• Breezy and lightweight for a cool and restful sleep
• Responsibly made in a family-owned factory in Portugal
• 100% European flax with an unmatched premium feel
• Naturally eco-friendly, antimicrobial, durable and insulating
• Keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter
"This soft-goods brand (Parachute) has been an editor-favorite here at AT for years now."
"These linen sheets start out soft, and get even softer with each wash."
"One of the best bedding brands out there."
"This breathable linen sheet is made to last and gets softer with every wash.
Love Everything About Parachute Bedding
I buy only Parachute bedding. Love the feel of the linens, the comfort, softness, and the clean minimalist, elegant look. Washes well and all seems made to last. Thank you for such beautiful quality products!
Diana B - Verified Buyer
Linen Duvet Cover
We just bought our second set of linen sheets because we couldn't handle not sleeping on them when they were in the wash! We absolutely love Parachute's linen line and can't imagine not using linen bedding after sleeping in these.
Kara M - Verified Buyer
Linen Venice Set
If you have never slept in Parachute's linen sheets you are in for a treat. It's difficult to explain why they are so much better than an ordinary sheet, they are so soft and gorgeous, you will never go back.
Victoria R - Verified buyer
Duvet Cover Set
Recommended for warm or cool sleepers, our light and airy linen is naturally insulating – keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Plus, it’s eco-friendly, antimicrobial, durable and only gets better with time.
Linen offers an unfussy-yet-elevated look. For a casual feel, dress the bed in everything linen, or pair with crisp percale for a balance of textures.
Linen fabric is made from flax plant fibers and is prized for its durability and versatility. The medium-weight fabric has hollow fibers that are naturally insulating, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Linen is absorbent and dries quickly so it’s comfortable in any climate. Linen's popularity goes back tens of thousands of years. The textile has long been celebrated for its ability to stay fresh and dry in warm, balmy weather. But there's much more to this linen than its easy, breezy reputation.