Sitting in front of a crackling fire on a cold winter’s evening spells pure relaxation and cosy comfort. The days get shorter and shorter, the hours before bedtime seem to stretch out, and it becomes increasingly more difficult to get out of bed on the dark, cold mornings.
Buying bed linen can be confusing. Everywhere you look you find 200 thread count, 300, 400, 600, 800… What does it all really mean? What you’ll also notice is, as the thread count increases, so does the price. It’s almost as if we’ve been led to believe the higher the count the better quality the sheets.
When shopping for bed linen, the words “percale” or “sateen” are often used in the bedding description. But what do these descriptions actually mean? They are both weaves that contribute to how a set of bed linen feels. There is a different look, feel and durability to the finished fabric.
This quote really resonates with me this week, given that Linen Quarter® only launched a few weeks ago. I am hoping it is natural to be this scared when starting a new business. This will give me with the momentum to work really hard to ensure Linen Quarter is a success.
I’m new to the concept of blogging. This is my second blog post ever so I hope you enjoy it and you can sense our passion for organically farmed cotton. What I find fascinating is that when you look at the benefits of buying organic cotton, the facts speak for themselves.
We are so excited to introduce our new business, Linen Quarter®, bringing you beautiful bed linen made from the finest natural 100% organic cotton. A perfect sleep partner. I know, some of you will be thinking that Tom Hardy or Cameron Diaz would be the perfect sleep partner… but we will leave that to your imagination!