Frette Fine Linens
We feature Frette linens because of their time-honored tradition of quality. Frette Italian linen starts with the best fiber and ends with superior weaving and finishing. When you're looking for the luxury of Frette linen, think Pioneer Linens.
Frette Hotel Bedding Collection
Frette led the fine linen industry again by introducing luxurious sheets to many of the world’s elite hotels. Frette hotel bedding has become the style of choice for many people who first experienced premium Frette sheets during a stay at a five-star hotel such as Claridge’s in London. The 100% Egyptian cotton, 200 thread count Frette Hotel Collection proves that true quality is found in bedding that starts with the best fiber and ends with the best finishing. The fiber, 100% Egyptian long-staple cotton, is superior to other grades of cotton by virtue of its strength, length, and softness. The finishing is performed by the delicate hands of Italian craftsmen whose expertise has been practiced through centuries of tradition. The result is unmatched luxurious bed linens.
Frette sheets in the hotel collection display an embroidered double-piping for classic bed linens with modern appeal. Enjoy the quality chosen by the world’s finest hotels for the comfort you deserve every night at home.
The name Frette is synonymous with luxury because of the company’s long-standing passion for quality. Edmond Frette established the fine linen company in Grenoble, France in 1860. Along with his partners, Frette created a firm focused solely on fabric, allowing them to become the worldwide leader in the specialty. Soon two factories were established in Sovico and Concorezzo, Italy, where the company is still based today. Frette opened retail stores in Milan, and its first boutique opened on Bond Street in London in 1877, offering linens of the highest quality. Since then Frette linen has expanded worldwide, from Hong Kong to Beverly Hills. Over the years the company reorganized numerous times to accommodate expansion and growth for a product that was becoming highly desired. In 1978 Frette sheets became available in the United States.
Frette Quality Tradition
Frette led the industry by introducing new ways of producing fine linens. In 1880, Frette began to use Vicenzi looms allowing the company to produce intricate damasks unlike any others. These new methods of production enabled the unique company to stand apart and start fulfilling special requests, such as providing linens for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the Kingdom of Italy. Embassies all over the world soon followed suit, and many noble European families began seeking Frette linen. Today, Frette bedding and table linens can be found in the homes of the elite and in many boutiques and hotels, such as the Ritz in Paris and the Plaza in New York. Frette outfitted the Titanic, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Orient Express, and the Queen Mary II. Frette introduced a home-wear collection in 1889, focusing on comfortable clothing for people relaxing at home. Almost a century later, the Frette-To-Wear collection provides elegant lounging attire.