These days it is possible to find bedding in just about every type of retail store. From pricey department stores to smaller discount retail chains, it is certainly not a challenge to find attractive bedding. It is, however, a challenge to find bedding that is actually made with high quality materials. Sure, you can pay any small price for bedding that looks nice but don’t you want something that is going to last for a long time?
Did you know that a linen bed sheet set offers the sleeper a totally hypo-allergenic option? Did you also know that this fabric is considered to be one of the most luxurious of all beddings? Finally, are you aware that the linen manufacturing process makes linen sheets among the most eco-friendly too? Readmore »
Linum Usitatissimum translates from Latin as “most useful linen.” In naming this species, botanists recognized the inherent value of the humble flax plant. For ten thousand years or more, man has known this gentle gift of nature was the source of textiles with special properties: soft hand, rich color absorption, lasting durability, and unrivalled comfort.
Short Term Offer: Buy your linen bedding now and receive 15 % discount at Clatteringford, high end linen manufactured in Belgium by Libeco-Lagae.
Buy two pure linen housewife pillow cases for £50. Enjoy the crisp cool luxury of pure linen, ideal for hot weather with linens super absorbent quality and natural lustrous and smooth feel.Add a fitted linen sheet from £75 single and £80 double and get free postage for orders over £100.
Remember its the linen bottom sheet that’s the most important to keep you cool at night
New in Clatteringford introduces beautiful high quality linen jackets made in Portugal by Torre from finest Italian fabric woven in Biella.
Italian style cool and chic for the up and coming Euro-man, in navy and beige, limited stock £179.This jacket is so comfortable in warm weather and when travelling Readmore »
This beautiful alpaca knitwear is made from 100% pure alpaca fleece, long recognised as one of the finest fibres in the world with special insulating properties.
Linen uses minimal fertilizer and pesticides compared to cotton and every tonne of fertilizer needs 10 tonnes of water in production. Cotton uses 12% of the worlds fertilizers for 3% crop area.
Clearing out your linen cupboard, why not upgrade the stock for visiting guests with our spring value offers
Buy your favourites and spoil yourself, combat the winter weather warnings with our lovely winter woollies.