My Favorite European Linens

This is a sponsored post, but all thoughts and opinions are my own. No commission is earned for sales generated. 

I have been drawn to European linens ever since we visited Provence several years ago. Adding a new textile to your home is a great way add charm and texture. Over the years though, I've learned that all linen is not created equal. 

When MagicLinen first reached out to me, I was very interested to learn that they were a small family business based in Lithuania, Europe. Most importantly, their handmade linen home textiles and clothing is produced from European high-quality OEKO-Tex certified linen. You guys - they are the real deal. Any time I consider partnering with a company, I want to make sure their values align with mine and their product is something I'm willing to stand behind. 

MagicLinen's Philosophy:

At MagicLinen, we are a lot about organic materials and slow living. We cherish classic values while at the same time being modern, open to the world and new ideas, doing our best with a lot of enthusiasm and hard work. These principles reflect the goods we deliver – we choose the highest quality fabrics and enjoy the process of making items by hand rather than mass-producing in big factories.

I love that their crafted linen items can be passed down for generations to come without losing their beauty and value. Their products are machine washable and they have a complete "linen care guide" on their website. 

For our partnership, I selected a few items from their kitchen, table, bath and bedding lines. 


Linen tea towels are a great, inexpensive way to add instant European charm to your kitchen. 

These from MagicLinen are a great size and well made. At $10 each, you can't beat the price and I know these linen towels will only get better with age. 

Dining Room

For our dining room, I selected their natural linen napkin set. I love the texture they add to the table and how they complement our style. 

Another benefit of using linen napkins is that they are washable. Have you ever wondered how much money you might actually save if you switched from using paper towels and napkins to reusable cloth? Anytime you can reuse resources over the long run, you’re helping the planet.


It seems like moody rooms are trending for 2019. While, I don't think I can totally pull off a moody space, I can add moody accents. Last year, we chalk painted our vanity in the color French Linen :)  When I saw MagicLinen had a dark gray towel set, I knew we had to give it a try. 

They are beautiful, soft and well made! My 4 year old said, "Momma these are so cozy and feel like a blankie." You won't be dissappointed! 



For our bedroom, I had been on the hunt for a new blanket. This light gray waffle blanket fit our style perfectly and is so soft!! I can already tell it is the type of blanket we will use each season. 

So yummy and cozy. Ahh, I love this! 

After trying all these products, we are hooked. Next on my list is to purchase their duvet cover and sheet set. We had linen bedding in France and I'm so glad I've found such a wonderful business that offers quality products! Not to mention they ship worldwide! MagicLinen has been featured in Business Insider, Cosmopolitan, The Washington Post and more! 

I definitely recommend you check out their website - they also offer a complete line of clothing! 

As always, thanks for stopping by the blog! I hope this gives you some ideas to incorporate European linens into you own home. 




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