Signoria Firenze

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About Signoria Firenze

The Italians know that when it comes to textiles, design is above everything — even sacred thread count. Signoria Firenze, founded 80 years ago by the Cappelletti family, has all the markings of luxury bedding: Egyptian cotton, Italian linen, yarn-dyed patterns, stitched hems. But it’s the gorgeous organic patterns and rich color palettes that lend European decadence to these duvets, shams, and 500-plus thread-count sheets. From the color-saturated Amalfi to the jacquard Casanova, Signoria Firenze is what all the best-dressed beds are wearing this season.

Past Sales Featuring Signoria Firenze

Sale Ended June 04, 2012

Bedding & Bath Up to 90% Off

Refresh your master suite for summer (and well beyond) with these easy, breezy options. And, at these prices — up to 90 percent off — it’ll do you well to stock up for the guest room and the gift closet.

Sale Ended August 12, 2012

Almost Gone: Luxury Bedding Steals

A beautiful master suite needn’t bust your budget. We’ve put together some first-rate bedding options — distinguished by luxurious materials, bold patterns, and a range of colors — and marked them down.

Sale Ended November 27, 2011

Bedding & Bath Blowout: Up to 80% Off

Feather your nest at a fraction of the retail cost, thanks to our deep holiday discounts. Transform your bedroom into an oasis with luxurious linens and throws from Anichini and Kelly Wearstler (look for high thread counts and lovely embroidered details); and turn your bathroom into a spa with plush bathrobes from Molteni Home and modern accessories from the Donna Karan Home Collection.

Sale Ended February 16, 2012

Signoria Firenze Bedding

This 80-year-old Italian company's wares possess all the markings of luxury bedding, from its use of 100 percent Egyptian cotton to its ultra-ultra-high thread counts. But it’s the company’s organic patterns, saturated colors, and subtle details that lend true decadence to these textiles — the kind you find in thousand-dollar-a-night European hotels.