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Linased kardinad toovad tuppa maalähedustLinataimi kasvatatakse Eestis juba rohkem kui 3000 aastat ning nendest valminud kanga loodussõbralikkus, vastupidavus ja maalähedus on kõrgelt hinnatud. Linased kardinad lisavad interjöörile väärikust ja eripära ning sobivad hästi nii hubasesse suvilasse kui ka kaasaegsesse linnakorterisse.
Linane kangas on loomult valge, hallikas, beežikas või pruunides toonides, kuid seda esineb ka värvitult. Linasele riidele sobivad hästi tikitud mustrid ja heegeldatud pitsid. Erinevaid viise tekstiili huvitavamaks muutmiseks on palju ja kindlasti hõlbustab see sisukujundusega sobivate kardinate valikut.
Linane materjal on enne esimesi pesusid natukene jäik, sellepärast on levinud selle segamine polüester- ja viskooskiududega või elastaaniga. Nii muutub kangas elastsemaks ja kortsub vähem, samuti paranevad riide hooldamise tingimused. Samas leiad kauplustest ka linaseid kangaid, millele on kerged kortsud juba sisse töödeldud - selline lahendus on omapärane ja uuenduslik.
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