Where are IN BED products made?
We use only high quality, natural fibres & fabrics and always ensure ethical practices. We work closely with and visit all of our suppliers and factories at least annually to ensure standards for our products (and those who make them) are exceedingly high.
Flax for our linen originates in France, where it is grown and harvested; it is then woven and made into our products in a small, family run factory in Shenzhen, China. You’ve probably heard the term ‘French Linen’ or ‘Belgian Linen’ bandied about a lot by many linen brands. And yes, like our linen, it likely does originate in France (this is where the large majority of all flax is grown.) However, if your linen isn’t costing upwards of $1,000++ for a full set, chances are it’s not being woven or made in France or Belgium.
Our factory specialise in high-quality flax linen products and have been in business for over a decade. They export both linen fabric and finished goods all over the world to high-end brands in Switzerland, Italy, the U.S. and more and produce a beautiful quality product at a really great price. We’re super proud to work with them.
Our flannel is made from 100% cotton, which is grown in Africa and is then woven and made into our products in our factory in Guimarães, Portugal. The factory is family owned and operated and has been so since opening in the 1940’s.
The factory specialises in cotton bedding and is known in particular for their high quality flannel, which is brushed both sides to achieve a super soft finish. Their high quality and attention to detail has resulted in them working with some major brands, hotels and department stores throughout Europe and the UK in particular.
Our cashmere originates in Mongolia and is then woven into yarn and made into our cashmere offering in Shanghai, China. Our factory employs approximately 500 people between Mongolia and Shanghai. They concentrate on producing exemplary cashmere products and supply to well known fashion houses and lifestyle brands all over the globe. All dyes and washing processes are eco-friendly and water is treated after all washing/dying.
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