HANDMADE LINEN TOP SHEET IN WARM WHITE
Handmade from exceptional quality linen, our top sheets serve as the perfect bed cover or lightweight duvet alternative for warm nights. Crafted from the most beautiful washed linen fabric in a warm cream colour and finished with a thick border around the bottom of the sheet, this timeless bed cover is as soft and comfortable as it is beautiful.
Handcrafted in the beautiful Veneto region of Italy, our handmade linen collection is a true reflection of artisanal craftsmanship. Veneto is a region where small craftsmanship-based business and artisanal skill have been flourishing for centuries. With the highest number of registered companies in Italy, every corner and many homes have a registered small business operating from their own backyard.
Each piece from our handmade linen collection is hand-cut, sewn and dyed by skilled craftspeople using a unique dying method that results in a finish that is impossible to replicate using mass-production methods. The nature of these handcrafted items means they come with small idiosyncrasies characteristic of objects made by human hands. From small irregularities and variations in size to slight differences in shade within the same colour, these qualities are precisely what makes our handmade linen unique and infuses each piece with character.
Our bed linen collection has been put together with a lot of thought. You can read about the intention behind our bedding selection here.
Size: 290 cm x 270 cm (114" x 106")
Materials: 100% linen
Handmade in Veneto, Italy
For best results, wash at 30°, using gentle detergent, containing no bleach. Please wash matching colours together to maintain a uniform appearance. Our linen is beautiful without being ironed, however, if you wish to iron, the linen should be slightly damp for best results. Find out more about how to properly care for your linen so that it lasts for generations here.
Due to the handmade nature of these items please expect small variations in size, colour tones and even gentle streaking. These are not faults but beautiful, characteristic signs of traditional and handmade production techniques that have been handed down for generations.