Navy & Lilac Floral Bedding
SFERRA King 200TC Satin-Stitched Flat Sheet Details Crisp white, 200-thread-count, Italian-spun Egyptian cotton percale. Embroidered with two lines of satin stitching. 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 ...
Pine Cone Hill
Pine Cone Hill Queen Parama Duvet Cover, 86" x 86" Details Print is based on an Italian watercolor. 200-thread-count cotton. Machine wash. Imported. 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 ...
Twin Embroidered Percale Duvet Cover
Matouk Twin Embroidered Percale Duvet Cover Details Made of 350-thread-count cotton. Machine wash. Made in the USA of imported materials. 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 ...
Dream Catcher Bedding & 400TC Helix Sheets
Legacy Home Twin Dream Catcher Floral Duvet Cover, 68" x 86" Details Linen. Dry clean. Made in the USA of imported fabric.
Garden Gate Bedding
Legacy Home Garden Gate Floral European Sham Details Sham made of linen/rayon. Dry clean. Zipper closure. 26" x 26". Made in the USA.
Navy Graphics Bedding
SFERRA New Resort European Sham Details Sham made of 200-thread-count Egyptian cotton percale. Machine wash. 26" x 26" 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 ...