Two years of research and travel later, Pure Linen was realised and released onto the Australian market in June 2007. Ever since then, the brand has sourced unique, classical and contemporary products throughout the globe from napery to bed linen.
Pure Linen have a strong sense of the environment and quality control. Growers of flax and manufacturers of linen since 1824, their manufacturers (who have won Gold Medals for ‘ecologically pure and safe production’) take special care at every step to ensure that the wonderful natural qualities of flax are maintained and physical qualities are upheld, such as spectacular durability, tensile strength, air permeability and heat conductivity with amazing health benefits.
Decoration + Design Blog received these delightful new images from Pure Linen in our inbox recently and had to share. See the full range at the next D+D from 19-22 July at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.
The Eco-Natural “Planet Earth” Bed Linen Collection is proudly handcrafted in Australia available in eco-Certified White Belgian Linen in Optical White or Natural Flax and in Lithuanian Linen in Optical White or Semi-Natural. Keeping it nice and simple, clean and contemporary, no embroidery, no hem stitching. Nothing but the best has been dedicated in honour of our `Planet Earth’.
Elegant in its simplicity and beautiful quality in optical white and semi-natural linen woven into contemporary works of art, that are lovingly and thoughtfully designed and crafted to grace the finest of homes. The Doona Covers are closed by simple but beautiful mother of pearl buttons. In addition to the sizes listed above, they can also make to order bed linen in single, king single and double bed sizes.
Breathtaking quality meticulously woven to create the unique fabric used in these stunning collection of damask tablecloths, runners and napkins. You will notice the unsurpassed quality workmanship throughout. Made in Europe for Pure Linen, 100% pure linen. Colours are: Red and Gold; Natural Flax & Red.
The design is based on original antique 18th century french embroidery – hand crafted in Australia from European linen.