This Super-Luxurious Italian Bedding Brand Just Created a Line You Can Actually Afford

updated May 12, 2021
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The Ritz-Carlton. Soho House. The Peninsula. What do these luxe hotels have in common? They all rely on Frette linens to make sure their beds are irresistibly comfy. Frette is pretty much the gold standard when it comes to luxurious, irresistibly soft hotel-quality sheets. The Italian brand has been making them for over 150 years, so it makes sense that they’re the experts when it comes to luxury linens, but a nice set of Frette sheets generally runs in the — hold your breath — $1,000 to $3,500 range. That is, until now! The new H by Frette collection just launched at Bloomingdale’s, and it’s the stuff sweet dreams are made of. . . without the sticker shock. This new collection offers the luxurious feel of Frette linens at a much, much more accessible price point — everything is sold à la carte, with prices starting at $65, which is incredibly reasonable given the supreme quality Frette is known for. But like all things that seem too good to be true, there’s a catch. The collection is only available until June 30 online and at Bloomingdale’s 59th St. flagship location in NYC. So if you’ve ever wanted to bring the incomparable quality of Frette home for less, this collab offers a short window in which to do so. Here’s a look at the best sheets, duvet covers, and even bathrobes to check out from the H by Frette Bloomingdale’s pop-up.

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If you're on Team Top Sheet, H by Frette has you covered, literally. Their lightweight and airy Percale Top Sheet is just like the one you'll find in a five-star hotel bed, and it provides a practical extra layer between you and your duvet or comforter.

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Frette first provided luxury linens to the iconic Hotel Danieli in Venice in 1899, and since then their bedding has come to embody "hotel-quality" bedding around the globe. H by Frette's fitted sheet is made from long-staple cotton in a percale weave for a crisp, cool feel that's just right for the warmer months.

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Even if you're not ready to splurge on a full set of luxe sheets, a pair of H by Frette's Percale Pillowcases would be a great warm-weather upgrade for your summer bedscape. They're made from the exact same material as Frette's renowned sheets, and are only available in white — because it matches everything.

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In addition to percale, the H by Frette Collection includes some shimmery sateen bedding, which is the way to go if you prefer a luxurious drape and silky-smooth feel. For under $400, you can get a hotel-quality fitted sheet, top sheet, and pillowcases that will last forever and just get silkier over time.

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White duvet covers just make a bed feel clean and fresh, and that's exactly why hotels choose them. H by Frette's Percale Duvet Cover is, again, just like the ones you'd find in a five-star hotel and will make you feel like you're on vacation every morning when you wake up.

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If you hate wrestling with a duvet insert to get it into its cover, this bed cover is for you. Lots of luxe hotels opt for blankets like this and simply spread them out on top of a duvet insert or comforter and then fold the top bed sheet over for a finished look. The cover and top sheet essentially serve the same purpose as a duvet cover, and it's a smart way to make a bed.

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Fun fact: Everyone who stays at a Ritz-Carlton considers sneaking the robe into their suitcase. Another fun fact: Anyone who actually does do that would find out they eventually get charged for it. This piqué cotton robe avoids that awkwardness and lets you have a five-star experience every day at home.