We first slept on linen sheeting while traveling in the lavender-wilds of France and it was one of the best slumbers of our lives to date. It might have been the Bandol Rouge, but the airy-soft breathable comfort of the delicious linen bedding made the bed feel like it was just somehow made for our bodies. We love how a linen-made bed looks—somehow perfectly imperfect (also, a gentle reminder that a clean, cozy, well-loved space does not necessarily live and die by its hospital corners)—but we really love how it feels. Linen is the best temperature regulator of all natural fibers, keeping in warmth during chillier seasons and staying cool when it's hot. And like all things beautiful, linen, and French, this sheeting gets better and better and better with age, tumbling out of every wash and dry cycle like a tousled linen Bardot. They're basically magic.
Fits standard pillows.
This washes up beautifully but, as mentioned, just-washed linen tends not to be the crispest. We love the aesthetic of this natural softness with no extra fuss, but if more precise sheeting fits your vibe, you can minimize wrinkles by line drying or by washing and drying smaller loads and folding as soon as it's done drying.