A perfect night's sleep begins with...
fresh, sumptuous and soothing layers of finely woven fabrics to envelope you, as you drift into alpha...
Started in 1833, in Turbenthal Switzerland near Zurich, the mill Boller Winkler has become one of the most recognized and highly respected mills in Europe. It produces millions of yards of fabric per year for many different markets, including apparel and bed linens. The bed linens are marketed under the name Bonjour of Switzerland around the world, and now in the United States. It was the first mill to take advantage of the equipment and machinery coming out of England during the Industrial Revolution, using the spinning machines to replace hand labor.
Bourbon of Switzerland is a mill with not only state-of-the-art technology and superb craftsmanship, but also a mill with a design philosophy and environmental awareness matched by few mills in the world.
A collection of luxurious fabrics combining oxford cloth and sateen stripes
duvet covers, fitted, flat, cases, shams, bedskirts, fabric by the yard
Millennium Towel Collection
A natural product made of 100% beech wood cellulose.
Softer than terry toweling with a natural luster that doesn’t wash out.
50% more absorbent than cotton and dries more quickly.
duvet covers, fitted, flat, cases, shams, bedskirts, fabrics by the yard
Collection is reversible Light or Dark background available
The world's first and only towel line to be certified "Cradle to Cradle". Each towel is made from biodegradable ingredients, right down to the label, yarn and thread. True sustainability, not just organic! "Cradle to Cradle" certification assures that the materials utilized in fabricating the towel will biodegrade naturally. Also, the manufacturing processes are environmentally friendly.
• 100% Supima extra long staple cotton.
• 20% combed yarn.
• 100% natural and ecologically correct manufacturing.
• Patented Hi-Tech spinning method provides yarn as soft
• Optimum absorbency. Dimensional stability. Color fast.
They have a beautiful selection of robes and dressing gowns that coordinate with the collections. Speaking of collections... check out the Spring and Fall 2009 Collection photos. Not only could I easily work with the various color selections and prints for my clients' bedroom projects, but I just may have to get a set for myself...
The pureness of white with fine details