Help & FAQ

See here information about linen care
  • Please note that the colors you see can vary according to the settings of your device.
  • If you are not sure about the color you prefer for the day bed futon or mattress cover, you can order the swatches in our shop.
  • Please see below the best linen care practices tips & tricks – they will keep your bedding impeccable for years.
  • It is important to always remember that light eco-friendly and so pleasant flax can lose all its properties if it is washed with a powder containing aggressive ingredients. The best way to wash linen fabrics to use a special liquid for delicate washing.
  • Machine wash “delicate washing” mode.
  • For dyed flax fabric bleach should not be used!
  • For dyed linen care use liquids for delicate washing and colored fabric.
  • If you add a little vinegar to the water when rinsing flax, the original color of the linen duvet will last longer!
  • For washing dyed flax, choose a low-temperature mode +/- 30-40°C (95-105°F).
  • Flax is very sensitive to stain removers. Before using the stain remover, it is recommended to check the fabric reaction on a non-visible patch. Do not add stain remover to the washing machine!
  • The linen duvet should not be squeezed. It is best to let them drain, spread out, and hang dry in a well-ventilated place avoiding direct sunlight.
  • Ironing with a hot iron with steam on the backside. The iron should be as hot as possible. But do not iron the flax until completely dry, it is better to leave it a little wet and hang it for a while to dry out.
  • Heavy weight linen care for upholstery: dry clean.
  • For light and medium weight fabric: Gentle machine wash at 30 C (86 F) degrees
  • Line dry in the open air.
  • To retain the original softness of linen, do not iron
  • The worst enemy of linen fabric is chlorine. With it, flax fibers lose their strength and linen products become unusable. This is why only oxygen bleach can be used to wash white things from flax.
  • For dyed flax fabric do NOT use bleach!
  • For dyed linen care use liquids for delicate washing and colored fabric.
  • Buckwheat hulls are the hard outer shells that come off the buckwheat grain.
  • The hulls are strong, aromatic, and cooling, thus being a great allergy-free alternative to feather or synthetic fiber fills for pillows.
  • The buckwheat hulls are sorted and forced air cleaned. It makes the buckwheat natural hypoallergenic and anti-bacterial filler.
  • Each grain is a small pyramid, clean, whole and hollow inside. The husk loosely pours inside the pillow, taking the shape of the human body and keeping it.
  • Buckwheat husks have orthopedic properties and provide the body with a gentle acupressure.
  • Thanks to the hollow structure of buckwheat husk, the pillow “breathes” and is ventilated. Air circulates freely inside the cushion, removing excess heat and moisture. Therefore, such products can be recommended to children and people with increased sweating.
  • You can easily experiment with the quantity of filler to change the measures of the pillow which will be more comfortable for you by adding or adjusting filler.
  • It contains rutin, a natural anti-inflammatory.
  • Buckwheat hulls contain essential oil, beneficial for the respiratory system.
  • Is the buckwheat organic? The buckwheat hulls we’re using are Ukrainian. Ukraine is one of the biggest producers of buckwheat in the European Union. If you need an organic certificate, there’s none. Organic – means grown without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or other artificial chemicals. Buckwheat itself is a very strong plant and it does not need to be treated with chemistry against weeds and fertilized, so that is why the buckwheat fields planted are environmentally friendly. So, yes, it’s organic.
  • Is it clean? It is carefully cleaned three-time high temperatures (160 ° C!) This guarantees the cleanliness and safety of the sleeping product.
  • The buckwheat pillows are recommended even to children and people prone to allergic and asthmatic manifestations.
  • Please keep the buckwheat dry. Do not wash it.
  • You can use the buckwheat pillow for approximately 2 years. After, buckwheat will crumble and crush a little. You can add more hulls or replace the filler completely (recommended for the bed pillows).

For the fitting-like-a-glove design, please make sure to contact us. We will be happy to guide you for the best result. What our seamstresses will need:


  1. Real pictures of your couch, sofa, chair, etc:
    • pictures of the front, sides, and back
    • pictures of the couch without the cushions
  1. Dimensions of your couch:
    • dimensions of the base (length, width, seat length, seat depth, seat high, armrest, arm, and back high)
    • dimensions and quantity of the separate cushions (length, width, and thickness)
    • the pictures of your couch with and without the cushions from different views
  1. Any necessary details we need to know about:
    • the back of the couch or chair is not 90-degree angle from the floor
    • the furniture is odd shape
    • the inside part of the back is angled
    • etc…

After you provide all this info we will give you the quote as soon as possible!