Dea, luxury linens made in Italy

Dea Italy - Italian Luxury LinensDea is an Italian company specialized in the production and sale of household luxury linens.
Dea was founded in 1963, the first Dea shop is opened in 1968 and in 1995 Dea begins to sell abroad, and this expansion reaches its peak in 2000 with the founding of DEA USA INC. for the development of the market in the United States. Today Dea shops are present in over 20 country around the world.
The company succeeded in spreading textile tradition both in Italy and abroad, by creating the right combination between tradition and innovation and has become unique in its field and immediately recognisable in the market.

The quality of Dea products is the result of total control of the process, from the selection of raw material to the design and above all the production of the item.
The distinguishing character of Dea is the originality of the source, creation and production of its articles, typically Made in Italy. While making use of competitive product advantage, Dea conquered the national market and also succeeded in exporting abroad. They introduced the “Dea Idea of Home Living”.

The goal of the company is to contribute for an elegant and comfortable space that also fits the busy lives of modern people.
Dea designs and creates everything that is part of the production chain regarding bed sheets, duvet covers, bed spreads, quilts, toweling sets and table linen. Lace, embroidery and prints are the details we are well known for: the reason why whole generations in search of a personal, elegant touch to their home, choose our products.

Dea’s designs are based on simplicity and refinement, representing clean calm lines and various modern patterns. They have light soft colors with richness added by the natural beauty of the high quality fabrics. There are several collections of different styles to choose from but they all attract the attention with two things: the soft refined feel of the material and the elegant modern design. Those are the elements that make these luxury linens the best choice for customers who seek quality, comfort and luxury for their stylish homes.
Our attention to the selection and to the quality of raw materials has enabled our technicians to develop textiles like our fine Satin, Voile, Linen and Silk.

Dea can customize linens for the bathroom (bath toweling), for the bedroom (bed linen ) and for the dining area (living area, dining area, kitchen) with unique original items.
Dea creates its fine luxury linens only from top quality materials that are treated with great care and precision.  The precious natural cloths that the company uses are а result of the long tradition of textile manufacture in Tuscany (Italy).

Dea_Luxury_Linens_26They include silk, satin, linen, voile, percale and more, all of which ensure high levels of comfort and durability. The professionals at Dea use their exceptional traditional craftsmanship to turn the fine materials into refined pieces of modern design for a most elegant and stylish home. The process of creating the linens is done entirely by hand with a focus on every small detail in order to achieve perfection. The finished luxury linens are also manually ironed and presented to the customers in their neatest most exquisite form.
Each article offered to the customer is made according to “age-old tradition”.

Our items, from plain textile to finished article, are created by our designers and made by skilled local workers who hand down their expertise from one generation to the next, making the finished product even more valuable.

Dea’s collections are available in stock to let our customers add to their collections, replace and buy items separately for many years to come. This is possible thanks to our craftsmanship and the quality of the raw materials.

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