The oldest textile fibre in the world

What is linen?

Linen is a natural and sustainable fibre made from the stalks of the linseed plant, which is extolled as one of the highest quality and best valued fabrics. Composed mainly of cellulose, it has excellent beneficial properties for your well-being that will make you enjoy an unparalleled rest.

A high quality natural fabric

Prestigious, silky and produced in small quantities, linen fibre is the longest fibre in the world. Grown mainly in France, Belgium and the Netherlands, it is a totally natural and environmentally friendly fibre whose components are 100% biodegradable. It needs very little water for it to grow and is free of any chemical fertilizer.  

Heat-regulating properties

Linen fibre is a material with an excellent ability to regulate temperature, keeping you cool in summer and warm during winter. It keeps your body 3-4 degrees below room temperature on the warmest nights of the year and stabilizes your body temperature during winter, providing you a cosy rest year round.


Absorbent and hypoallergenic

With absorbent and breathable properties, linen is capable of absorbing up to 20% of the body's moisture, expelling it to the outside to eliminate perspiration and keep you dry throughout the night.

A hypoallergenic material suitable for people with very sensitive skin or who suffer from allergies. With antibacterial and fungicidal properties, it is highly resistant to pests and neutralizes bad odours. Take charge of your rest and well-being.



Resistant and durable, linen is present in the composition of our mattresses to ensure you get the rest you deserve. Cool and warm at the same time, lightweight, breathable, absorbent and hypoallergenic, adapts to the ambient temperature. The result? You will fall asleep sooner, wake up less during the night and enjoy a more restful sleep.