• Bedding and Comforters - Elegant

    To get the finest bedding, you have to go to the finest manufacturers. There are a lot of manufacturers of bedding materials available. However, we have selected the following six for their diverse and exciting product lines:


    Anichini prides itself in using quality Italian yarns to produce some of the most luxurious bedding you're likely to find. The Anichini Basics collection features 200 thread count percale sheets constructed from Egyptian cotton. These sheets are silky and soft, becoming softer with repeated washing and never pilling. Top them off with comforters, coverlets, and bed skirts in Turkish Delight (red, scarlet, burgundy), Ice Blue, Taj Bed (coral and fuchsia), Marengo (golden hues), Luxe Truffle (walnut and champagne), Zen (golden and jade), or Mocha Spice (nutmeg, paprika, and cinnamon).

    Bellino Fine Linens

    Bellino has several lines of luxury bed linens to choose from. Consider the Alba style from Bellino Classics collection with 100% Egyptian cotton jacquard and a 360 thread count. Smooth sheets in caramel and cream colors. Or the Caravaggio from the same collection may catch your fancy. Damask pattern sheets and comforters with embroidery. 380 thread count in blush and sage. Other collections feature embroidered or lace pillow cases, beautiful or understated patterns, and bedspreads with elegant thread fringes.


    This company provides first-class bed linens to hotels and luxury liners worldwide. French and Italian linens constructed from Egyptian and Swiss cottons will allow you to pamper yourself in style. Consider the Monreale collection, a jacquard cotton satin with a sheen that reflects the lights and an interlaced pattern in a matte finish to keep things interesting. Other lines include Taormina (white, ivory, and marzipan with a raised pattern of simple lines on the comforter), Wild (deerskin look in light and dark brown), and Doppio Ajour (plain but luxurious).

    Peacock Alley

    You'll love Peacock Alley's 500 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets in simple colors of white, earth tones, and pastels or in cheerful prints. The Lyric collection is just plain, soft, and beautiful to the touch. The Soprano collection offers a slightly more rugged look and a blanket-stitched hem. The Honeymoon collection offers a simple, rich look with an understated sateen finish. And the Duet collection features a plain hem with a damask stripe pattern.


    Colorful checks, stripes, and prints mix with lace and solid colors to provide a cozy look in this Italian company's bed linens. The Louvre style of sheets gives you crisp white with lace on the edges, a perfect match for the Checks blanket, a red and white checked pattern. For a more refined look, the Jour sheets feature a scalloped lace design on the edges to blend with the Piccola Stella jacquard comforter, a light gold color with simple swirl patterning. Other styles feature everything from simple parallel lines to ornate embroidery.

    Yves Delorme

    Yves Delorme started business in France in 1845 and has been respected ever since. Long-staple Egyptian cotton, embroidered, and jacquards invite you to luxuriate in comfort. Go with simple whites or pastels or try out something more exotic like the Rosa design-oversized roses geometrically arranged on an off-white background. Or go the other direction to the refinement of the Palace style with monochromatic designs that allow you to focus on the texture of the sheets. A third direction would be Rosemary Blue with a combination of roses and ribbon stripes in an Impressionist palette of yellow and blue.