Bed styled with Cultiver linen bedding including a Bluestone Duvet Cover, Fitted Sheet and Pillowcases and Natural Pillowcases and Flat Sheet.
Linen Fitted Sheet - White
Linen Flat Sheet with Border - White
Stack of 2 Linen Pillowcases in White
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Build your own sheet set

Create your own sheet set from our range of separates. Select your preferred fitted sheet, flat sheet and pillowcases from our colour range below to calculate the set price.

2. Linen Flat Sheet with Border Size Chart

3. Set of 2 Linen Pillowcases Size Chart

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Silk Linen Flip Pillowcase

Silk Linen Flip Pillowcase $70.00

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Frequently asked questions

  • What does CULTIVER linen feel like?

    CULTIVER linen is breathable, luxurious and soft from the first time you use it. To see linen in motion, click here.
  • What are the benefits of linen?

    Comfort - Our linen is pre-washed with natural enzymes to accelerate the softening process.
    Sustainable - Linen fabric is produced more efficiently than other fabrics from eco-friendly Flax crops, with very little water and pesticides.
    Breathable - Given its woven nature, pure linen bedding will be temperate to sleep in, for both hot and cool sleepers.
    Easy to care for - Linen doesn't require ironing to look beautiful.
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  • What are the drivers of high quality linen?

    There are many steps throughout the production process that contribute to the overall product quality, including:
    1. The source of the flax.
    2. The quality of the weaving.
    3. The dyeing process, whether yarn dyed or garment dyed.
    4. The sewing and quality of the finished products, and
    5. The enzyme-wash, which ensures a soft vintage feel from day one.
  • What is the difference between the woven and solid colours?

    Our solid linen gets its colour from a stable and safe fabric dying process, while the woven colours and stripes are created through two coloured yarns being woven together.