Scandia’s New Bespoke Bed Linens

  • Christina Garofalo

Scandia Home’s bed linens—including traditional goose down comforters—can now be custom-ordered to satisfy almost any design request through its new Designer Atelier, a service that was launched at the company’s Beverly Hills, Calif., store, which opened earlier this year. In addition to the wide offering of bedding (which ranges from around $200 to $3,000), an interactive workstation features a variety of fabrics, colors, monogramming, and more to create bespoke touches, including embroidery or even a custom fabric headboard. 

One of Scandia’s newest lines is the Rothko Collection, named after the artist Mark Rothko, whose paintings inspired the neutral shades and fine textures that make these bed-toppers compatible with almost any home decor. The company also offers a range of accessories such as pillows made from recycled fur coats, and it has a new bridal trousseau—a repertoire of bed linens presented in a large lacquer box. (310.860.1486, www.scandiahome.com)

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