From Sonoma Wool-filled coverlets to perfectly washed sateen, these textiles give new meaning to beauty rest.
For Tricia Rose, the rustic texture of the pieces in her home-textile collection, Rough Linen, conjures warm memories of her grandmother’s cottage in Scotland. This fall, Rough Linen’s quilts and coverlets, dyed indigo and dusk pink, are filled with toasty Sonoma wool. roughlinen.com.
A blend of comfort and style, the latest bedding from RH marries natural garment-dyeing in the softest ocean hues with the traditional art of mud-resist, hand-block printing (dabu) practiced in India. rh.com.
Parachute has cast its fine linens beyond the confines of home and into the weekend getaway. In October, the label opened an eponymous multiuse hotel concept in Venice featuring Italian-made duvet covers and sumptuous down pillows. Bonus? It’s completely shoppable. theparachutehotel.com.
Design house Commune’s projects are synonymous with laid-back California style, done well. Their latest collaboration, a custom line of percale sheeting for Hamburg House, is influenced by Native American symbols and loosely based on Bauhaus design principles. communedesign.com; nickeykehoe.com.
Born in DTLA 20 years ago, craft textile house Matteo is known for their relaxed linens in a neutrals-focused palette. This year Matteo released their signature bedding in more vibrant hues, including blush, navy and plum. matteohome.com.
Written by Andrea Stanford.