One note breaks the silence; soon another follows, colouring the space. Rêverie, new collection by Society Limonta, is an ode to bold and intense nuances, kaleidoscopic prints and stylistic research on textiles.

The new collection of home linens is inspired by the French word “rêverie”, which literally means “daydream”, as dreamy and vibrant are the sensations it evokes. At the same time, the name subtly refers to the opera by the same name by Claude Debussy, who stayed at Villa Medici, the Renaissance palace chosen as background for the shoot of the new collection.

An architectural complex that is currently home to the French Academy in Rome, the historic rooms of Villa Medici have recently been redecorated in collaboration with the polychromatic architect and designer India Mahdavi, who selected Society Limonta’s textiles for the bedrooms and bathrooms.


The novelties for the bed are CUPO, a double cloth cotton available in seasonal colours and in Fumo, is named after the fil coupé technique which creates a small fringe on the sheet.
The finishing is created before the sheet is garment-dyed. Also new for this season, OVER a duvet covers and pillowcases in soft percale garment-dyed cotton, feature a contrasting stitching, which highlights the bold colours combinations.


Innovative textiles for the bathrooms become part of the new collection: NINHO
towels, in waffle weave cotton with an impressive fringe, are soft and absorbent and adds a textured touch to the most intimate room of the house. New seasonal hues paint the iconic bathmats PLISS and MOLTO, as well as the new ones GREQ, in cotton jacquard and DOUX in soft bouclé cotton.

Villa Medici and India Mahdavi choose Society Limonta

Society Limonta’s iconic textiles are chosen by India Mahdavi to redecorate the historic rooms of Villa Medici, home to the French Academy in Rome.