Time to make your bed: 5 beautiful bedding brands

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The days are getting longer, springtime is right around the corner and the desire for newness is everywhere, right down to your sheets. For nights in white satin (or other fabrics), here are five bedding brands that promise sweet dreams.

For chic classics galore: Greige

Crafted in premium cotton by the best workshops in the world, Greige bedding adorns your nights and embellishes your days. In midnight blue or with a delicate trim, its soft and timeless colours wrap you in their cool embrace until dawn. The secret? Hotel-style cotton percale. All this at a reasonable price, as the brand works directly with its ateliers, avoiding the cost of middlemen.

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For linen lovers: Lissoy

Giving pride of place to European linen, Lissoy bedding possesses the authentic texture so characteristic of this plant-based fabric. Available in neutral or luminous colours, the pieces are easy to mix and match so that you can wake up to a pastel rainbow or a shaded monochrome palette each morning.

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Eco-friendly bedding: Oona

Eco-designed Oona home linens turn the spotlight on vegetal fibres, such as cotton and linen. Made in Portugal, this bedding unites artisanal know-how and ethical production. Delicately soft sheets, bedcovers and pillowcases caress the skin for dreamy nights. 

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Prints charming: Pierre Frey

Established for several generations, Pierre Frey has made a name for itself on the French furnishing scene with its rich, detailed fabrics. From French classicism to oriental motifs, the brand’s creations dress up homes with luxury worthy of the most sumptuous palaces of the past.

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The most millennial: Tekla

Founded in Copenhagen in 2017, Tekla produces home linens made with beautiful materials. In 100% organic cotton or Merino wool, its bedding boasts advanced expertise and divine comfort. Not to mention a fresh, modern style that revolutionises the very perception of sheets and towels.

Visit the Tekla website

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