One of my favorite things in the whole world is climbing into a bed made up with freshly cleaned and pressed sheets. So today, I thought it might be fun to take a sneak peek at how the "other half" lives -- or at least how they sleep.
Here are 4 luxury bed linen lines that most of us will never have a chance to experience -- but hey, at least we can dream about them!
Charlotte Thomas is well known for posh linens, but their "Bespoke" line takes things up a notch by weaving in actual 22k gold thread into the individually made, thousand-count Egyptian cotton sheets. Production can take up to 12 weeks and the price point is somewhere around $2,400.
D. Porthault has been purveying luxury linens for most of the last century to a clientele that has included Jackie Kennedy, Audrey Hepburn, and Sarah Jessica Parker. Expect to spend in the neighborhood of $1,400 for a queen set.
You will likely find Frette sheets gracing beds in five-star hotels throughout the world. Be prepared to spend $1,200 if you want this kind of luxury in your own room. Pocket change!
The "Milos" line from Sferra boasts 100 percent Egyptian cotton sateen with a 1020 thread count. I'm not sure exactly what that feels like, but I imagine it's somewhere close to heavenly. For only $1,600 you can experience these linens for yourself.
Wishing you had deeper pockets? Here's a little bonus to make us feel better. This set from Amazon features multiple four-star reviews, 100 percent Egyptian cotton, and 1200 thread count all for $70.94.
Tell me, what's the most you'd ever pay for high-end bedding? Know of any resources for high-quality, low-price bedding that you swear by?
Top image via abeachcottage.com