Missing hotel rooms? Us too. Here is a selection of luxe bed linen to replicate a haven of calm at home.
There’s nothing quite like a hotel bedroom: the nifty storage solutions, marbled bathrooms, and the ever-so-soft bed linen that makes it feel as though you are drifting off atop a cloud. Whilst we won’t be checking in for a little longer, investing in some new bed linen can help cultivate an element of the at-home hotel experience. Here are seven brands CF trusts for the best bedding.
A bed pluming with pillows is the ultimate decadence, particularly when dresses with the Ralph Lauren Home Penthouse collection. We love the graphic interplay of black and white taking inspiration from a classic Ralph Lauren tuxedo jacket; it feels suitably soigné. The cotton sateen fabric has a 400 thread count too, and is sumptuously silky to the touch.
A bed pluming with pillows is the ultimate decadence, particularly when dresses with the Ralph Lauren Home Penthouse collection.
Transport yourself to everyone’s favourite Farmhouse, or further afield, with Soho Home bed linen. It's exaclty the bedding used in all the Soho House global outposts. Available in either white, charcoal, or a soft dusky pink, we love the minimalism of this collection. Made from 100% linen, it ensures a restful night's sleep as we enter warmer weather.
Paris-based Yves Delorme is a heritage bed linen brand, which has been operating since 1845. The offering is extensive: there is something for even the most exacting of customers, from simplistic neutrals to bountiful florals. We love the new Complice collection, adorned in a pretty foliage design and rendered in silky cotton sateen. You don't need to be in Paris for the in-store experience either: the shop based on Walton Street, a stone's throw from Harrod's, is well worth a visit for the bespoke monogramming service.
There is something for even the most exacting of customers, from simplistic neutrals to bountiful florals.
Copenhagen-based Tekla Fabrics has become something of an “It” brand. It's crisp, matte bed linens embody the minimalist Scandi aesthetic and are 100% organic and chemical free. They are treated with a light stonewash to feel soft, yet crisp, for that clean sheets feeling day after day. Available in an array of colours, we are particularly enamoured with this soothing lavender shade.
Coze is a brand born from great pedigree – it's parent company supplied some of UK’s best hotels, from The Savoy to Gleneagles. The ultimate stamp of approval in our eyes. Joining forces with Interior Designer, Sophie Paterson, there is a caspule collection of monogrammed products available, spanning bed linens to bath robes. We are particularly fond of a monogrammed pillow case, ensuring there's no need to get it confused with your S.O.'s ever again…
Once Milano is keeping the tradition of Venetian handcrafted linen alive. Its chic bedding comes in a variety of shades, think clean neutrals and punchy jewel tones, which you can mix-and-match to your desired aesthetic. The selection of table linens are equally as charming for al fresco dining – you’ll want to check out the ready-to-wear selection too for breezy summer dressing solutions.
Once Milano is keeping the tradition of Venetian handcrafted linen alive.
Trove launched in 2019 as the product line of Notting Hill based interior design firm, Studio Duggan. Mixing the old with the new is very much the aesthetic and we love these made-to-order pillowcases, complete with a whimsical ruffle. They are finished with a pretty coloured piping detail, available in an array of shades from olive to lemon. The linen gets softer and softer with every wash; just how we like it. Do stock up on the matching duvet and a festoon of chintzy cushions too.