Splurge Worthy: 10 Sources for Luxury Bedding
10 Sources for Luxury Bedding, Because You Deserve It
As much as I like to search out bargains to stretch my decorating dollars, sometimes I feel the urge to splurge. In my opinion, one of the best home items for paying a little extra is bedding. There’s nothing quite like luxury bedding to make you feel like a million bucks while you drift off to dreamland. We rounded up ten of the best places to seek out bedding like this and your naps will never be the same. A note on pricing: all prices listed are for sheet sets in size Queen. If sheet sets aren’t available, price is calculated by adding the cost of a fitted sheet, flat sheet, and pillowcase set.
Sferra, starts at $376
Another stalwart of the luxury bedding industry, Sferra was started in 1891 and continues to be a top source for incredible linens. Their Grande Hotel collection is the least expensive, with the cost of a fitted sheet, flat sheet, and pillowcases coming in at $376 (no sets are available for purchase). You can also find Sferra bedding at Bloomingdale’s and Nordstrom.
Coyuchi, starts at $178
One of our favourites, Cali-based Coyuchi takes the organic approach seriously. They follow standards set by USDA Organic, GOTS, Textile Exchange, Fair Trade USA, and the International Labour Organisation to ensure that every part of their process, including shipping and packaging, is sustainable. They also use low-impact dyes. The least expensive option is the ultra soft Organic Jersey sheet set, but prices go up to around $300 for the Soft Washed Organic sheets. You can also find Coyuchi bedding at Wayfair, Anthropologie, and Bloomingdale’s.
Peacock Alley, starts at $305
Based in Dallas and founded in 1973, Peacock Alley is steeped in quality and heritage. The Boutique Embroidered Percale Sheet Set is the least expensive set available, and the range of options includes patterned, embroidered, and cuffed sheets. Beyond bedding you’ll find just as popular luxury bath towels. You can also shop Peacock Alley at Wayfair, One Kings Lane, and Bloomingdale’s.
Frette, starts at $450
They’re pretty much the first name to come to mind when you think luxury bedding. That could be because they have over 150 years of experience in the bedding industry, and are known for being a favorite of luxury hotels. The least expensive sheet set is the Hotel Classic, a crisp cotton percale set with a simple border that’s also available at Bloomingdale’s. You can also find Frette products at Bed Bath & Beyond.
Family-owned in Massachusetts for over 100 years, Matouk is a hard one to pin down regarding starting prices. Their linens are not sold in sets, and many collections don’t include every bedding type. Prices are definitely high—flat sheets and fitted sheets can cost around $230, and duvet covers cost upwards of $500. There are a ton of collections, but the Lowell and Nocturne collections are a good place to start. You can also find Matouk bedding at several retailers, including Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, and One Kings Lane.
Matteo, starts at $215
Matteo is known for their commitment to American manufacturing (from their factory in Los Angeles) and supremely high standards—each piece is hand inspected to ensure quality. The most accessible sheet set is the Lawn, a garment-dyed cotton set that starts at $215 for a Queen. Other options to check out are the luxurious Vintage Linen Sheet Set and Vintage Cotton Sheet Set. Also look on One Kings Lane for Matteo bedding.
Westin Store, starts at $295
If you’ve ever stayed in a Westin hotel, you know how nice their bedding is. You can also get the same feeling in your own bedroom thanks to the Westin Store, which sells the chain’s famous linens. Start with the classic Hotel Sheet set, and if you really want something luxurious splurge on the Ultra Luxe sheet set.
Libeco Home, starts at $743
Linen bedding’s popularity has exploded in recent years, but the finest linen makers have been around for decades. Libeco has been crafting linen bedding in Belgium for over 150 years, and is one of only six weavers in the world that can use the Belgian Linen label. The least expensive collection is the Classics Geneva, and it’s very easy to spend well over $1,000 here.
ANICHINI, starts at $515
Proving that you don’t have to leave the U.S. to find luxury linens, ANICHINI is based in Vermont, employs local craftswomen, and uses only the finest materials to create “the heirlooms of tomorrow.” $515 will get you a percale sheet set (either the classic white Bradford or the hemstitched Irina), but if you want true luxury you have to check out the range of pure silk sheets.
Au Lit Fine Linens, starts at $246.08
This family-owned Canadian company starts with 100% cotton woven in Europe and crafts their bedding at their own factory in Canada. Their Cool & Crisp 200 Thread Count Percale Bundle starts at $246.08 when converted from CAD, and other great cozy options include the Soft & Cozy Flannel Bundle and Buttery Soft 410 Thread Count Percale Bundle.