In the world of textiles, Belgian Linen is one of the most prized. It’s uniquely soft, thanks to the highly skilled artisans and traditional craftsmanship. This high quality linen is internationally protected, the same way that Champagne is, and for good reason too.

All linen comes from flax, but most linen available today is made in China or India from European Flax. These are labelled as ‘European Flax Linen’ or ‘French Flax Linen’ which means the flax was grown and harvested in Europe, then shipped off far and wide to be transformed into a textile. This is where everything begins to change and quality is compromised. Linen made elsewhere fails in quality compared to Belgian Linen.