Our Moustier Duck Egg Linen Flat Sheet is made from 100% pure linen, and features an elegant mitered hem border along all four edges. Also known as a top sheet, this timeless addition can be used in a number of ways from season-to-season. Perfect for warmer months, use this navy blue flat sheet as a lightweight, breathable blanket for a cool and comfortable night's sleep. Can also be utilised underneath a mattress as a fitted sheet or laid below the mattress as a wonderful valance. The pale blue duck egg colour looks beautiful turned over onto a Classic White duvet cover, or pair with Parisian Blue or Lens Charcoal for a darker contrast.
- 100% pure European linen, made in Europe
- Features an elegant 2.5cm mitered hem border on all edges
- Available in seven colourways
- Pre-washed to enhance our linen's natural softness
- Machine washable at 40 degrees
- Regular use will make the bedding more supple and enduring
- Our linen is naturally hypoallergenic and is breathable, allowing flat sheets to regulate body temperature at night
- Bedding can be personalised with our monogramming or hand stamping service
"Wonderfully versatile and effortlessly appealing, duck egg blue is a classic shade that continues to work its way quietly into our affections. This linen colour was an inspiration from a summer trip to Provence to the village named Moustiers-Sainte-Marie.
The river flowing through Les Gorges Du Verdon has corals and limestone deposits reflecting a wonderful pale duck egg shade.
The calm current truly encourages one to take a slow pace, eyes turned towards the summit of the spectacular rock walls which lines the river."
- Larissa, Creative Director
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Ageing gracefully is always something we have admired here at The Linen Works. Our enduring, pure European linens are celebrated for enhancing over time and, as we age and exceed 10 cherished years in business, we value our long-standing relationships with the European linen industry and its skilled artisans more than ever.
With the increase in linen popularity for the home and wardrobe, we believe in the importance of integrity with the making of our linen which tells a fascinating story. From field to fibre, from yarn to fabric, we continue to invest only in European craftsmanship and its local communities throughout the entire production process. The Linen Works’ 100% linen is not only grown from the flax plant in France and Belgium, but also woven into our products in Europe. We pride ourselves in working with only a handful of established mills and family-run weavers, many of whom have been producing premium linen for over 150-years, to bring you the highest quality of lasting linen into everyday living in a natural, sustainable way. That said, we are hugely proud to supply worldwide and be recognised as the only UK linen brand to have its beautiful, timeless linens stocked in all three of the UK’s most reputable luxury department stores since 2015: Harrods, Selfridges & Co and Liberty London.
We hope that this gives you a better, more inspiring understanding of our ethos and close-knit relationship with the linen industry and its exciting prospects for The Linen Works. If you feel that you need a little more information to help you further fall in love with our linen before purchasing with us, please do drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3744 1020 and we will be very happy to express its benefits in full to you.
- Single | 180x270cm
- Double | 230x270cm
- King | 270x270cm
- Super King | 300x270cm
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Washing your linen on a gentle cycle at 40°C should be sufficient, while white linens can be washed at a higher temperature of 60°C. Only use bleach on white products.
We recommend air drying, however products can be tumble dried on a low heat and removed when slightly damp. Iron a touch damp for a crisp aesthetic or leave as dried for that signature crumpled look of lived-in linen.
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It is always a delight to own something that has been personalised or gifted just for you. A thoughtful gesture to treasure, it is a wonderful way to ensure further joy when linens arrive.
The time-honoured, traditional practise of monogramming linens turns a household into a precious keepsake that can be cherished for years to come, while our hand stamping service is a fun and natural way to add a personal touch to our linens.
Popular choices for personalisation are names, initials or memorable dates, allowing linens to be passed down generations. A great present for birthdays, anniversaries and special occasions, please do get in touch if you have any questions at all regarding this service.
Just click ‘Would you like to personalise?’ on a product page to add to basket and customise.
DELIVERY TIME (time frame excludes weekends and bank holidays):
- Monogramming: a maximum of 15 characters (£25) – 10 working days
- Hand stamping: a maximum of 15 characters (£8) – 5 working days