Personalisation has been introduced to the Carlotta + Gee story. Whether you choose to add classic initials, a name or a nickname, Carlotta + Gee’s local artisans will embroider the 100% French quality linen range with your own stamp – like a little badge of your own personality. The celebrity-loved brand, started by two friends, Georgina Cavanagh and Carlotta Casals in 2018, is used by Matt Damon, Chris Hemsworth, and Sam and Snezana Wood that, and has seen a huge spike in sales in the past year.
It’s the place to get any and every piece of its soft, sustainable French linens monogrammed – table napkins, pillowcases, dressing gowns, pajamas, aprons, bags – you name it, they’ll monogram it. Once you’ve found the perfect piece, simply click ‘Personalisation’ and start getting creative.
Once reserved for the upper classes, these monogrammed lines are the season’s most sought-after accessory.
“It’s really fun taking our pieces and making them your own,” says Cavanagh. “It’s in keeping with people’s interest today in individualising everything. It’s like a little badge of your personality.”
Carlotta + Gee was founded by the Sydney friends Georgie Cavanagh and Carlotta Casals in 2018, but the French eco-friendly and sustainable bedding range has become more and more popular over the past year, as we have increasingly enjoyed decorating our homes.
“It’s these creature comforts such as pure linen sheeting or hotel luxury items that people are wanting to bring into their home,” says Cavanagh.
One of the best for upmarket French table linen, duvet covers, sheeting, and pillowcases, used by Hollywood actors, Matt Damon, Chris Hemsworth, as well as Ash and Jess Hart in their homes throughout the world plus names like Sam and Snez Wood, James Tobin, and Edwina Bartholomew.
No chemicals are used.
It is also used at some of Australia’s most stylish properties such as Captains Rest, The Black Ace, UmiBoomerang, Foys Folly, The Little Black Shack and Injidup retreat + Spa, and Orpheus Island.
The new Monogramming service is a practical, refined move that can elevate your linen.
We love the small fonts done in a modern and unexpected way that add interest to the simple, quality linen items.
You can have the letters embroidered off to the side of your napkins or centred on pillowcases to create an enduring symbol of luxury. We recommended not making your initials or name too big. Go for the understated look, when putting your own stamp on linens.
We love the idea of keeping your initials or name discreet and tasteful. Use the small embroidered lettering—perhaps in a tone close to your linen napkins or pillowcase.
Moderation is key. Sometimes you want to be restrained. It’s a chic nod that is in line with the brand – the monogramming is never anything that’s overdone. Monograms are available in five colours, and a choice of two fonts, (cursive or Times) which can be stitched onto napkins or pillowcases, and a range of pieces.