Pine Cone Hill
Pine Cone Hill Ilsa Paisley Coverlet, 96"Sq. Designer About Pine Cone Hill: Pine Cone Hill, designed by Annie Selke, is a collection of bed linens with Selke's signature charming prints and patterns. The designer began making her Pine Cone Hill linens with a sewing machine on her dining room table. Today, the collection has fans across the country who love the line's easy sophistication.
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Eliza Lace Bedding
Eliza Lace European Sham
Trina Turk Standard Quilted Sham Designer About Trina Turk: California native Trina Turk (who learned to sew at age 11) designed for contemporary and sportswear lines before debuting her own label in 1995. Her collection is inspired by L.A.'s architecture and multicultural heritage along with the desert's poolside lifestyle, which led to a swimwear line featuring fun prints and flattering shapes.
Sweet Dreams Neckroll Pillow w/ Beaded Center, 8" x 23"
Sweet Dreams Silk Pillow with Rows of Beads & Gimp, 12"Sq. Designer About Sweet Dreams: In 1986, Denise Sansing launched Sweet Dreams, a collection of intricately designed and elegant bedding and accessories. Sansing, whose design studio is located in Texas, focuses on heirloom-quality linens, drawing inspiration for her Sweet Dreams line from antique European textiles.
Scallops Bedding & 350TC Sheets
Matouk Queen Flat Sheet Designer About Matouk: The son of a jeweler, John Matouk understood the principles of fine workmanship and quality materials. After studying fine fabrics in Italy, he founded Matouk in 1929 as a source for fine bed and bath linens. Today, the third generation of the Matouk family guides the company, whose headquarters were relocated to the United States from Europe during World War II. Matouk linens are prized worldwide for their ...
Embroidered Percale Bedding & 406TC Sheets
SFERRA European Embroidered Percale Sham Details Embroidered Egyptian cotton. Machine wash. Made in Italy. Designer About Sferra: The story of Sferra begins at the turn of the 19th century, when Gennaro Sferra left Italy for the United States in the hopes of finding a market among the Atlantic Coast for his intricate Venetian lace cuffs and collars. By 1912, he and his family had opened up shop on famed Fifth Avenue in New York City. ...