HOUSSE DE COUETTE TOILE DE LIN
The Couture collection where the black thread appears randomly on the canvas,
breaking the uniformity, inspired us with the finishes of a chic tailor, buttons and frou-frou.
The cushions are made in a bag format.
Closing is ensured by snaps of around an inner pocket.
The Bouclette collection, a curly canvas,
where the curls emerge without order and which gave birth to a series of cushions and plaids
served by a heavy and flexible weaving.
Honeycomb finish towel. gimp finish and hangs tonal through a leg with a pressure button.
LINEN CANVAS - 100% Made in France
Our fitted sheets are made , manufactured, dyed and softened thanks to the know-how of French craftsmen.
They are made with an elastic all around to ensure good support on the mattress. The cups are 30 centimeters which allows them to fit on most mattresses.
In the same linen fabric we also offer duvet covers, pillowcases, quilts, cushions and curtains.
Unfold your products before washing them, do not overload the machine and wash at 40 ° C. Use a mild detergent and avoid any chlorine bleaches.
If possible, dry linen linen on a drying rack. If you use a dryer, avoid excessively high temperatures or "intensive drying" programs.
Plaid cotton pique with a nice bark appearance. It can be used as plaid but also as bed covers
Weaved in a sateen way of 190g/m², using thiner yarns together with a higher density, to obtain this incredible soft touch.
The subtle color range and a simple associated with delicate finish express the beauty of a product designed to last .
Here is the innovation made by Lissoy, a collection of bed linen in 100% linen, woven in France and dyed with organic dyes (GOTS) made in France from natural plants.
Several shades are obtained :
- Kaki based on Resèda (Lissoy name Réséda)
- Natural based on Henné (Lissoy name Blé)
- Rose made from rich Garance (Lissoy name Figue)
- Light grey from Myrobalan (Lissoy name Absinthe)
- Greyed Violet based on Campêche (Lissoy name Muscat noir)
Pillowcases sold by 2 and delivered in a pretty linen pouch.
A pretty fabric of linen woven, manufactured, dyed and softened thanks
to the know-how of the French craftsmen.
The plaid knitt effect this aspect deconstructed through weaving son of flax and bamboo.