Our richly textured matelassé quilts and coverlets are great choices to add understated elegance to the bed. These timeless designs layer perfectly year-round for comfort. Get just the right level of warmth in any season. Mix and match color and pattern to add textural interest to the bed; matelassé coverlets and bedspreads easily coordinate with any decor. Look for everything from classic florals to dimensional stripes in a wide selection of colors. We've included a variety of traditional matelassé patterns and modern versions with geometric-inspired accents. Explore the matelassé bedding collection to discover coverlets woven of pure cotton in goes-with-everything neutral hues, rich colors, and earthy tones made to complement your bedroom design.
Love the textural look? Don’t forget the extras. Our matelassé bed coverlets coordinate with shams, bed skirts, and box spring covers for a polished look from top to bottom.
What is matelassé?
Matelassé is a single-ply fabric that is stitched or woven to give the appearance of being quilted or padded. Popular matelassé motifs include classic floral or leaf designs, as well as modern geometric patterns.
What does matelassé mean?
Matelassé is a type of fabric. The word matelassé means “quilted” in French, referring to the quilted appearance achieved by the stitching or weaving technique used to make the fabric.
What is matelassé bedding?
When it comes to bedding, matelassé fabric is often used to make decorative shams, bedspreads, and coverlets.
What is a matelassé coverlet?
Intended to be used as a decorative layer on your bed, a matelassé coverlet is made with a single-ply fabric that is stitched or woven to create a rich texture that appears quilted.
What is a matelassé bedspread?
Like matelassé coverlets, matelassé bedspreads are made with a single-ply fabric that is stitched to give the appearance of being quilted or padded, but bedspreads are larger and drape nearly to the floor.
Matelassé vs. Quilt: What is the difference?
Quilts are a type of bedding made with two pieces of fabric stitched around a layer of batting for warmth, while matelassé is a single-ply fabric that is stitched or woven to give the appearance of being quilted, but features no actual padding.