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Linum

Creative, harmonious textile design

Bring some Swedish authenticity and certified sustainability to your home with Linum’s elegant textiles.

Linum - Annabell Cushion 40x40cm
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Linum
Annabell Cushion 40x40cm
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€ 28,10
€ 33,00
-15%
Linum - Paolo Cushion Cover 50x90cm
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Linum
Paolo Cushion Cover 50x90cm
in Stock
€ 72,30
€ 85,00
-15%

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Linum - Style and Swedish textile tradition

In Linum a living environment for the whole house can be found. The standard and seasonal collections from the Swedish company include pre-assembled goods and fabrics by the metre. Here everyone gets the chance to equip their home with sensitive coordinated fabrics that beautify.

Linum Home Textiles - Swedish modern comfort

With Linum Home Textiles you can fit out kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom individually. Whether it is Linum pillowcases or fabrics by the metre for aprons, it's all here. Since the 60s, Linum stands for a sustainable unit of development, production and sales of high quality fabric. The central idea in the production of Linum pillowcases and other textiles was initially to promote development in India. Over time, this idea combined with the production of traditional Swedish design. This diversity of the Linum pillows Linum Pepper cushion 40x40 cm and the Linum Pepper seat cushion 40x40 cm have quickly become classics of modern times.

The success story of Linum

The company was founded in 1966 in Sweden. It quickly made a name for itself with daring and traditional textiles. In 1980 it finally established a branch in Germany, Linum Ltd. From that time on Linum won numerous awards for its home textiles. The first award came from the Swedish Design Foundation in 1986. It joined a number of other awards for Linum design. In the production of Linum pillowcases, Linum pillows and other home textiles, the company has always attached great importance to environmental friendliness. As such it refrained entirely from the use of chlorine in the production of Home Textiles from 1987 onwards. In 1993 another subsidiary was founded in France.