Down for the Count: Au Lit Fine Linens Will Give You Sweet Dreams

Au Lit Fine Linens

What It Is: Au Lit Fine Linens is a Canadian brand HQ’d in Montreal with over 35 years of history in providing sumptuous sheets, woven in Europe and sewn right here in Canada. For Canada’s 150th birthday, they’ve released a limited edition set of Canada 150 sheets, made from Egyptian cotton. Monogrammed with a subtle white maple leaf detail, these luxurious sheets are a truly Canadian gift you’ll treasure for years.

Who It’s For: The newlyweds, as a perfect commemorative gift of the year they got hitched. Your kid, as a great housewarming pick. Your spouse, as an ideal anniversary gift for year two, the cotton gift.

What It Costs: Specially priced at $150+ depending on the size, these sheets are a great intro to this high end brand.

Where It’s At: Nab ’em here or visit the Au Lit Fine Linens shop!

Get an extra entry into this month’s big Drake General Store giveaway. Visit the Au Lit site and tell me what products you’re most keen on adding to your wish (or gifting) lists!

33 Responses to “Down for the Count: Au Lit Fine Linens Will Give You Sweet Dreams”
  1. aketch says:

    The goose down duvet looks really comfy!

  2. Tom D. says:


  3. redlizzy1 says:

    I love AU LIT, although most are probably out of my price range. These limited edition sheets looks lovely though. I also love this:

  4. Heather Swanson says:

    I like the Heather grey jersey robe

  5. intensev5 says:


  6. Chanel says:

    I love how luxurious and soft this throw looks: and best of all, it is faux!

  7. Aimee says:

    Their towels look really nice I am a subscriber

  8. Lindsey says:

    Love the maple leaf! I also like the large waffle taupe blanket.

  9. Joan G. says:

    I’m looking at the Ramiro Sand sheets for my new king bed.

  10. Anne Derkat says:

    I’d like the towels for my grandson who is just getting ready to leave home.

  11. Mary Danieli says:

    Those Canada 150 sheets are lovely as are the customed monogrammed sheets. My mother monogrammed her own linens for her trousseau in the 1950s – I still have the pilow cases which are thicker than any commercial bedsheet I have ever seen.

  12. Wanda B says:

    For an extra entry … I’d love to add the Swiss Dot Cap Sleeve Nightgown to my wish list:

  13. cookie3 says:

    I’d like the maple leaf monogram cushion.

  14. mcmc says:

    THE Canada 150 sheets are the ones I would like to get

  15. Susan says:

    I like the Chloe Embroidery collection (as well as many more)!

  16. Linda says:

    I especially like the Canada 150 sheets with the maple leaf motif and the chloe embroidered sheets.

  17. The Canada 150 sheets for my daughter please

  18. Sherry Kinnear says:

    I would like the Pallermo Nightshirt for me.

  19. Alison K says:

    Bonus Drake General Store Entry : I’m most keen on adding to my wish their Donna Shadow Pyjama Pant – looks so soft and comfy

  20. AliKira says:

    Oh gosh the travel gift set would be awesome!

  21. Filipa Santos says:

    i am most keen on the limited edition CANADA 150 MONOGRAMMED SHEET SET:

  22. Judy says:

    I would add the Abyss twill towels bluestone to my wish list.

  23. bkick1 says:

    The travel gift set is the perfect gift to give or receive.

  24. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    I would love the DONNA BLACK PYJAMA PANT

  25. Lauren says:

    I love the Canada 150 sheets

  26. Kayla says:

    I would love several of their Au Lit towels in white.

  27. Kim K says:

    I like the TIMOTHY NAVY bedding

  28. katydidit21 says:

    I would love a set of linen sheets. The Lavato Linen White sheets are beautiful. I also really like the Lavato Devon Seaglass Coverlet.

  29. CL Chin says:

    i want the 100% cezanne bamboo fitted sheets!

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