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Stunning Belgian Linen cushion cover, GOTS-certified, heavy, solid & of very high quality.

It is 50 x 50 cm and closes with a hidden zipper.


Please note that an inner pillow is not included.


For over 150 years Libeco has been weaving linen, it truly is a long-standing, environmentally certified company with all the right credentials. 


Inyo cushion cover features a neutral linen background with bold black parallel stripes contrasted with a shaded coral band. The design is the same front and back.


  • Flax is one of the most sustainable fibers in the world; no irrigation is required during growth and all parts of the plant are used Linen is a fabric with unique properties and an appearance all its own.
  • OEKO-TEX certification for all products
  • carbon-neutral weaving mill + company since 2014
  • Artisans in Belgium have worked with flax for centuries. Their skills + craftmanship have been passed on from generation to generation. The best flax in the world is grown in north of France, in Belgium and in the Netherlands.
  • Libeco  linen is woven in Belgium and the company runs on renewable energy and uses solar panels.
  • Libeco carries the Masters of Linen® quality label guaranteeing the linen is 100% made in Europe with a guarantee of transparent production processes, Corporate Social Responsibility + traceability.
  • One of only 6 weavers around the world may carry the Belgian Linen™ quality label

LIBECO - The Belgian Pillow - Inyo

  • 100% Belgian linen, washed finish Pillow Cover - 50cm x 50cm

    13 oz/yd² - 440 g/m²




  • Linen care

    All of our linens can be washed or dry cleaned with confidence. For best results, we recommend the following care instructions:

    • Unfold your linens completely before washing.
    • Do not overload the machine.
    • Wash your linens at max. 40°C - 104°F.
    • Use a mild soap. Avoid chlorine bleach.
    • If possible, line dry, it’s best for linen and the environment.
    • If using a tumbler, dry on medium heat, do not over dry.
    • Iron with steam on slightly damp linen (best the inside of the fabric).