French Flax Linen Duvet Set - Nature
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For the best nights sleep + that luxurious sheet feeling in your own home
Our stone-washed 100% french flax linen bedding set is ready to sleep in + designed to last long term. Our sets are designed in Australia.
Our 165 gsm linen is here to give you the luxurious nights sleep you deserve. Looking beyond it’s ready to sleep softness, linen is made to last and acts as a natural insulator as it temperature regulates keeping you cool in Summer and Warm in winter without causing you to overheat + sweat.
The Whitsunday Collective duvet features a tie-up feature to close the duvet. Pillows are envelope style.
Our duvet sets consist of - two (2) standard pillowcases + one (1) duvet cover.
For more information on sizing + care instructions, see below.
*Please note that colours may vary between digital images + actual items*
For further questions about our duvet sets, please email email@example.com x
Queen 210 x 210 cm
King 245 x 210 cm
Queen 152 x 203 x 40 cm
King 180 x 203 x 40 cm
Queen 260 x 270 cm
King 280 x 280 cm
Standard: 50 x 75 cm
European: 65 x 65 cm
French Flax Bedroom Linen
The Whitsunday Collective linen may be luxe but it’s washing machine friendly!
Just please follow the guidelines + rules. As it is a lovely natural fibre + we don't want to compromise the softness + integrity of the stunning fabric.
Whitsunday Collective linen sheet sets can be machine washed, but only following the following instructions -
- Plain linen at 60 degrees
- Coloured linen at 40 degrees
Follow the above + your dreamy bed linens will become softer + silkier with every wash. Our sheets are made to last.
Do not bleach. We sell white linen, which over time, depending on how you use, may change colouring. If your sheets do change colour please re-assess how you are caring for them, it also might be a sign you are ready for your next set!
You spend half your life between the sheets anyway so why not comfortable + immerse yourself in luxury...
The lightly quilted bed duvets should be dry cleaned as they may be too heavy for your domestic machine. Opt for Dry Cleaning over a damaged washing machine.
Any questions about our linen + how to care for your pieces - please contact us, TWC x