Welcome to the  World of Fine Linens

Welcome to the World of Fine Linens

Our expertise is yours to draw from. Turn to our fabric, care and styling guides to give life to your idyllic bedroom sanctuary.
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HOW DO YOU LIKE TO SLEEP?
Find the perfect linens for a wonderful night’s sleep, select your preferences below to receive recommendations.
Whichever bed linen selection, design or fabric suits your style, the unsurpassed craftsmanship of Frette’s bedding and linens ensures that our beauty is more than skin-deep.
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Temperature
Cool
Cool
For bed linens that are cool and crisp to the touch, explore Percale, Poplin and Linen collections, known for their breathability and a cool sleeping experience.
Temperate
Temperate
For the perfect balance between cool and warm, turn to Cotton Sateen bed linens. Woven with a loose interlacing weave from a fine, dense thread, sateen is known for its lustre and silky hand-feel.
Warm
Warm
Seeking a warmer sleeping experience? Higher thread counts loan weight and warmth to the bed. Explore Frette’s Ultimate and Grace collections for extra cosy nights.
Feel
Crisp
Crisp
Fine, simple weaves make for cool and crisp bed linens. For lightweight bedding with a crisp finish, explore Percale collections.
Smooth
Smooth
The densely woven fibres of Poplin bed linens provide a smooth finish, perfectly balanced with moderate warmth for a cosier sleeping experience.
Silky
Silky
For a sumptuous, silk-like hand-feel, turn to impeccably soft and smooth Cotton Sateen bed linens, which offer the warmest sleeping experience.
Style
Minimalist
Minimalist
Pared-back elegance defined by classic staples designed for seamless integration across an array of personal styles.
Modern
Modern
Simplicity with dynamism by way of geometric colour blocking and bold design details.
Romantic
Romantic
Opulent design details by way of lace and embroidery loan a touch of romanticism to the bedroom.

CARE GUIDE

To begin, sort cotton linens by colour (whites, light colours, dark colours) and category (sheets, towels, tablecloths). Do not include items made of synthetic fibres nor garments with components that may damage fabrics (zippers, hooks, metal parts). When loading the machine, ensure items are unfolded.

Delicate items with lace and embroidery should be enclosed in a large, lightweight mesh laundry bag. Pillowcases and duvet covers should be washed inside out to protect embellishments.

Wash in cold water. When the wash cycle is complete, remove linens immediately and shake to minimise wrinkles.

Frette cotton is selected to achieve the optimal balance of strength, softness, longevity and comfort. To preserve these qualities, select mild biodegradable liquid detergent free of bleach and whiteners. Avoid powdered detergent or detergents containing alkali and make sure detergent is fully dissolved before water touches the fabric. The amount of detergent needed depends on the linens’ soil level and the water’s hardness.

When machine drying, never dry at high temperatures. If your dryer is adjustable, use the medium temperature fan and medium spin speed. For bed linens,remove from the dryer before completely dry, gently lay flat on an ironing board, then iron.

When line drying, open each item and shake before hanging. Do not place articles in direct sunlight as sunlight will cause colours to fade and white to yellow.

When ironing cotton, use a steam iron on a warm/high setting. For embroidered linens, iron items on the reverse side and whilst damp for best results. Avoid using spray starch.

 

After ironing, store cotton folded flat in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Cottons stored long-term should avoid being stored in plastic bags and boxes as natural fibres need to breathe. Make sure stored cottons are not exposed to direct sunlight, which can cause permanent yellowing. For a crisp clean scent, store with a scented sachet.

 

To begin, sort linens by colour (whites, light colours, dark colours) and category (sheets, towels, tablecloths). Do not include items made of synthetic fibres nor garments with components that may damage fabrics (zippers, hooks, metal parts). When loading the machine, ensure items are unfolded.

Delicate items with lace and embroidery should be enclosed in a large, lightweight mesh laundry bag. Pillowcases and duvet covers should be washed inside out to protect embellishments.

Wash in cold water. When the wash cycle is complete, remove linens immediately and shake to minimise wrinkles.

Frette linen is selected to achieve the optimal balance of strength, softness, longevity and comfort. To preserve these qualities, select mild biodegradable liquid detergent free of bleach and whiteners. Avoid powdered detergent or detergents containing alkali and make sure detergent is fully dissolved before water touches the fabric. The amount of detergent needed depends on the linens’ soil level and the water’s hardness.

