Sources for Linen Bedding
When it comes to bedding, comfort rules - but have you ever considered making the switch to linen bedding? One of the finest textiles, linen only gets softer and lovelier the more you launder it and typically keeps cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
If you're looking for something sophisticated yet casual you might want to consider these highly regarded options below.
I've long been a fan of Rough Linen, a small Marin based company run by Tricia - a woman that clearly has a passion for linen. Sewing all her bedding from her lovely home in Northern California, she has amassed devoted followers who have made the switch to linen bedding.
She offers several weights - from rough to smooth and standard color ways are white, natural and white/ natural mix. The St. Barts line offers several color option including a sea blue and you can also commission a piece in a color not offered in her line and she will source it!
Garnet Hill/ Eileen Fisher
Eileen Fisher has a line of linen bedding from Garnett Hill. I have always been a fan of her fashion - which grew from her passion for linen and her travels in Europe, influenced by simple chic shapes to make wearable yet sophisticated clothing. In addition to four neutral color ways they offer a cheerful lemongrass and persimmon option. The flat sheets and pillowcases come have a double fringe detail which should be taken into consideration depending on the design style of your room.
Area Linen is a good choice if your looking at something aimed for the modernist because of the french seam detail. Their pillowcases are made longer to give a long loose look and to prevent the pillow insert from being seen. They do not have a sham option. They offer seven color ways.