The Best Luxury Linens for Sheets, Pillows, and Duvet Covers

Courtesy Bloomingdales

Nothing feels like falling blissfully asleep in a super soft set of bed linen.

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“There are at least five layers that comprise a five-star, hotel-quality bed,” says interior designer Karen B. Wolf. And bed linens play a major role.

From an aesthetic point of view, your bedsheets and pillowcases are an important part of your overall decor because they have to match your interior design and color palette.

“A king-sized bed, for example, requires three Euro Shams in the back, king pillows two of which should be coverlet style shams to work with the bedding, two throw pillows, and a lumbar or shape to top it all off. This complicated layering is what makes your bed speak luxury, comfort and sweet dreams,” adds Wolf.

Aesthetics aside though, we are firm believers that true luxury lies in the construction of a piece. Or in this case, the fabrics your linens are made of. High-thread cotton, soft sateen, and fine cotton-and-silk blends guarantee you will be happily lazing around in your bed for hours.

Here we rounded up the most luxurious bed linens for any style.

Yves Delorme Palmio Bed Collection

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This beautiful French-made collection is inspired by Indian and Persian designs. The deep blue shade (“Prussian Blue”) is complemented by floral and calligraphy motifs for a bold statement.

The sheets are made from luxury long-staple cotton sateen with a piped finish.

To buy: from $60,

Bella Notte Ines Duvet Cover

Courtesy Bella Notte

How beautiful is this embroidered duvet cover?! It is sustainably made from midweight linen that is dyed using hand-mixed colors. The allover cotton embroidery is absolutely stunning and will add a boho-chic vibe to your bedroom. The Ines collection comes in 16 shade and two size options as well as matching pillowcases.

To buy: $766,

Barclay Butera Montecito Embroidered Duvet Cover and Comforter

Courtesy Eastern Accents

Add some laid-back California vibes to your bedroom with this bold duvet cover in a blue and silver embroidered botanical pattern. It comes in seven size options and you can style it on your bed with a few decorative pillows including this matching one.

To buy: from $1,642,

The White Company Savoy Bed Linen Collection

Courtesy The White Company 

These crisp white bedsheets in soft and luxurious 400-thread-count Egyptian cotton percale will turn your bedroom into a five-star hotel. And if you’d like to freshen up the décor a little bit, opt for one of the designs that come with a border in navy, silver, or brown. 

To buy: from $42,

Matouk Classic Chain Collection

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You’ll find Matouk sheets in some of the most beautiful luxury properties across the country such as the Inn at Little Washington, The Whitby Hotel in New York City, and the Inn Windmill Lane in the Hamptons.

For their Classic Chain collection, the company took inspiration from an ancient Greek motif that here, adorns the pillowcases, duvet, and sheets.

To buy: from $79,

Frette Forever Lace Sheet Set

Courtesy Frette

Frette is the go-to brand of 5-star properties around the world and for a good reason. Nothing compares to the feeling of their super soft sheets against your skin. And the Forever Lace collection is an absolute stunner. It sports an intricate macramé lace along the sides of the shams and the three sides of the top sheet.

To buy: $1,850,

Saatva Linen Sheet Set

Courtesy Saatva

Sustainable direct-to-consumer brand Saatva makes the linen for its bed sheets from premium Belgian flax that is naturally hypoallergenic, microbial, and breathable. The sheets are then dyed and washed for extra softness so when they arrive in your home, all you have to do is make your bed and fall into blissful sleep.

To buy: from $225,

Sferra Celeste Collection

Courtesy Bloomingdales

Transform your bedroom into a luxury hotel suite with Sferra’s Italian-made linens. The minimalist design of the Celeste collection oozes sophistication and will perfectly match any home interior. The collection is crafted from soft Egyptian cotton percale and is available in nine color options.

To buy: from $115,

Roberto Cavalli Birds Ramage Queen Duvet Cover

Courtesy Neiman Marcus 

If frugal minimalism is not your thing then opt for this vibrant bed linen set by the company that has mastered the art of the print—Roberto Cavalli. The Birds Ramage collection dons an allover bird and floral print as well as a striped border on the duvet cover. The set is made in Italy from silky soft 300-thread count cotton sateen.

To buy: from $150,

Etro Quilted King Comforter Set

Courtesy Bergdorf Goodman

Update your bed for the colder months ahead with this quilted comforter set in navy blue. The textured paisley design is inspired by Etro’s signature bold aesthetic but because it is monochromatic, it has a subdued elegance to it that looks very sophisticated.

To buy: $1,160,

dazed but amazed

Handmade (and hand-dyed) in Australia, this brand offers curated tonal sets and made-to-order bed linens, crafted with care and rich colorful reflective of various natural environments. Made from 100 percent French linen and died in stunning and unique shades, a set of these linens will surely brighten an entire bedroom.

To buy: tonal sets from $197;