Linen couch cover (bed throw) for a sofa made of a fabric with an increased weight of 285 g/m heavy linen. The cover for the sofa is an ideal solution not only for everyday use when we want to protect the piece of furniture from pet fur, our children’s dirty hands, or accidental stains resulting from everyday use but above all, it is a great way to redesign an old sofa by renewing its appearance without replacing it.
The couch cover will work perfectly in living spaces and holiday cabins, where we often decide to bring our old furniture, as well as in a rental apartment where we can’t or don’t want to replace the sofa. A sofa covered in natural linen is also a great decorative solution for interiors in a casual boho style.
The sofa should be measured according to the instructions in one of the product images. Please send these measurements together with a photo of the sofa to email@example.com. In case of any doubt, we will ask for details and then present the recommended cover size together with an individual offer.
The cover can be removed at any time and washed in the regular washing machine.
WARNING! The bed throw for the sofa has the shape of a rectangle sewn from linen material and a decorative edge. We sew the linen cover only for individual orders, so we adapt it to your furniture. Personalized products are non-refundable according to Consumer Law.
Thepriceisshown as an examplefora couch cover withthedimensions200 x300 cm.
PERSONALIZED EMBROIDERY: Add an embroidery with your initials or special dedication and personalize your linens!
DIMENSIONS: Linen is a natural fabric, its fibers are constantly “moving”. That is why we assume a tolerance range of 1-2 cm in the dimensions
COLORS: The colors showcased on the photos may slightly differ depending on the screen settings, that is why we recommend ordering fabric samples
Stonewashed linen is an undemanding fabric, it can be easily maintained at home. All of our so linen! products are made of the highest quality 100% linen. We would like to present you some of the key information on how to keep your linen products in great shape for years.
Linen is a magical fabric. It cools you during summer, it swathes your body and keeps you warm in winter. But there’s more! List of its unique proprieties is endless. It’s anti-allergic, natural and skin-friendly. It’s extremely durable, therefore it’s very popular among those who value quality of their soft goods. Linen is sustainable and fully biodegradable. It’s airy, antistatic and antibacterial…. There are so many reasons to take proper care of it and enjoy it for years!
We advise to wash linen separately (without other fabrics) and to segregate colors (don’t mix white with colors). When you wash your bed linens, remember to turn them inside out and to fasten their buttons.
Linen may be hand washed, or washed in a washing machine using a delicate wash cycle. It is important that the garments are not packed too tightly so they can move easily in the drum. Do not wring or twist linen – this could cause the fabric to lose its original shape. Linen products become softer and softer with every washing.
Use only delicate washing products. Strong detergents or bleach weaken linen fibers and may discolor the fabric. We don’t recommend using liquid fabric softeners which are created for synthetic fabrics, not for the natural ones. Such liquids coat the fibers and decrease the absorbing proprieties of linen.
After taking out the laundry, products should be flicked and hanged while they are still damp. If it’s possible dry your linens outside. During drying the fabric gains its natural aerate texture. Linen doesn’t like over drying, it makes its fibers more brittle and prone to damage.
Stonewashed linen products may be dried in tumble dryers. However, you should be very careful with that, since it may cause shrinking. Drying cycle should be really delicate. The best is to take the products out of the dryer while they are still damp. Drying in a dryer will cause the fabric to be softly aerated and extremely pleasant to touch. You should remember though, that drying in a dryer shortens the life of linen fibers.
Linen wrinkles – that’s its nature, and also its charm Stonewashed linen has delicate, aerated texture, so we don’t recommend ironing our products. However, if it’s necessary and you want to achieve elegant look of an ironed fabric, we advise to use high temperature and to iron products while they are still slightly damp.
Linen should be washed in cool or warm water – we recommend 30, maximum 40°C. Higher temperatures may cause linen to shrink even by 10%, so it’s vital to follow the recommendations concerning the temperature of washing.
SHRINKING AND DURABILITY
During the production process, linen is softened and shrunk. When maintained properly, its maximum shrinkage may reach only to as much as 3%. Regarding bedding linens (especially sheets), we recommend using a few sets alternately.
Linen doesn’t like to be pressed, so if you keep it in the closet, make sure it has good air circulation.