Of Course Patricia Altschul's Favorite Sheets Cost $3,000

Of Course Patricia Altschul's Favorite Sheets Cost $3,000

The Southern Charm grande dame opens up about her famously fabulous life. 

By Patricia Cunningham
Patricia Altschul

Southern Charm’s Patricia Altschul leads a legendarily refined lifestyle from her home base in Charleston, South Carolina. There’s the grand, 10-bedroom antebellum landmark she resides in that was famously decorated by Mario Buatta, the so-called Prince of Chinz. There's her ever-trusty butler Michael, who is always at the ready with his signature martini, delivered on an antique silver tray, of course. Then there are the formal meals set in the finest china. 

And now Patricia is spilling the tea on the rest of her everyday luxuries in a faaaascinating, in-depth article in Town & Country magazine, and count us obsessed! Case in point, Patricia doesn’t just sleep on any sheets. Her bed linens are exclusively D. Porthault, the French luxury linen-maker that has been in business since 1920 and has catered to the likes of Coco Chanel and Jacqueline Kennedy. Patricia’s daily breakfast, which she is served in bed, must feel pretty good on those sheets (she prefers the Tulipe Perroquet print, by the way). 

As for her bathroom, D. Porthault also supplies her towels — in Bouquet Éclateé. Yet, all that luxury comes at a cost  — a steep one — just one bath towel from D. Porthault will set you back by about $345, and the sheet set, well, that’s going to cost $2,750. We're sure they’re worth every penny! 

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