High-quality household linen
Created in 1984 from the heart of the Roanne textile basin, Carré Blanc is now the leading household linen distribution network in France. For over 35 years, we have made quality the focus of our attention, with a commitment to offer our customers products that respect health and the environment. Our mission: to bring our creations to life in a responsible way and offer our customers the best possible support.
High-quality fabrics in your household linen
All our products are designed and made from the finest fabrics to give our customers an unforgettable feeling of comfort and well-being. Our household linen meets the highest standards of quality and traceability. So bath linen, bed linen and bedding will withstand the test of time and stay with you for the rest of your life.
To satisfy our customers, each fabric is made from high-quality cotton fibres. Furthermore, the high density of threads per cm² means that our sheets are exceptionally soft and long-lasting. To achieve this, we call on the best cotton workshops based in Portugal, the home of the textile industry, as well as in Turkey for their expertise in this field.
Our products, woven from top-of-the-range cotton terry, are designed to envelop you in well-being every time you get out of the bath. From the absorbency to the thickness of the sponge, each piece is designed to ensure that your bath towels are impeccably finished. Because it's in the little details that we make our difference.
Duvets and Pillows
We are proud to offer you a range of bedding products made in France*. Our duvets, pillows and protectors are treated with anti-dust mite and anti-mould treatments to protect your health and guarantee impeccable hygiene. The synthetic and natural fillings are carefully selected: the down and feathers come from ducks and geese that have not been subjected to any animal cruelty.
Quality at the heart of our manufacturing processes
Quality is one of the pillars of Carré Blanc's identity and is an integral part of the entire manufacturing process, from the raw material to the finished product. It begins with a careful selection of suppliers, the key to ensuring quality. Certifications, know-how and production tools are all criteria that enable us to select the best partners and establish a relationship of trust that has lasted for years.
We manufacture most of our products in France and Portugal. Over the years, our suppliers have acquired a perfect knowledge of Carré Blanc's requirements and an ability to express all the creativity of our brand. The graphic treatments (watercolour, gouache...), the placement of the motifs, the respect of the colours or even the finishing of the fabric are executed with a precision that approaches perfection.
Our Product Development Director and our two Product Managers monitor product quality both remotely and on site, making regular trips to our suppliers' workshops. Many tests and checks are carried out throughout the process of creating the collections to ensure that the specifications are respected.
Sustainable, eco-friendly household linen
Because the quality of the fabric is essential in household linen, Carré Blanc uses the finest raw materials to manufacture its products. The linen used in the design of our household linen has the European Flax label, guaranteeing its European origin.
Cotton is grown only in warm countries such as India, Brazil and the United States. It is then delivered to our partners to be used in the manufacture of our exclusive household linen.
Carré Blanc is committed to a responsible approach to your well-being. We have chosen Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification, which limits substances that are harmful to health and the environment.
Since 2020, we have also been offering ranges made from 100% organic cotton that is GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified, a label that provides key guarantees in line with the values we believe in:
- An environmentally-friendly production and transformation process, including a 50% reduction in the amount of water used to grow cotton.
- Respect and improvement of working conditions
- Promotion of the use of organic fibres
- Prohibition of the use of hazardous inputs