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498 Broome St., nr. W. Broadway; 646-964-5020;

Founder Motokuni Takaoka was inspired by fishing twine to create the resin fibers inside his company’s mattress toppers that make them cushy, resilient, and breathable. Airweave fans can also find pillows and portable versions of their signature pad. $$$


424 Broome St., nr. Crosby St.; 1200 Madison Ave., nr. 88th St.; 212-226-8002;

Hand-embroidered linens and pillows are the main draw at this shop owned by husband-and-wife fashion designers Sachin and Babi Ahluwalia. Plush beds are draped with cashmere throws and silk comforters in creamy colors. Design consultation is complimentary. $$$ (consulting services)


58 E. 11th St., nr. University Pl.; 212-924-7084;

Create a serene, Scandinavian-feeling home with these fine functional linens for the bedroom, living room, and kids’ room. All products are designed by Anki Spets and manufactured using natural fibers at carefully chosen factories throughout the world. $$$ (ecofriendly)


This Kickstarter-launched bedding operation offers luxury-quality linens at a fraction of the cost. Their classic cotton percale sheet sets start at $99, down comforters at $299. $$-$$$

Calypso St. Barth Home

407 Broome St., at Lafayette St.; 212-925-6200;

Colorful stacks of luxe throws, Moroccan print pillows, and mimosa-scented candles create a haute-bohemian vibe at this airy boutique. Eclectic high-end home accessories can be found throughout the store along with a limited but expanding selection of luxe-looking furniture. $$$

Charles P. Rogers

26 W. 17th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-675-4400;

This bed-and-bedding store has been run by the same family since 1855, selling beautiful frames in iron, brass, leather, and hardwood; headboards, footboards, trundle beds, and daybeds; and a limited selection of linen or 400-thread-count cotton sheets. $$$

Cristina Azario

17 E. 70th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 646-649-4806

Azario, former creative director of Frette, has had a lifelong involvement with luxury textiles. Bedrooms take on a dreamy quality when draped in her bespoke bed linens, whether the space calls for beautiful white textures, decadent embroideries, or a bold color statement. $$$

D. Porthault

470 Park Ave., at 58th St.; 212-688-1660;

The signature linen designs—screen-printed by hand—stand out against the all-white walls and antique mirrors of this Park Avenue store. Along with their distinctive patterns, the sheets and pillowcases are also known for their wavy or scalloped finishings, embroidery, and appliqué detailing. $$$


161 Hudson St., nr. Laight St.; 235 E. 58th St., at Second Ave.; 212-777-0771;

In 1924, Duxiana founder Efraim Ljung had a mattress-­related epiphany while on a business trip and resolved to manufacture the world’s most comfortable bedding. The signature DUX line includes extra springs and personal comfort zones to fulfill your every sleeping need. $$$

E. Braun & Co.

484 Park Ave., nr. 59th St.; 212-838-0650;

Find table, bed, and bath linens of impeccable quality here. Products are made using classic techniques in styles ranging from traditional to contemporary, and they’re customizable to nearly any color palette. $$$

Fig Fine Linens

66 Post Rd. E., nr. Church Ln., Westport, Conn.; 203-227-8669;

Luxury linens from Sferra, Pratesi, and Matouk are the specialty here, but the company also carries coveted décor pieces from designers like Beatriz Ball and John Derian. $$$

Fine Linens

1193 Lexington Ave., nr. 81st St.; 212-737-2123;

This Upper East Side fixture has been supplying cultivated neighborhood residents with embroidered sheets, monogrammed towels, and table linens for 40 years and makes sheets in any size, even for your boat. $$-$$$


42 Greene St., nr. Grand St.; 212-941-9101;

Choose from dozens of frames, mattresses, linens—in short, everything you need to create a sumptuous bed. With a wide range of products, like full-storage bed frames and subway-map duvet covers, you can design an ensemble that’s comfortable and suits your style. $$$$


799 Madison Ave., nr. 68th St.; 212-988-5221;

This Italian store is the ultimate in bed-and-bath luxury. Those with expensive taste may opt for Frette’s impossibly decadent couture bedding, but there’s also a lower-priced Hotel line. $$$


876 Broadway, nr. 18th St. (various locations); 212-505-8022;

Founded in 1852 and now Sweden’s oldest bed producer, Hästens still sells the same handcrafted beds with all-natural, ecofriendly filling that it has been supplying for 60 years to Swedish royalty. Last year the company released a limited-edition model in a white check, a nod to the enduring significance of Scandinavian design. $$$$ (eco-friendly)


69 Mercer St., nr. Broome St.; 212-343-0333;

If buying ecofriendly products helps you sleep better at night, you’ll love Keetsa’s green pillows and mattresses. Hemp, tea, and castor oil all make appearances in the company’s fibers and foams, and they’re easy on the wallet to boot. $$ (eco-friendly)


86 Hoyt St., nr. Atlantic Ave., Boerum Hill; 718-222-1933;

Swing by this store for Indian hand-block-printed linens, pillow covers, decorative pillows, and other exotic accents. There’s also a wide array of antique textiles, home furnishings, Indian-inspired clothing, and modern and antique jewelry. $$$

Laytner’s Linen & Home

2276 Broadway, at 82nd St. (various locations); 212-724-0180;

This Upper West Side mainstay has long been a go-to source for affordable bed and bath linens that will stand up to the wear and tear of family life or dorm-room shenanigans. The store offers basic furniture—simple tables, leather sofas, and club chairs—plus a wide selection of home accents and kitchen accessories. $-$$

Libeco Home

The Belgian linen masters’ virtual boutique features products for the bedroom, kitchen, and dining room in sophisticated colors and patterns that showcase the natural beauty of the fabrics. $$$$

Long's Bedding & Interiors

121 W. 72nd St., nr. Broadway; 212-873-1752;

Whether you need a replacement mattress for a sleeper sofa, an odd-size one for an antique frame, or an L-shaped style for your private jet, you can get it from this 100-plus-year-old family business. $$-$$$


508 W. 26th St., at Tenth Ave.; 212-255-8627;

Olatz Schnabel studied design in her native Spain. At her Chelsea linens store, she designs all the simple, thick-bordered pillows and sheets herself in bold colors like lime green as well as subdued yellows and blues. $$$


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