Sage and Clare Benita Linen Pillowcase Set

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The Sage and Clare linen bedding range is made from European Flax linen. Rest that weary head on long-lasting linen that gets softer with every wash. Finished with a rear seam opening, hide away those white pillow inserts for a truly elevated finish.

“Add the beauty of a flourishing wildflower meadow to your bedroom with our Benita bed linen. Oversized flowers in a colour palette inspired by sepia-toned ’70s photographs create a nostalgic and uplifting vibe. Complete the look or pair with contrasting prints to make your space your own.” – Phoebe’s Style Notes

  • One-of-a-kind quality and attention to detail
  • Luxe European linen brings breathability and softness for the ultimate night’s sleep
  • Finished with a rear opening so pillow inserts stay hidden for an elevated look
  • Sold as a set of two, because two is better than one

DETAILS
Measures 73 x 50cm (standard) / 90 x 50cm (king)
Port, Tiramisu, Mocha, Valencia, Crema, Sorbet
Made from European flax linen

Match it with the Sage & Clare Benita Cosmetic Bag.

$99.00

2 in stock

Additional information

Linen Care:

1. Wash prior to use.
2. Warm gentle machine wash at 40 degrees with like colours and fabrics (do not mix with towels or other items likely to leave lint).
3. Do not wash with sharp-edged clothing accessories such as metal zippers, buttons and hooks.
4. Use a mild eucalyptus based detergent (such as a wool friendly detergent – commonly found in the supermarket) that doesn’t contain optical brightening agents to ensure your linen doesn’t weaken or discolour over time.
5. Fabric softener is not required. As linen is a natural fabric, it will soften over time on its own.
6. Clean stains as quickly as possible after they appear by gently soaking and washing. Stains that have been left to set will be difficult to remove.
7. Do not bleach or dry clean.
8. Air dry where possible otherwise tumble dry on low to medium for 15 minutes (do not use the high/hot setting as this will damage the fibres).
9. Do not overload the dryer.
10. Remove your linen from the dryer while it is still slightly damp and allow to air dry over a bed or railing if you hate ironing as much as we do. This will allow gravity to take care of most creases.
11. Do not leave your linen on the clothesline or in direct sunlight for an extended period of time as natural fibres are susceptible to sun bleaching.
12. Make sure your linen is completely dry before storing to prevent dampness and mildew.

With the correct care you will prolong the life of your linen and enjoy it for many years to come!