Matouk offers a wide range of designs to appeal to individual tastes and is well known for its classically accented linens -- including its signature prints, patterns, and contemporary designs. Every product combines painstaking craftsmanship and the most luxurious fabrics to create a look that is quintessentially Matouk.
The company was created in 1929 by John Matouk, who had the goal of making the world’s most beautiful, highest-quality linens available to American consumers. Over the company's 80-plus year history, the Matouk name has become synonymous with its founder's uncompromising values: insistence on the highest quality and a passion for luxury.
Matouk sold exquisite fabrics and clothes to the finest stores and elite families. Mrs. Edsel Ford replenished her linen closets by buying $75,000 of Matouk table linens -- an investment of $1.2 million in today’s terms. When linen became scarce during World War II, he pioneered a special blended fabric of mohair, rayon and cotton that became Matouk's first signature tablecloth.
John Matouk's son, George Sr., took over the company, and during his 36 years at the helm, he broadened the Matouk brand to include top of the bed ensembles, easy care tablecloths, luxury bath products, and custom sizing, embroideries, and monogramming. In 2002, he handed over the reins of Matouk to his son, George Jr., who represents the third generation of the family-run company.
Today, Matouk remains committed to designing and manufacturing the world’s best-made and best-loved table, bed, and bath linens for its passionate and discerning clientele around the world. It sources the finest materials from around the world and uses both old-world techniques and state of the art tools. The company has implemented “green tactics” including a solar energy system that produces 35% of the electricity required to power the Matouk factory located in Massachusetts.
Recently, Matouk created an exclusive collection, Schumacher, in collaboration with F Schumacher. The designs combine Schumacher unique artistic perspective with Matouk’s clean linens to weave a creation of innovative designs.
Here are some of our favorite items from Matouk and Schumacher, including bedding & coverlets available at Pioneer Linens.
Enjoy the Attleboro Quilt available in 4 colors.
Dress your bed with contemporary chic Burnett Bed Linens.
Shop all of the Schumacher prints from Matouk at Pioneer Linens. Available at our West Palm Beach store location in-store and online.