In 1929, John Matouk arrived in New York carrying trunks filled with elegant linens he had discovered in Italy. When his supply lines from Europe were cut off during the World War II, he moved production to the U.S., and opened the first Matouk factory in Manhattan. Shortly afterwards, Mr. Matouk pioneered a a special fabric blend of mohair, rayon, and cotton as a reaction to the scarcity of linen during wartime. The end result was Matouk’s first signature tablecloth. Today, eighty-eight years later, the Matouk factory and headquarters are located in Massachusetts in a world-class solar-energy facility where old world techniques combine with state of the art tools. Now, the company is lead by John Matouk’s grandson, George Matouk Jr., and committed to creating a collection of exquisite and cherished bed and bath linens.
Bed linens from Matouk range from 350 thread count to 1,000 thread count to custom, made to order and monogrammed linens.
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