The collections of the West Flemish luxury fabric manufacturer Verilin are characterised by beautiful jacquard fabrics. Thanks to a new software system, you can customise the design, colour, finish and size yourself, entirely in line with your wishes.
The exclusive look of linen is enhanced by the addition of noble materials such as cotton, silk, mohair and cashmere. This results in fabrics with an extremely luxurious look & feel, which still have the ease of use of cotton: everything can be washed at 60° in the washing machine without any problem.
Through the combination of 60 years of experience, craftsmanship, innovation and the search for new creative challenges, Verilin, which still based in Kortrijk, has grown into one of the world's leading manufacturers of luxury linen products.
Buying a mattress, bed, pillow or bedlinen is more than just a decision, it is an experience. And we can help you every step of the way. After all, we know better than anyone what you need for an optimal night's sleep. We are happy to advise you! Visit our store in Kortrijk where our Nachtwacht team is ready to answer all your questions!
The story of Verilin began in 1956, in South-West Flanders. At a time when the flax industry was flourishing, Etienne Vercruysse founded Verilin. In the 1980s, daughter Laurianne took over the company and today, granddaughters Ilse and Anne-Sophie strive for the very best quality in line with the company's traditions.
Every season, Verilin succeeds in pushing boundaries with a product that has been anchored in Flemish culture for centuries. To this end, it collaborates with big names both in Belgium and abroad. Verilin's craftsmanship and drive for innovation has earned the brand’s creations international recognition.
Verilin has also profiled itself as a supplier of high-quality made-to-measure products. Thanks to the combination of high-tech machinery and the know-how of the artisans in the workshop, they can make your dream bedding a reality. In order to guarantee top-notch quality levels from weaving to finishing, the production process still takes place on site under the company’s own management.