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Why linen bedding is suitable in winter?

Stonewashed linen bed linen is often considered suitable for winter for several reasons:

  • Insulation: Linen has natural insulating properties, which means it can help regulate body temperature by trapping warmth in colder weather. This can be beneficial during the winter months when temperatures drop, providing a cosy and comfortable sleeping environment.

  • Breathability: Despite its insulating propetries, linen remains breathable. It allows moisture to evaporate, preventing overheating and ensuring a comfortable sleep. This breathability is advantegeous in winter when the air tends to be drier, helping to maintain a pleasant sleeping climate.

  • Durability & Warmth: Stonewashed linen, in particular, has undergone a special washing process that not only softens the fabric but also enhances its durability. The texture of stonewashed linen can provide an additional layer of warmth, creating a snug and inviting bed.

  • Moisture-wicking: Linen is known for its ability to wick away moisture from the body. During winter, when the air is dry and indoor heating systems can contribute to a lack of humidity, linen can help maintain a comfortable level of moisture, preventing the skin from becoming overly dry.

  • Versatility: Linen is versatile fabric that can adapt to various temperatures. It keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer, making it a suitable choice for year-round use.

  • Comfort & Aesthetics: Stonewashed linen has a relaxed and lived-in appearance, providing a cosy and inviting aesthetic that compliments the winter season. The texture and softness of stonewashed linen can add a touch of luxury and comfort to your bedroom during colder months.

  • And finally, as linen has microscopic breaks throuhout its structure it has a subtle massaging effect on the skin that helps your blood circulation.

Pure goodness all round, that's why we love stonewashed linen bed!

Laima, True Linen

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