Dream Weavers

Above: Elegantly appointed bedrooms are a Togas specialty.

In our quest for the perfect night’s sleep, many of us are no strangers to luxury linens. But even those well-versed in the highest-end brands may find themselves cozying up to something new after scoping out the selection at TOGAS HOUSE OF TEXTILES: Think hand-drawn patterns and fabrics (cashmeres, silks, crisp cottons) that beg to be touched.

This family-owned Greek company, founded in 1926, recently opened its first U.S. store in Greenwich; a boutique on Fifth Avenue will follow later this year. Togas offers a range of coordinating linens, towels and more. “Everything is orchestrated by our creative team in Greece with a sophisticated approach, it’s not matchy-matchy,” says Paula Tovitch, store manager. The patterns represent an eclectic mix of styles, opulent and traditional looks as well as modern silhouettes.

To create bespoke bedding, draperies and upholstery with made-to-measure fabrics, the company’s designers make house calls, helping clients with color palettes and aesthetics. “We’ll sketch three possible versions for a design for a bedroom,” says Paula. Togas also works with interior designers, offering a trade discount. Beyond the bedding, draperies, table linens and accessories, Togas specializes in the nuts and bolts of bedding, the duvets and pillows underneath it all. Choose from Austrian and Mazurian down-filled duvets; cashmere and silk duvets filled with camel hair, which can be beneficial for people with arthritis. There’s even an anti-stress pillow, which features a grid of fine-gauge iron threads, and eco-friendly Lyocell sheeting (made with fibers from eucalyptus trees) that rivals silk in its softness.
51 East Putnam Ave., 203-900-1555; togas.com


Here, just a sampling of the ultra-luxe offerings from togas house. We’re pretty sure you’ll never want to leave the house.

Jardin Tablecloth
Togas’ elegant offerings aren’t just for the bedroom.

Santorini Bathrobe
It’s perfect for comfy lounging.

Olympia Gray Towels
Sure, they’ll dry you off, but they’ll also look gorgeous hanging in your bathroom.



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