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Flights at Night Baby Pillowcase


A designer newborn pillowcase in our Slate Blue pure linen adorned with our Geometric Web pattern in white.

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16,39 €

20,49 €


An extremely lovely pillowcase for your newborn baby. It has all the qualities you have come to expect with pure linen: anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, long-lasting and soft.  

An elegant hidden zipper makes sure that the pillow stays inside the pillowcase. Pillow not included. To ensure the best fit, we recommend purchasing our Soft Baby Pillow alongside our Baby Pillowcase. 

When our Slate Blue pure linen bedding met our Geometric Web pattern in white, the result reminded us of chemtrails in the evening sky. Hence the name, Flights at Night. Where will your dreams take you?



100% linen, designed and produced in the EU



We recommend washing your ooh noo pure linen pillowcase a few times before using it for your baby. You’ll notice that it becomes softer and more pleasant with every wash and tumble-dry. 

You can wash it at max 60° C, with like colours. It is durable and will hold up over time, but washing it at a lower temperature is also fine and it will last even longer. Please don’t use harsh chemicals or stain removers on your linen bedding.

You can dry the pillowcase in your dryer on medium heat. Feel free to use it direct from the dryer, naturally crumpled. We think that this look is best, more charming. You can iron this charm out, if you must, but we’d rather you didn’t.

If you choose to hang it to dry, you can enhance the softness, by hanging it in the fresh air till partially dry, then tossing it in the dryer for 10 minutes to finish drying it and soften it up a bit. Mother Nature will thank you too.

With time, the colour may fade, but this is the look the designer was going for.


(Pillow pad not included.)

Dimension30 cm x 40 cm
CompositionPure linen

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Flights at Night Baby Pillowcase

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