What makes linen?
Linen is made from flax, which is a rare product that represents less than 1% of all textile fibers consumed worldwide.
The English word "flax" has been purposefully chosen. It translates the notion of the "linen fibre", and is more appropriate than the generic word "linen" whose definitions take in the thread, linen textiles, and homeware textiles.
Where is your linen sourced?
With a goal to provide the highest quality in sourcing, our yarns are spun in one of the oldest flax mills in Europe and dyed before woven into fabrics. Meaning the fabrics are made in a way that it is long lasting with a more desirable finish.
The production process consists of six main stages: yarn spinning, weaving, designing, dyeing, finishing, and sewing. Having all these stages completed under one roof allows us to control the quality of our products.
Where can I see and feel the bedding in person?
Visit any of the Örling & Wu shop-in-shops locations to get your first-hand experience of our beddings.
How can I be sure of the size and fit of your sheets and duvet covers?
Want to know if the sizes fit? Send us your duvet and/or mattress measurements to our Customer Care team and we can make sure you find the right fit for your bed.
Do you offer fabric swatches?
Order our fabric swatches so you can easily match your colours at home, wash it to test it out and feel the quality without any pressure to buy.
How should I care for linen bedding?
Hand or machine was under 40ºC / 104ºF on a gentle cycle with similar colours using mild detergent. We recommend removing linen from the dryer while still slightly damp to air dry until it completely dries.
If you feel the need to iron, use a low setting. Do not dry clean, tumble dry on high heat, wring out, or use bleach. This will damage and shorten the life span of linen