Tekla’s new lineup of linen bedding, offered in “Cream White,” “Pearled Ivory,” “Sand Grey” and “Dawn Purple,” are inspired by nature and light. The label describes the colorways as “subtle, monochrome, slightly washed-out colors, related to the hues of nature.” Tekla emphasizes the colors are a reflection of “how different landscapes and textures change our perception of light.”
Each piece in the range is woven with 100-percent French Flax and has a distinct texture that will gradually soften with time. The fabric is absorbent, durable and requires low maintenance. It wrinkles naturally and is suited for warm weather due to its high breathability.
Tekla’s new linen bedding is currently available on the label’s website, starting at £300 GBP (approximately $414 USD) for a standard U.K. double-duvet.
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