For more than 30 years, The Natori Company made its mark in the lingerie industry. Not content with apparel, when the opportunity to create home products arose, the company began a new endeavor. The Natori Company, known for its vivacious designs and intricate embroidery used those forms to create a home pleasing to the body and soul.
Using silk, bamboo, and the finest cotton as fabrics; and their trademark embroidery, the Natori Company has created several bedding collections that give the home the feel of luxury.
Using a hand-printed texture seen in Indonesia as inspiration, Josie Natori has blended colors khaki brown, fern green, black and natural to create a design most pleasing to the eye.
The Dynasty collection mixes dark chocolate and royal red with dragon embroidery in a reinterpretation of the Chinese Chippendale style. The Natori Company seeks to create an environment of opulence and pleasure.
The Harmoni collection is a delicate blend of flora and fauna on silk. In light colors, the embroidery and the silk give any bedroom a touch of class. The origami fabrication completes this ensemble.
- Imperial Palace
Silk and cotton in a purple so dark it could be thought of as black jade and touches of lilac gives off the air of royalty. The design evokes China’s Forbidden City of the past. This collection is one its users will cherish for years to come.
Black and parchment with an abaca ikat design are brought together to make the Mindanao collection one of a kind. Carnelian accents with an abaca ikat texture and thick cotton tassels give this bedding an undeniable allure.
Using a quilting that mimics ikat weave, the Palawan bedding collection elicits feelings of peaceful charm. Using the colors of sun bleached shell, stone, white sand and turquoise creates a room reminiscent of beaches and a calm sea.
- Potala Palace
A design of a Himalayan cloud pattern and velvet has constructed an ensemble that reminds one of the rich palace where this collection gets its name. Gold and a deep teal produce a backdrop of wealth and warmth.
- Snow Lion
The Tibetan national emblem, the snow lion, is the inspiration behind the design for this collection. The Natori Company used saffron, curry, and olive to help make this bedding something special. The silk dupioni appliqué adds to the collection, bringing together an irresistible delight.
- Snow Leopard
The Snow leopard bedding collection has a tranquility that just transcends understanding. Silk, cotton and baby leopard spots in a jacquard weave brought together to enrich anyone’s home.
Featured in the magazine Architectural Digest, the Sumatra bedding collection uses linen and embroidery to produce an intricate design that will dazzle the senses. Using magenta and white as the main colors, one can see why the Sumatra was chosen for display in the magazine.
With flowers as part of the design, the Tangka collection uses the Tibetan plateau as motivation to create geometric patchwork. The cotton and linen together finishes this bright, inspiring bedding.
- Topkapi Palace
Using bamboo as a texture, the Topkapi collection brings together the mystical East with the extravagant West. The colors cerise and cinnabar with touches of plum and pearl will leave anyone with the feeling of living in the lap of luxury.
With yellow as one of the primary colors, this collection also uses Persian red, blue and green to round out this bedding. The cloth has three techniques that make it unique: embroidery, appliqué, and quilted. The Uzbek women are behind this design and it is something the Natori Company wanted to replicate in order to honor these women.