From eccentric motifs to discrete sophistication here are some of the best homegrown brands for lush linens…
No matter how old you are, few things in life say ‘sophisticated adulting’ more than a luxury set of linens. From tableware to bedspreads, here are a selection of exceptional Egyptian brands making mealtimes and bedtimes a little extra special…
These handcrafted and hand-embroidered lush table and bed linens are inspired by Egyptian traditions, spanning the ages from pharaonic motifs to nods to Nubian architecture. Think scintillating scarabs, multi-coloured palms and luminous lotus designs. A homegrown pioneer in socially-conscious and sustainable practices, Malaika’s pure Egyptian cotton creations are a byword in beauty.
Operating since 1995, Heba Linens specialises in embroidered fabrics with a diverse selection that includes Japanese-inspired cherry blossom designs, festive holiday linens, and beach-themed pieces for your summer home.
With a fixation on Egyptian cotton, this all-fabric destination delivers super fine, high thread count linens in sateen, percale, and classic designs. Their basic cotton duvet cover has a 500TC, and comes in an array of hues including cream, café, pastels, and jacquard.
Nina found home.
A great destination for muted earth tones, Nina found home’s linens also offer warmer colour palettes as winter creeps up around the corner, including terracotta, cafe au lait, cobblestone, and pumpkin.
Best know for their brilliant beanbags, Ariika’s homeward range also includes mattresses, bath products, towels, kilims, and of course linens. Their minimal duvets and fitted sheets come in cotton, percale, sateen, and jacquard options with a thread count ranging from 300 to 520.
For those who take a liking to minimal boho, Lilly Home features subtle designs with a large collection of neutral basic linens.
Unabashed luxury is the name of the game at Fabrea, who have been supplying five-star hotels with their 100% Egyptian cotton linens and towels since 1985.