Luxury Bedding

At Shades of Sleep only the finest bedding lines are offered to the discerning customer. Master craftspeople from Italy, France, Switzerland, Canada, and the United States have honed their skills thus creating bedding with rich meticulous detail.

We believe the bedroom should be a sanctuary for the senses creating an environment that is welcoming and tranquil. Few things in life are more comforting than a peaceful night’s sleep. Now imagine basking in sensuous silks or sateens, exquisite linens or long staple Egyptian cotton sheets.

Daniel Stuart, a bedding line full of playful rich saturated knits and fun filled faux fur blankets and pillows to catch anyone’s eye. Belle Notte is more subdued however offers a sea of soft colours and textures available not only for adults but for our precious babies as well. They are very proud of their ‘green’ approach to dyes and forwarding thinking regarding the environment.

Frette is world renowned for their upscale hotel line of crisp Egyptian cotton sheets and sumptuous sateens. Schlossberg will open your eyes to the beauty and comfort jersey has to offer. This line has a plethora of prints and graphics to inspire the designer in us all. Kumi Kookoon provides lavish silks as exotic as the company sounds. Revelle is proudly Canadian and showcases fabulous fabrics with exceptional attention to detail.

Peacock Alley is all about cocooning and ‘living’ in your bedroom. This line will take you on a trip from the ethereal beauty of the earthy tones to the romance of glamour. St. Geneve will embrace you with the rarest and most exquisite down duvets available while you lay your head on a velvety down pillow. Their beautiful array of cotton prints from Italy will make your choice even more difficult! And lastly,

Kiska Textiles is made from a soft Indian cotton with modern prints, this beautiful bedding is made in Toronto and is very different from the rest of our bedding companies and will offer a unique choice to the younger demographic.


 
“Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together”
(Thomas Dekker)