- Made of 100% stone-washed European flax linen at 165gsm
- Fits most bolsters perfectly at 37cm x 107cm
- Designed with easy-to-tie strings to ensure a snug fit for even the fattest bolsters
- The strings are made with the same linen to ensure you hug a soft bolster all around
- Provides a textured lived-in look while still remaining soft and comfortable
- Super breathable – even more breathable than cotton
- 37cm x 107cm / 15 inches x 42 inches
Delivery & returns
- Free shipping on orders more than RM150 to West Malaysia; RM30 to East Malaysia; S$14 to Singapore
- 30 days easy returns. Products are to be returned in its original packaging and not used or washed
- Shipped next business day
- Gentle machine wash
- Tumble dry on low heat
- Wash with baking soda/ vinegar for super soft sheets (optional)
Classic: extra-long staple cotton
100% sustainable TENCEL™ Lyocell
Smooth and soft - like butter. Choose this if you like 5* hotel sheets
Silky soft with a sheen. Choose if you like a cooling touch and a silk-like finish
Extremely durable and if cared for correctly, can last for years. It will soften and grow more comfortable with every wash
37mm extra-long staple cotton
100% sustainable TENCEL™ Lyocell
Made of 100% stone-washed European flax linen at 165gsm
No special washing required. Very durable and no pilling for years
Gentle or hand wash, otherwise pilling may occur
Durable and if cared for properly, can last for decades.
What is flax linen?
Answer: French flax linen is a type of fabric made from the fibers of the flax plant. The flax plant is grown primarily in northern and western Europe, with France being one of the leading producers of flax for linen production.
French flax linen is known for its softness, durability, and natural beauty. It is a popular choice for bedding, clothing, and home textiles due to its comfort and luxurious feel. The fabric is also eco-friendly, as flax is a sustainable and renewable resource.
One of the unique characteristics of French flax linen is its natural texture, which gives it a distinctive and elegant look. The fabric is also highly absorbent and breathable, making it ideal for bedding and clothing.
What do linen sheets feel like?
Answer: Buttery soft, luxurious and "feels like a hug" are all phrases that have been used to describe our linen. To the touch, natural flax linen has a weighty, tactile feel that's incredibly cosy and comforting, yet breathable enough to use year-round. If you're new to flax linen you might notice it feels slightly crisp or rigid on first arrival. That's because linen gets better over time, and starts softening upon contact with water. The more you wash and use your linen, the softer and more comfortable it will become.
How is linen different to other fabrics?
Answer: Linen outperforms other types of materials in a number of respects. Boasting incredible tensile strength, it's more durable and hardwearing compared to cotton, lyocell, polyester or wool. In fact, linen is one of the strongest natural fibres there is, approximately 30% thicker and stronger than cotton.
Unlike machine woven cotton which can succumb to wear and tear over time, flax linen actually improves with age and benefits from a low maintenance approach to care–yes, that means no ironing or dry cleaning necessary.
Where are our linen bedsheets from?
Answer: Our signature flax is grown in France by registered farmers and suppliers, and is then turned into sets in China under ethical working conditions.
Is linen sustainable?
Answer: Not only is linen one of these most luxurious and stylish fabrics, it's also one of the most eco-friendly. Made from flax plant fibres, this strong material is resilient and can grow in poor soil, using significantly less water during production than cotton or polyester. The entire linen crop is utilised and it is a renewable, biodegradable and recyclable resource, meaning it won't rot in landfill.
What is GSM?
Answer: Most of us are familiar with thread counts, but it's a myth that higher thread counts equal superior bedding. Sheets that boast astronomical numbers are actually made up of threads woven together artificially to up their thread count. Linen doesn’t even have a thread count—it is a totally natural fibre, and its rating is measured by grams per square metre, which indicates how dense it is. With a cool GSM of 165, our bedding is light enough to stay breathable during summer, heavy enough to act as an insulator in winter, and thick enough to withstand wear or tear.
How do you care for your linen?
Answer: For softer bedsheets, for the ﬁrst wash, add 1 cup of baking soda to your wash cycle and 1⁄2 cup of white vinegar to the rinse cycle. We have tested this multiple times and it has a huge impact towards the softness of your sheets. Kapas sheets will get softer and better with every wash. Machine wash in cool to warm water that’s less than 40°C with like colours and fabrics, using a small amount of good quality liquid detergent (usually around half of the recommended detergent amount). Avoid using fabric softeners and chlorine bleach. For more information on product care please see our Care Guide.
No ironing or drycleaning necessary.
How long will linen last?
Answer: Quality linen can last decades with proper care. In fact, in many parts of Europe, it is tradition for families to inherit linen sheets from their parents. That's because while cotton starts to show signs of wear after three to five years, linen is coming into its prime after a couple years of use. The reason it can outlast cotton is due to the cellulose fibres found in flax linen–they're slightly longer and wrapped tighter, which enhances their strength and longevity. Provided your Kapas sheets are cared for correctly, there's no reason why they can't be a future heirloom, too.
Do linen sheets shed?
Answer: Linen sheets are known to sometimes shed little balls of lint or fluff. This is a completely normal part of the linen fibre's lifecycle–and in fact means your sheets are growing softer and more comfortable by shedding excess fibres. As a rule of thumb, the darker the dye, the more likely shedding will occur. This is because the dyes that are darker can lead to a greater buildup of fibres in the linen. If your sheets do start to shed, don't worry–it should settle within a few washes.