Flaws but not dealbreakers: Not all of the solids are made of the linen weave we tested and recommend for linen sheets. The indigo, indigo stripe, ash, and pinstripe duvet covers and sheets are all woven to feel more like a chambray (similar to denim, but lighter), and they are rougher, stiffer, and a bit heavier. The natural color, which is mentioned on the company’s website, is undyed and also has more texture. We recommend only the softer linen in the remaining colors. However, we’ve tested enough linen to know how hard it is to find good linen bedding that lasts (one of our editors has used Cultiver’s linen sheets since 2017 with no problems yet), so we think the colors in the original weave still deserve our recommendation. Because this cover is an investment, you can (and should) order color swatches if you’re not completely sure about the color and texture. This cover also isn’t available in a twin size.
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