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Back To Bed
Nadia Dabbakeh | Photo: Courtesy of Peacock Alley | January 14, 2014
It’s cold, and the only thing we want to do is queue up Netflix and cuddle up in bed with our favorite shows. So, we’re investing in some new linens for an extra comfortable, luxe night in.
1. Peacock Alley: Fans of this Dallas-based spot know that they do their own weaving at their own mills in Italy and Portugal, but have you checked out the new Spring 2014 collection? Egyptian cotton sheets in geometric prints, 400-thread count sateen and delicate, floral printed duvets with hemstitch details will keep you cozy till the sun comes out again. 1403 Slocum St., 214.520.6736
2. Casa di Lino: What is more delightful than enveloping yourself in fluffy goose down? Nothing! Casa di Lino carries our favorite label—Scandia Down—for comforters, pillows and feather beds, all covered in the finest cottons and silks, and stuffed with down that’s been through a 12-step cleaning process (believed to be the highest cleaning standard in the industry). 4026 Oak Lan Ave., 214.252.0404
3. Stanley Korshak: Jumping into a pure, all-white bed is as close as we can get to lounging in a cloud, and Pratesi is the ultimate in white linens. The preferred brand of many elite hotels around the world can be yours thanks to the little shop at Stanley Korshak. Have a California King at home? Try the Orbite collection for the perfect fit. 500 Crescent Court, 214.871.3600
4. The Linen Boutique: Still unsure what to get? Let the helpful staff at this sweet boutique act as your personal shoppers. Our top pick: The Italian import, Sferra. From rich Persimmon duvets with vine jacquard designs and cottage roses, to brushed cotton throws in herringbone weave in myriad colors, you can transform your bed into an oasis. 5600 W. Lovers Lane, 214.352.5400
5. Ralph Lauren: Some things are classics for a reason, and we can’t get enough of Ralph Lauren’s adventures in home décor. The designer’s latest, the Seville Collection, was inspired by his Spring 2014 show, a mod testament to the power of graphic black and white. The striped sheets and pinstriped accents will look wonderful in any modern bedroom. 58 Highland Park Village, 214.522.5270