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Luxury Bedding Sets by Julian Charles

It is easy to spot luxury bedding when comparing sheets, pillowcases, and duvets. The difference between luxury bedding and price-minded comparables is visible and detectable by touch. Thread count comes first, with luxury bedding possessing a minimum thread count of 200, and often ranging above 1,000. With a high thread count, bedding will be dense of appearance, so that it interrupts the gaze when one attempts to peer through it. With a lesser thread count, a sheet might be nearly transparent.

Material used in composition is also key, with luxury bedding including nearly 100% fine linens such as Egyptian cotton. As for the weave, Percale and Jacquard are the methods most often used in the assembly of luxury bedding.

Desire Embroidered Luxury Duvet Cover

Julian Charles is a renowned designer when it comes to luxury bedding. Among staples from the Julian Charles line are the Sofia Duvet Cover. It is a black and white floral jacquard design, with matching sheets, pillowcases, and cushions. Matching curtains and valances are also available in the line.


The Symphony Duvet Cover is a silk look flocked design in bedding and matching curtains. The Symphony line is made up of 100% Polyester with Polymide Flock, and includes sheets, pillowcases, duvet cover, valances, cushions, and curtains in two sizes.


The Desire Embroidered Duvet Cover comes in a vibrant purple with contemporary design. This elegant set features an Ogee patterned design, along with damson enhanced with pink tones, and metallic gold detailing and piping. Desire is a full set of matching bedding along with bed throw and curtains to match.


The Portia Embroidered Duvet Cover features a stylish near-floral design with a neutral color pattern. Made from shiny yarns and satin fabrics, the set includes the duvet cover, with pillowcases, cushions, a pinstriped bed throw, and matching curtains.

All these could be found on TerrysFabrics from only £32.00. What’s your favorite?

Alex Ion
Alex started Decoist in early 2009, as a passion. With time, things have changed and Alex became more and more obsessed with fancy interiors and contemporary designs. Hence why all his attention today goes to running the magazine -- deciding what gets published, ensuring that our fans on Fa[...]

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