Fawn Duvet Set
Add some warmth to your bedroom with this beautiful neutral shade. Our 100% pure linen Duvet Set in Fawn embodies a caramel-like undertone making your bedroom that much sweeter. Layer with one of our exclusive printed Sheet Sets for a truly dreamy combo.
- 1 x 100% pure linen duvet cover
- 2 x 100% pure linen standard size pillowcases (x 1 for single)
- 1 x Linen Social storage bag
- Luxury tie closure
- High quality stitching
- 100% pure Linen woven from French flax
- 165~170gsm, 14sx14s, 54x54
- OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified fabric
- Factory SA8000 certified
For more, see our Duvet Set Product Features
Linen Social is passionate about offering quality products - we want you to love your linen as much as we do!
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All Linen Products
The beauty of natural linen is that regular washing will only make it softer and even more luxurious. Our linen is extremely durable and made from high-quality natural fibres, however, it’s important to maintain and care for your linen correctly to avoid damage. Please consult our Linen Care guide below to help you make the most out of your linen!
Washing And Drying Your Linen
For regular cleaning, we recommend a warm and gentle hand or machine wash with a mild detergent (no bleach or detergent with optical brighteners). Washing your linen with high temperatures can cause shrinkage and weaken the natural fibres.
We also recommend separating white, light and dark linens prior to machine washing, and washing linens separately from other fabrics. Avoid soaking your linens for more than 10 minutes. If you choose to outsource your linen cleaning to external providers, please ensure they are aware of the appropriate way to care for your linen.
Linen can be tumble-dried on a low heat. Alternatively, we recommend air-drying your linen where possible for a softer, more superior finish. Avoid over-drying linen or drying in direct sunlight as this can cause damage to the fibres making them appear brittle, bleached and feel dented.
Storing Your Linen
To prevent mildew, make sure your linens are completely dry before storing. Linen is created using natural fibres that need to breathe, and are best kept in cool, dry areas with appropriate ventilation. Avoid storing your linen in direct sunlight, as this can cause discolouration.
Ironing Your Linen
Natural linens are designed to have a soft, textural finish after washing. Creases and wrinkles are all part of the beauty and magic of pure linen! However, if you do wish to iron or press your linen, we recommend using a medium-hot iron while the material is still damp for best results.
Should I wash my bedding before sleeping in it?
Absolutely! This is something we highly recommend before the first use of our linen.
How do I wash my bedding?
We recommend washing your linen separately using lukewarm water (<40 degrees) and either a gentle hand wash or machine wash on a delicate cycle, using a mild detergent (such as Softly Delicates) that contains no bleach or optical brighteners. Fabric softener is not necessary or required when washing linen. Linen will naturally soften with each wash. If you choose to hand wash your linen only leave to soak for a maximum of 10 minutes.
We recommend laying your linen flat to air-dry in the shade and out of direct sunlight. We advise against drying your linen in a tumble dryer. If you do need to use a tumble dryer, do so on low heat only and ensure that your linen is removed whilst still slightly damp and lay flat to finish drying. Over drying your linen in a tumble dryer may cause the linen to become brittle and bleached.
Why Linen Social?
If you’re looking for eco-friendly bedding, linen is the answer. Our pure linen duvet sets and sheet sets are sourced sustainably and ethically from flax plants in France. The cool thing about flax plants is that all parts of the plant are used, with absolutely zero wastage. Plus, the cultivation of flax requires only one-fifth of the pesticides, irrigation and energy used to produce cotton - making it a smarter choice for your bedding.