When choosing the finest in home furnishings, legacy matters. One of the most iconic names in linens, Schlossberg of Switzerland - Boller Winkler, the original mill, was established in Turbenthal, near Zurich, Switzerland in 1833. It was the first mill to take advantage of the equipment and machinery coming out of England during the Industrial Revolution, using the spinning machines to replace hand labor. Next, the weaving looms were introduced into the mill and Boller Winkler went on to become one of the most recognized and highly respected mills in Europe. It produces millions of yards of fabric per year for many different markets, including apparel and bed linens. The bed linens are marketed under the name Bonjour of Switzerland around the world, and now in the United States.
In January 1996, Bonjour of Switzerland, US was incorporated and is headquartered in Clinton, New Jersey. Bonjour of Switzerland is a mill with not only state-of-the-art technology and superb craftsmanship, but also a mill with a design philosophy and environmental awareness matched by few mills in the world. They excel at jacquard and sateen woven fabrics of high thread counts which become exquisite bed linens of heirloom quality.
Schlossberg Switzerland Spring Collection 2012 Vive les couleurs - Swiss bedding manufacturer Schlossberg Switzerland will launch two distinctive bedding lines in spring under the theme "Vive les couleurs", covering the entire color range from fresh-strong to soft pastel. The Premium line Schlossberg elegance presents with lush and varied floral motifs. The modern line of Schlossberg linens provides a surprise with minimalist design elements made up of floral patterns and colorful, slightly wavy stripes. The collection is rounded off by Schlossberg essentials, which, this spring, will come up with four new fabric graphic designs in eight elegant colors. The entire range of Schlossberg linens is made of finest cotton that is processed to Satin Noblesse and Jersey Royal. An in-house studio provides the perfect setting for the design team, where each motif is hand-drawn and developed into a distinctive design. Colors and patterns are combined with style and precision-printed on premium grade materials.