When machine drying, never dry at high temperatures. Use the low temperature fan and low spin speed settings. Remove from the dryer when damp, then line dry.

When line drying, open each item and shake before hanging. Do not place articles in direct sunlight as sunlight will cause colours to fade and white to yellow.

When ironing linen, use a steam iron on a warm/high setting. For embroidered linens, iron items on the reverse side and whilst damp for best results. Avoid using spray starch.

 

 

After ironing, store linen folded flat in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Linens stored long-term should avoid being stored in plastic bags and boxes as natural fibres need to breathe. Make sure stored linens are not exposed to direct sunlight, which can cause permanent yellowing. For a crisp clean scent, store with a scented sachet.

 

 

 

When ironing silk, use a steam iron on a low setting. For embellished linens, iron items on the reverse side. Do not use spray starch.

Delicate fibres such as silk are best professionally cleaned. To avoid excessive shrinkage on top-of-the-bed pieces, such as light quilts, bedspreads, and blankets, dry cleaning is recommended. Be sure to use professional dry cleaners who have experience with luxury linens and natural fibres.

Store silk folded flat in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Silks stored long-term should avoid being stored in plastic bags and boxes as natural fibres need to breathe. Make sure stored silks are not exposed to direct sunlight, which can cause permanent yellowing. For a crisp clean scent, store with a scented sachet.

 

 

 

To preserve the natural fibres of wool, when ironing, use a steam iron on a low setting. Do not over iron or keep the iron on the fabric for prolonged periods of time, as this will result in scortching. A piece of cotton may use between iron and wool to prevent damage. Do not use spray starch.

Delicate fibres such as wool are best professionally cleaned. To avoid excessive shrinkage on top-of-the-bed pieces, such as light quilts, bedspreads, and blankets, dry cleaning is recommended. Be sure to use professional dry cleaners who have experience with luxury linens and natural fibres.

 

Store wool folded flat in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Wools stored long-term should avoid being stored in plastic bags and boxes as natural fibres need to breathe. Make sure stored wools are not exposed to direct sunlight, which can cause permanent yellowing. For a crisp clean scent, store with a scented sachet.

 

 

 

 

Delicate fibres such as cashmere are best professionally cleaned. To avoid excessive shrinkage on top-of-the-bed pieces, such as light quilts, bedspreads, and blankets, dry cleaning is recommended. Be sure to use professional dry cleaners who have experience with luxury linens and natural fibres.

 

Store cashmere folded flat in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Cashmeres stored long-term should avoid being stored in plastic bags and boxes as natural fibres need to breathe. Make sure stored cashmeres are not exposed to direct sunlight, which can cause permanent yellowing. For a crisp clean scent, store with a scented sachet.

To begin, sort cotton terry by colour (whites, light colours, dark colours). Do not include items made of synthetic fibres nor garments with components that may damage fabrics (zippers, hooks, metal parts). When loading the machine, ensure items are unfolded.

Delicate items with lace and embroidery should be enclosed in a large, lightweight mesh laundry bag.

Wash in cold water. When the wash cycle is complete, remove linens immediately and shake to minimise wrinkles.

 

Frette cotton terry is selected to achieve the optimal balance of strength, softness, longevity and comfort. To preserve these qualities, select mild biodegradable liquid detergent free of bleach and whiteners. Avoid powdered detergent or detergents containing alkali and make sure detergent is fully dissolved before water touches the fabric. The amount of detergent needed depends on the linens’ soil level and the water’s hardness.

 

When machine drying, never dry at high temperatures. Use the low temperature fan and low spin speed settings. Remove from the dryer before completely dry.

When line drying, open each item and shake before hanging. Do not place articles in direct sunlight as sunlight will cause colours to fade and white to yellow.

 

To protect the softness and absorbency of towels, do not iron. To avoid wrinkles, remove from dryer before completely dry, then shake and fold.

 

 

 

Store cotton terry folded flat in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Terry cottons stored long-term should avoid being stored in plastic bags and boxes as natural fibres need to breathe. Make sure stored terry cottons are not exposed to direct sunlight, which can cause permanent yellowing. For a crisp clean scent, store with a scented sachet.

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