Pioneer Linens Debuts an Exclusive Private Label Collection

By Caroline Perrott | January 13, 2020 | Home & Real Estate

Pioneer Linens launches its first private-label home collection with bespoke options and exclusive patterns to boot.

EliseeTaupeBedding.jpgCottons and linens for the private collection are woven on artisan looms, some up to 100 years old. Each piece is a result of tradition, bespoke production and integrity.

Everyone has an idea of a luxury bed. Crisp white sheets at a swank hotel or the plush smoosh of a firm yet supple pillow under head are most ideologies of luxury bedding. Bring this notion home with Pioneer Linens’ first and only private-label collection. As an island favorite for over a century, Pioneer Linens and the Murphy family have had even the most discerning of clients swooning with their deep knowledge and relationship within the linens world.

PioneerBlankets.jpgCustomize 100% cashmere throws to match linens, or embroider with family emblem for a lovely communal accent.

Now, they take it one step further with the Pioneer Linens Collection, offering bespoke fabrics handselected from artisan looms in Italy, a library of exclusive patterns and motifs inspired from the archives of Italian craftsmen, custom digitization of existing designs, and 100 shades of colors from which to choose—the possibilities are as endless as your imagination. “After decades of creating custom bedding and bath, we can now directly oversee every step of the process,” says Camille Murphy, great-granddaughter of Pioneer Linens founder Max Greenberg and current senior buyer. “We created the Pioneer Linens Collection to set the standard for luxury and make anything possible in terms of bespoke design.” Choose from sheets, towels, bathrobes, table linens, even cashmere blankets and throws, and rest easy on your new sheets knowing you got exactly what you envisioned at the quality you deserve. 210 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach

PioneerBlanketGreen.jpgRey cashmere throw in pale blue, $595



Photography by: Photos courtesy of Pioneer Linens