French Linen Pillow Sham — Creme White
The Tekla Linen Collection is cut from 100% linen, woven from fibers that have been extracted from the French-grown flax plant. All Tekla products are pre-washed for a richer hand feel and greater durability.
Tekla believe that linen sheets are the immaculate fit for your sleep year-round, being light and breathable during the summery haze while keeping you safe, sound, and warm come winter.
Linen is an at once soft and durable fabric, created from flax fibres. Multiple washes will increase the softness of the fabric while guarding it from both pilling in stretch and losing its shape. The Tekla linen is hypoallergenic, moisture wicking and adjustable to body temperature, ensuring coolness during summer and warmth throughout winter.
The Tekla linen collection is cut from 100% linen, woven from fibres that have been extracted from the French-grown flax plant.
If cared for properly, these sheets can last you for decades; thus, we kindly ask you to sleep, jump, daze, rise, and unwind in your sheets. It will only make them more yours.
Size 50x70cm / 19.7 x 27.6"
Origin Made in Portugal
Material 100% French Linen
Tekla Fabrics is a homeware design studio based in Copenhagen, Denmark with a collection of home textiles carefully curated for the modern home.
They want to bring a high level of design into our modern lives. The bedding looks and feels great without ironing – they are meant to be machine washed and hung dry. The duvet covers ties to the duvets so the silhouette stays crisp.
Their towels were developed to be extra absorbent and also maintain their fluffy texture after machine washing. And the bathrobes, inspired by Scandinavian bathing culture, have deep pockets and extra large hoods.
Tekla strives to make the least impact possible on our environment. Their cotton products are made from organic cotton and all products are eco-tex marked which means they are free of harmful chemicals. The entire range is designed at their studio in Copenhagen and produced in Europe.View The Collection