The fresh, classic designs, of Matouk linens, bedding, towels and sheets has always been synonymous with high style and uncompromising luxury. The roots of the company’s aesthetic, as well as its craft, are deep, running all the way back to pre-war Europe and even Damascus, where the company’s founder, John Matouk, was born to a family of jewelers. Matouk took his appreciation for workmanship to Italy, where he studied the linen business, and gained expertise in intricate lacework and hand-applied details. When he made it to New York, in 1929, and began selling trunks of singular fabrics to society’s movers and shakers, Matouk, as we know it today, was born. Today, the company is known for bespoke designs, classic appliqués, and its top-flight collaborations like Lulu DK for Matouk, a new bedding line in conjunction with Lulu de Kwiatkowski, founder and chief designer of Lulu DK Fabrics & Wallpaper.
Transform your bedroom with a new duvet cover: It’s a simple trick to freshen up the décor. We’ve got options here in spades, including Asian-inspired florals from Twinkle Living, Eastern-influenced geometrics from Manuel Canovas and sophisticated white-on-white designs from Vera Wang. Add some shams, throws and decorative pillows, and then a set of Matouk’s 500-thread-count percale sheets, and you’ll sleep well.
Luxury linen king John Matouk’s 500-thread-count duvet sets and sheets provide a perfect canvas for textile designer Lulu de Kwiatkowski’s colorful geometric patterns; his monochromatic Egyptian cotton towels, meanwhile, are unbelievably plush.
From sheet sets in summer patterns to terry robes, decorative pillows and more, we’ve compiled the best names in bedding with everything you need to spruce up your home. Visit Frette, Manuel Canovas and Matouk and find your perfect piece.
Make your bedroom an oasis with these timeless linens that take bedding to new levels of luxe. The shams and duvet covers feature detailed embroideries and delicate hemstitching, while the solid sateen sheet sets come in timeless, subtle shades. Sophisticated pillows and plush throws complete the look. The only downside: Getting out of bed for work is going to be very tough.