D. Porthault is known for its famous bed linens and sunny colours. IN fact, way back in the 1920s when white sheets were the norm, the company introduced Impressionist and colourful designs that continue to enliven bedrooms and living rooms to this day. They have launched some really luxurious bed linens which I am sure you would be interested in.
The new Mimosa bed linens have been inspired by Bonnard’s painting “Studio with Mimosa” and come with yellow and lime flowers. Queen size sheets cost between $1,100 -$3,600 and $1,400-$4,000 for king bed sets. If you would like to purchase pillows and boudoirs, they are priced between $165 and $450. The soft pastel colours and the enigmatic patterns make sure that no single bedroom is boring in your house.
However, the designs are a little too girly and even women might find the patterns frivolous. These bed sheets may induce the idea of girlishness, and effeminate behaviour that your man would certainly not like. Of course, if these sheets were to be given to a little girl, they look pretty good. However for those who are slightly concerned about their virility, these designs may be a turn off.