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In 1847, Alexandre Turpault founded his textile company in Cholet, France. Several decades later, the brand that bears his name still perpetuates the tradition of his know-how and gives birth to high-end products, as aesthetic as comfortable.
Made in Europe, our linens are made in the textile industry of today. We support the development of this know-how with a lot of heart in our own workshop. Located in the Hauts-de-France region, it is a testimony to the strength of this region historically attached to the textile industry. Preserving know-how, safeguarding jobs, protecting the local economy: this ecosystem is our way of campaigning for ever more French manufacturing.
As such, many of our products are now manufactured in France and have been awarded the Origine France Garantie certification. Proof, once again, of our commitment to more blue white and red!
THE KNOW-HOW OF HIGH-END BED LINEN
Our workshop has always united men and women around common values defined by its founder in 1847: quality, authenticity, innovation and comfort. Alexandre Turpault offers collections of luxury bed linens in linen, cotton sateen or cotton percale (complete bed sets with comforter cover, pillowcases, bed sheet, fitted sheet and bolster), bathroom linens in organically grown cotton, luxury linen table linens as well as a range of accessories in noble materials. Selected compositions designed to perfect your bed and your bedroom.
Decorative and elegant, Alexandre Turpault linens are a promise of comfort and aestheticism. Beautiful products designed with refinement and subtle finishes.
A VIRTUOUS AND ECORESPONSABLE BRAND
Having the future of our planet at heart, we attach great importance to making our products sensitive and virtuous. We choose ecological materials (linen, organic cotton), plastic-free packaging, and French manufacturing for the most part: we make decisions for our brand that are also impactful for the environment. In this way, we intend to preserve our resources while offering the best to our customers.
In 2022, Les Ateliers Vanderschooten completed a major modernization project to accelerate the company’s digitization and modernization.
Supported by the Hauts-de-France region, the project «Relocation in France of industrial activities in the manufacture of household linen» is
co-financed by the European Union with the European Regional Development Fund.
Financing as part of the Union's response to the Covid-19 pandemic