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22
Jul
2015
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Reasons to Choose Natural Fabric Towels in Summer

With days getting hotter and hotter the absolutely best way to spend your free time is at the beach. Sunbathing, swimming, playing ball games, surfing or even riding a motorboat – there are so many great outdoor activities that you can try out at the beach. We all love beaches but they can create quite a bit of dilemma – you need to choose a swimsuit, sunscreen and even the towel you are going to use. Today we are going to tell you a bit more about natural fibre towels and reasons to choose them over the synthetic ones.

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12
Jul
2015
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The Latest Craze in Home Décor

Fashion is a thing that keeps changing constantly. It also can surprise us, astonish us, and even make us feel nauseous. When we speak about fashion we cannot concentrate into the fashion of clothes, because it cover plenty of things, from car design to home décor. Today we would like to introduce you a new trend in home décor – bed sheets that look like food.

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4
Jul
2015
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Top 5 Linen Clothes that Celebrities Love

Probably all of us read those cheesy magazines about celebrities from time to time. Interest in their personal lives, looks and careers keeps bothering us, especially when all we see on the internet and the TV is celebrities showing up in one or another show, rampaging through some random parties and showing their glowing dresses on the red carpet.

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25
May
2015
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Terry, Wool and Linen – which Blanket is the Most Suitable for You?

With the huge variety of blankets in the market it is getting really difficult to choose the one that suits you the best. One of them is prettier, another one is the warmest of all of them and the third one matches your room décor perfectly? This dilemma can be easily solved. This guide will help you choose the blanket that is perfect for you.

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23
Feb
2015
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Check Your Knowledge about the Pros of Using Linen Sheets

Are you still sleeping in cotton bedding and wondering why on earth people choose linen sheets over the cotton ones? Then maybe it is about time you check your knowledge about linen and find out all the pros of using linen sheets.

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Pros of Linen Sheets :

To start with, linen bedding is great for your health. It warms up in the winter and cools in the summer, so it relieves the skin of excessive heat when body temperature rises and warms you up if you are cold. Resting on linen sheets will ease the pain and discomfort caused by sunburns, and daily contact with linen can reduce sensitivity to cold, flu and other diseases. Recent studies have also demonstrated that female fertility is increased with the use of pure linen sheets. Linen is hypoallergenic – it does not cause allergies, which means that people with allergies or sensitive skin will not need to worry about having an allergic reaction when touching the fabric or sleeping on linen sheets. Organic linen fabric is made from materials that are not exposed to harsh chemicals or pesticides, so the material is considered healthy. Linen has a light massaging effect because of the tiny breaks throughout the fabric. These breaks also stimulate our skin, which stimulates blood flow and promotes relaxation. Linen has been shown to promote deep and relaxing sleep. A recent study found that you fall asleep faster, sleep deeper, and wake up in a better mood after sleeping on linen sheeting.

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Linen Sheets – Excellent Investment

Furthermore, linen is an excellent investment – it is shown to last up to 20 years. Pure linen also destroys bad odors, since it is highly breathable, has high moisture absorbency and remains cool. Organic linen fabric sheets also absorb moisture more efficiently than synthetic materials. It is not only ecologically friendly, it is also antistatic – it remains cleaner for longer periods of time, doesn’t cling to the body, and isn’t easily wrinkled. Linen is 30% stronger than cotton. It is a fabric that becomes softer after every wash.

If you are in doubt, which one to choose : flat sheet or fitted sheet read here.

17
Nov
2014
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Luxury Space and Money Saver

Are you guilty of purchasing different bed sets for each season? From a winter polar vortex to a summer scorcher, it might seem necessary. Until now. Did you know that linen is thermo regulating and can save you space and money?

Linen is the ultimate household multitasker keeping you warm and cool during the appropriate seasons, and allowing to you enjoy luxury bedding all year long. Here at LinenMe we have a few great reasons as to why you should take the plunge into linen:

 

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18
Apr
2013
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Linen Napkins – Practical and Decorative Addition to Every Table

Quality linen napkins are an essential part of a tasteful setting of the table, whether it’s a casual weekend breakfast with spouse, a festive dinner or some stylish party for friends. Sizes and designs of linen napkins have varied greatly over the years and today we have a huge assortment of linen table napkins available.

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The function of table napkins is very simple – they are meant to wipe food and drink from the mouth, and they also can be used as a protection for clothing while eating. Napkins – and especially linen napkins as they are extremely absorbent – are also used as coasters when serving a drink, or serve as a dishtowel to soak up small spills of liquids at the table.

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8
Feb
2013
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Linen Fabric Types

As we all probably know well – linen fabric or weave is produced of fiber of the flax plant. Its softness, natural origins, durability and strength, as well as its antifungal and antibacterial properties are the reasons linen fabric is loved by its fans for. And of course there are various types of the linen fabrics – distinguished from each other by the texture and weave pattern.

Damask linen fabric is a type that is woven on a jacquard loom, using a mix of plain and satin weaves. The fibers most often are flat and reversible, and therefore damask fabric has a smooth texture with a reversible pattern. To make the design and pattern stand out, damask usually comes in one color and is usually used for linen napkins, linen tablecloths, linen table runners and other home textile pieces.? A variation of damask is a Venise linen fabric. It is very finely textured and characterized by large floral patterns.??

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