:

      @Lewis I ended up going with linen bedding from Parachute! I absolutely love it and ended up getting linen bedding for the rest of the beds in the house. I thought I would have a hard time transitioning from cotton sheets, especially in the summer, but it’s the best decision I’ve made! They are so comfortable, I can’t imagine going back. 🙂 Good luck with your search/purchase!

      7.3.18
  30. Wayne wrote:

    Hello,
    I was hoping that you would take a look at my site, I would greatly appreciate your thoughts…thank you!

    10.31.18
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    4.11.19
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