Society Limonta is the Italian brand revolutionising household linen with a 'design' twist. Created in 2000 it is part of the Limonta Group, a historic textile company based in Costa Masnaga (in northern Italy) and founded at the end of the 19th century that is still a benchmark for textile innovation in the clothing and furnishing sectors.
home dressing passion
Society Limonta dresses up your home with passion and care, creating infinite combinations of materials and colours for the bedroom, the dining table and the bathroom. Just like in the world of fashion, the collections are updated with the change in seasons, because the home is an extension of your personality and requires a versatile style that adapts to your ideal environment. Matching sets are a thing of the past and we prefer to dress the home in natural and refined fabrics. Luxury is about creating a product that transmits quality and emotions that appeal to the senses. For Society Limonta luxury is something unconventional, substantial, but always understated, informal and gentle.
Our philosophy, our materials and our collections
Society Limonta's philosophy is extremely simple: never rest on your laurels. An exclusive fabric or yarn, a colour that has never been attempted before, these should never be arrival points but rather stages on a journey made up of research and experimentation. The desire to find ever-changing ways of interpreting the material manifests through the selection of complex and refined processes such as garment dyeing, which makes every creation unique.
The research: how Society Limonta product is born
For Society Limonta 'research' means looking forward without forgetting to look back. This approach allows us to rediscover traditional, artisanal processes but develop them in a contemporary manner. We start from the material in its natural form, but before that, from its unique ancestral heritage. Limonta Group's textile archives are among the largest and most important in Italy and home to at least 15,000 jacquard designs produced from the end of the 20th century to the present day, as well as over 100,000 fabric print designs.
Made in Italy
In a world in which the delocalisation of production processes is inevitable, Society Limonta is unique in that it is part of a supply chain that is not just Made in Italy but actually 'Made in Limonta'. The Limonta Group was created in 1893 in Costa Masnaga, near Lecco, in one of the main Italian textile regions. During its over 100 years in business the company became one of the most prestigious Italian textile companies. Its own particular story began at the start of the 20th century with the production of gobelins, matelassé quilts, jacquard fabrics and velvets. Over time the Limonta Group developed such solid expertise in the sector that it became a benchmark for many major clothing and furnishing brands. The Group is also a thriving centre of textile research. Through relationships with universities such as the Politecnico di Milano it maintains a direct link with the new design generation, while its internal supply chain provides continuity for increasingly rare crafts and skills such as warping, knotting and weaving. This deep-rooted her.itage nourishes Society Limonta's research, which is continuously enriched by skills and experience.Limonta has succeeded in the difficult yet fundamental undertaking of preserving the soul of craftsmanship in an industrial body and has created an industrial group operating in the fields of weaving, textile ennoblement, coating, and resin coating that shares the same aim for innovation and creativity as Society. Limonta 1893
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how a product is born
From the verb to weave
The path from 'theory to practice' means working with our looms. The actual creation of a textile requires the selection of the finest yarns and research into styles, material and workmanship.
Down to the smallest detail: garment dyeing
The final step in the creative process is the garment dyeing. Choosing such a refined procedure is merely the last step in a process that pays attention to every last detail. Garment dyeing has the particular feature of enabling the creation of absolutely unique products in terms of nuances of colour.
Society Limonta has focused on environmental concerns in its production for years. Our collections are made using electricity generated through photovoltaic panels and in order to reduce our energy consumption our heating requirements are satisfied by high-efficiency energy recovery systems that guarantee yields of close to 100%.
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