Quality linen

Created in 1984 in the heart of Roanne's textile basin, Carré Blanc is today the first linen distribution network in France.
For more than 35 years, we have been placing quality at the center of all our attentions. With the commitment to offer our customers products that respect health and the environment.
Our mission: to give life to our creations responsibly and offer the best accompaniment possible to our customers.




Quality materials for your linen

All our products are thought and made in the most beautiful fabric to offer our customers a feeling of comfort and unforgettable well-being. Our linen meets many quality and traceability requirements.

So, bath linen, bed linen and bedding are rlasting long and accompany you throughout your life.


Bed linen

To satisfy our customers, each fabric is made from thread of a quality cotton. In addition, the large density of thread per CM², allows to propose sheets which are remarkable for their exceptional soft touch and longevity.
To achieve this result, we appeal to the best workshops based in Portugal, cradle of the textile industry, but also in Turkey and China, for their know-how in this area.

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Bath linen

Our products, woven from high-end cotton loop, are thought to wrap you with well-being in each bathrobe. Absorption capacity and thickness of the sponge are key. Each room is studied to guarantee you linen with impeccable finishes. Small details make our difference .

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Duvets and pillows

We are proud to offer you a range of bedding products manufactured in France*. Our duvets, pillows and protections benefit from anti-mite and anti-mold treatments to preserve your health and guarantee you an irreproachable hygiene. Synthetic or natural packs are carefully selected: the down and feathers come from ducks and geese that are protected from animal abuse.

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Quality at the heart of our manufacturing processes

Quality is one of the identity pillars of Carré Blanc and is at the heart of our manufacturing process, from the raw material to the finished product. It begins with a careful selection of suppliers, which is key in securing quality. Certifications, know-how and production tools are all criteria that allow us to select the best partners and to establish a relationship of trust for years. 

Our products are mainly made in France and Portugal. Over the years, our suppliers have acquired a perfect knowledge of the Carré Blanc requirements and an ability to express all the creativity of our brand. The graphic treatments (watercolor, gouache ...), the placement of the patterns, the respect of the colors or the finishing of the fabric are executed with a precision which aims toward perfection.

Our Offer director and our two product managers are guardians of quality monitoring of products remotely, but also on the spot, by performing regular trips in the workshops of our suppliers. Many tests and controls are thus carried out throughout the process of creating collections to ensure compliance with the specifications.



Sustainable and eco-responsible linens

Because the quality of the fabric is paramount in the linen, Carré Blanc uses the most noble raw materials for the manufacture of its products.
The flax used for the design of our linen enjoys the European Flax label, guaranteeing its European origin.

Cotton, meanwhile, grows only in hot countries, such as India, Brazil or the United States. It is then routed to our partners to be used in the making of our high-end linen.

Focused on your well-being, Carré Blanc is engaged in a responsible approach. We made the choice of Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Certification 100, which limits harmful substances for health and the environment.


Since 2020, we also offer ranges made from cotton 100% organic certified Gots (Global Organic Standard Textile), a label that ensures key guarantees in accordance with the values ​​we defend:

  • Environmentally friendly production and processing processes, including a 50% reduction in water used for cotton cultivation
  • Respect and improvement of working conditions
  • Promotion of the use of biological fibers
  • Prohibition of dangerous inputs.