The World's Oldest, Most Modern Fabric

Whether it's a classic style, bold colours, prints and textures; get material gains in your home with linen.

Cool in the summer, warm in winter, tough yet soft and produced with minimal impact to the environment. Linen might be 36,000 years old but the world's oldest fabric is also the most futuristic. Through colourful sofas, textured lampshades and cushions, linen is your ticket to modernising your home.

Linen's durability and versatility mean that designers have really been experimenting with dyes and patterns. Bold colours, design, embroidery and embellishment allow you to have fun in the interior design of your home. Whether that's in the bathroom, bedroom or living room, linen is the key to creating a unique design that is going to last and wear well.

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We are in love with Soho Home's use of linen in their designs, while The Linen Works shows the perfect way to splash some colour in your home. Check out some our favourite ways to modernise your home with linen.

Go bold with patterns and colours in linen cushions, throws and footstools in your living room. Bombay Duck is perfect for making a bold statement with their embroidered benches.

Add texture while staying classic by introducing simple touches to your dining table or kitchen. The White Company creates staple products that can easily become heirlooms passed down through generations.

Tie the colour palette and design of your room together with varying tonal shades of simple linen towels. The Linen Works is the expert on making linen products for the modern home.