Your cart
Close Alternative Icon
Want something you can't find? email info@figlinens.com Want something you can't find? Email info@figlinens.com or Call 203.227.8669
Close Icon
Down Arrow Icon
Fig Linens - Brahms Mount - Calendar Island Linen Blanket - Dove Gray
Calendar Island Linen Blanket by Brahms Mount | Fig Linens
Calendar Island Natural Linen Blanket by Brahms Mount | Fig Linens
Fig Linens - Brahms Mount - Calendar Island Linen Blanket - Dove Gray
Fig Linens - Brahms Mount - Calendar Island Linen Blanket - Gray
Fig Linens - Brahms Mount - Calendar Island Linen Blanket - Indigo
Fig Linens - Brahms Mount - Calendar Island 100% Linen Blanket - Indigo
Fig Linens - Brahms Mount - Calendar Island Linen Blanket - Natural
Fig Linens - Brahms Mount - Calendar Island Linen Blanket in Natural
Fig Linens - Brahms Mount - Calendar Island Linen Blanket - Pearl
Fig Linens - Brahms Mount - Calendar Island Linen Blanket in Pearl
Fig Linens - Brahms Mount - Calendar Island Linen Blanket - White
Fig Linens - Brahms Mount - Calendar Island Linen Blanket in White

Brahms Mount

Calendar Island Linen Plain Weave Blanket by Brahms Mount

$425.00

Linen Plain Weave Blanket by Brahms Mount is purely luxurious. This flat, plain-weave linen blanket offers the classic good looks and comfort of pure linen. Cool on hot, humid nights, warm and insulating in winter, this heirloom-quality layer develops more drape, character and softness over time. Naturally antimicrobial with a fibrous scent and hand. Machine-washable.

  • Woven and Made in USA
  • 100% Imported Linen
  • Double hand-turned hem

Care: Wash separately in cold water on a short, gentle cycle, with as much water as possible to allow for movement. Avoid harsh detergents. Use a liquid detergent without bleach or brighteners. Always pre-dilute your detergent. Tumble dry on delicate setting, low or no heat. Linen will become brittle if it is dried at high heat temperature or for an extended period. Tumbling keeps a soft drape. You can line dry, but the fabric will be stiff initially. It is better to remove the product slightly damp from the dryer than to “bake and break” the fibers. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight over long periods