Embracing 'quality and timelessness', Cultiver offers a curated range of bedroom, dining, living and bathroom linen made from thoughtfully sourced textiles – one of them notably being European flax linen. Prewashed for softness and OEKO-TEX certified, this Aussie brand's linen sheet sets and duvet sets are quality pieces to invest in.
Founded in 1993 by a Melbourne married couple, Linen House has been producing quality bed and homewares linen with sustainability and style in mind for three decades. With both simple and playful designs, this is a brand to check out if you're in need of a bedroom refresh.
Selah and Stone
Luxury with an emphasis on sustainability is the essence of Melbourne based company, Selah and Stone. Specialising in 100 per cent stonewashed flax seed linen, these sheets are the perfect set to keep you cool and comfortable this summer.
Independently run and 100 per cent female-owned, In Bed responsibly creates pieces for the creative space – whether that be the home or the studio – imbued with character and warmth. Whether it be linen placements, linen sheets or a linen tote bag, this Australian brand is one to keep on your linen radar.
Bed Bath N' Table
The Milano sheet set from Bed Bath N’ Table is expertly woven with the finest French flax, fostering an opulence of comfort. Pre-washed to enhance the natural softness, and completed with a stylish twin needle stitch, the Milano’s breathable and cooling properties encourage a restful night’s sleep.
Inspired by weekends away in a Hamptons beach house, Montauk Style delivers on quality bedding made from 100 per cent pure French flax that are prewashed for a softer look and feel.
A leading Aussie luxury brand for more than two decades, Aura Home's Melbourne-designed bedlinen and homewares boast distinct patterns and sublime colours, and effortlessly elevate any home.
A cult classic on the Australian linen scene, Bed Threads has an impressive range of French flax linen bedding from pistachio to rosewater hues. The brand has also branched out to sleepwear, loungewear, bathroom, table linen and most recently, furniture.
Are linen sheets high maintenance?
While linen sheets may have slightly more specific care instructions that cotton sheets, for example, they wouldn't be considered 'high maintenance'. It's best to follow the care instructions of specific linen items but generally speaking, machine wash your linen at lower temperatures on a gentle cycle and let them air-dry on the line if you can.
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