Collection: Linen Upholstery and Drapery Fabric

Linen is a popular natural fibre that has been used for centuries in the production of home décor fabrics. Here is some information about linen upholstery and drapery:

1. Linen is a Sustainable Natural Fibre

 Linen is derived from the flax plant, making it a natural and sustainable fibre. It is known for its durability and longevity. Linen is more sustainable than other natural fibres because it grows easily without pesticides.

2. Breathable and Comfortable

Linen is highly breathable, which makes it an excellent choice for home décor items like curtains, roman blinds, slipcovers and upholstery. It helps regulate temperature and keeps you cool in hot weather.

3. Texture and Appearance

Linen fabric has a distinct texture with a slightly coarse and grainy feel. Linen softens over time. The texture adds depth and character to home décor items. Linen also has a natural lustre, which can add a luxurious look to your home.

4. Versatility

Linen home décor fabric is versatile and can be used for all interior design styles. Common applications include curtains, tablecloths, napkins, upholstery, and cushion covers. 

5. Durable and Long-Lasting

Good quality linen is woven with long fibres and is one of the strongest natural fibres, which means that linen home décor items are durable and can withstand wear and tear. With proper care, linen products can last for many years.

6. Wrinkles

One of the downsides of linen is that it wrinkles easily. Some people appreciate the relaxed, lived-in look of wrinkled linen, while others prefer a more polished appearance. Ironing or steaming can help. If you love the look of linen but need a lower maintenance product, use either a heavier weight linen or choose a blend. 

7. Maintenance

Linen is relatively easy to care for. It is typically machine washable, but it's essential to follow care instructions to maintain its quality. Always prewash and wash in cold, selecting gentle cycles with less agitation. Use the dryer to almost dry. Remove from the dryer and hand press while damp to remove the larger wrinkles. If you have a steam setting in your dryer this is helpful only if the fabric was pre-shrunk. For spot removal be sure to test any product in a hidden spot. Some products can bleach out colour.

8. Cost

Linen is considered a premium fabric, so it tends to be more expensive than synthetic or cotton alternatives. However, many people find the investment worthwhile due to its comfort and visual appeal.