At Carré Blanc, we are committed to offering household linen that is ever more respectful of people and the environment. The textile industry is one of the most polluting industries. This is why we have decided to change things and make new commitments geared towards a more responsible approach. By producing better, we hope to make you want to consume better.

Quality raw materials

Carré Blanc uses the finest raw materials, subject to thorough and systematic quality control . The linen used for the design of our household linen is grown in Europe. Cotton, meanwhile, grows only in hot countries, such as Pakistan, Brazil or the United States. It is then transported to our partner factories to be used in the manufacture of our household linen. Currently, the majority of our products are manufactured in Europe.

Concerned about your well-being, we have chosen percale and cotton sateen to guarantee you great resistance and unparalleled comfort. Whether it's our bed linen, our bath ranges or our duvets and pillows, all our products meet the most stringent requirements in terms of textile quality and finishes. From the origin of the raw materials to the production sites of our linens, we reveal everything you have the right to know. We hide nothing, everything is transparent.

GOTS Certification

Our GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified household linen collections assure you of organic quality and responsible textile production from an ecological and social point of view. Using organic cotton significantly reduces the use of chemicals, pesticides and water. Thanks to this label, we are sure that the workers of our partner factories benefit from a stable, fair and ethical work environment, in accordance with our values.

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Oeko-Tex® certification

We are committed to producing household linen that respects people and the planet. This is why almost all of our products are Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified. This label is an international control system that guarantees the absence of harmful substances that could harm health or the environment in the textiles used in ready-to-wear and linens. To check this status, you can enter one of our certification numbers on the Oeko-Tex website.

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European Flax® Certification

Our washed linen bed linen collections are European Flax® certified. This label guarantees the European origin of a premium quality flax fiber grown in the heart of Flanders which is 100% vegetable and vegan. Coming from local agriculture that respects the environment, without irrigation or GMOs, the linen used for the manufacture of our household linen products does not present any health risk. Healthy, sustainable and ethical, it is distinguished by its exceptional natural properties.

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Towards a circular economy

We have joined Refashion, which supports textile companies towards a circular economy. This eco-organization unites all players in the sector to encourage eco-design, reuse and recycling of textile products for clothing, footwear and household linen.

To carry out this mission, Refashion offers tools, services and information that help brands like Carré Blanc give a second life to the textiles put on the market.

It's clear

Where does the raw material for your household linen come from? How and where was it made? You now have the answers to your questions. By simply scanning the QR code on the label of your product, you will have access to its entire creation cycle.

From creation to fiber, through weaving and making, we invite you to discover the 8 main stages of the production chain of your household linen. Today, this traceability program covers 80% of our products. By 2023, our goal is to implement full transparency on 100% of our collections.

Solidarity White Square

Carré Blanc supports non-profit organizations that fight against inequalities and help people in difficulty. Among our partner associations: l'Arche, Enfance Maghreb Avenir, Rire Médecin and Emmaüs Solidarité. Family and social causes, which we are happy to support through the profits of our sales or simple donations.

Since 2019, we have...


Distributed stuffed animals


Bath towels and beach towels distributed


Tons of laundry
recyclable harvested