It’s no secret that linen bedding is a favorite among our team; Home living textiles are not as complicated as they come. But after a summer full of travel and hotel stays, luxurious and soft satin sheets are on our minds. Because, hey, if extending summer as long as possible means turning our bedrooms into a five-star luxury suite, we’re up for the task.
If you’ve written off hotel-style bedding as boring, hear us out. While traditional all-white sets represent a serviced room, we also found colorful embroidered designs with custom-made charm pillows to complete the look. But if simple is what you’re after in the market, there’s plenty in this section. Take Parachute’s new range of resorts, for example; It may be plain black and white, but spending an evening in 100% organic cotton sateen is a luxurious experience on par with a night at the Ritz.
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Only white in sight
There’s no rule that your bed has to have personality. We find that the crystal clear white sea is completely calm. There’s a surprising amount of variety in this straightforward category: from the H by Frette collection purchased by actual hotels to the cool-touch washed cotton Revival collections (a Domino’s favorite).
A touch of prep
Piping, embroidery and ribbon borders add a huge dose of sophistication to your room. The Bowery Hotel puts its best foot forward with its signature red-bordered furnishings in every room. We have a sweet spot for Maatouk’s scalloped Mirasol collection, inspired by Palm Beach storefront awnings. If a full set is out of your budget, you can always cut off just the shams and pair it with a plain white comforter.
When tying the hotel theme together, no decorative pillow will achieve the upscale aesthetic. Replace your solid, lightweight linen cotton with a throw made of an equally refined material (raw silk, velvet, or soft mohair). Be bold with style, make it elegant with a specially designed supportive pillow.
Layering a blanket will add extra warmth while also breaking up all the fluffiness. Try introducing new luxury fabrics, from classic cashmere to heavy wool.