Lina Forlino Tuamotu linen baby playmat/blanket white/natural


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Product Description

  • LINA FORLINO only uses linen guaranteed by the European Masters of Linen, as well as having ISO 14001 certification.
  • In order to prolong the life of your bed linen, LINA FORLINO recommends washing at 40°, without drying
  • Made from : linen
  • 80x80 cm
  • Colour : white / natural

Matches with Tahiti, TUAMOTU is a blanket which is both natural and soft, ideal for a cot or as a playmat for experiencing your baby's first movements . . . Practical! Exclusively to Darwins Home Designer : Caroline Bocris Manufactured in : Lithuania Made from : linen Colour : white / natural Width 80cm Length : 80cm LINA FORLINO only uses linen guaranteed by the European Masters of Linen, as well as having ISO 14001 certification. This fibre is ethical as well as being environmentally friendly since it is cultivated and processed under regulated working conditions and for regulated wages. The designs are made in Lithuania, which helps limit the energy cost caused by transportation. Linen care In order to prolong the life of your bed linen, LINA FORLINO recommends washing at 40°, without drying. Press with a hot steam iron through a damp cloth. Wine or fruit staining: gently sponge the fresh stain with salt and white vinegar, rinse well; Grease stains: treat with trichloroethylene while sprinkling with talc to avoid ring marks. Brush off the talc then wash; LINA FORLINO is a French company established by Caroline Bocris. The LINA FORLINO collection is defined by the use of a single material : linen. This ecological and ancestral fabric, which is both lightweight and hard wearing, provides a wealth of creative opportunities. The finest European linen has been selected for embellishment in this collection which has been granted the Masters of Linen quality mark. The whole collection of decorative and household linen is a blend of traditional and modern designs, being largely influenced by the decorative and artistic styles of the 20th century . The different designs within the collection are linked together by subtle variations in colour and the presence of fine creative details.Ink or make-up stains: gently sponge underneath the stain with alcohol or ether using an absorbent cloth then wash.


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