Pine Cone Hill
Watercolor Flowers Bedding
Pine Cone Hill Mod Pintuck European Sham 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.
Dransfield & Ross House
Dransfield & Ross House Queen Ribbon Duvet Cover, 92" x 96"
Sherry Kline Home Collection
Dian Austin Couture Home Faux Fur Throw, 48" x 72" DetailsFaux fur throw is acrylic with a polyester taffeta lining. Handmade in the USA of imported materials. 48" x 72".Designer About Dian Austin Couture Home: Taking inspiration from fashion's most famous houses of haute couture, the Dian Austin Couture Home collection features luxurious bed linens and window treatments with a high level of attention to detail. Acclaimed home designer Dian Austin introduced the collection in ...
Pine Cone Hill
Boyfriend Matelasse Bedding & Parama 200TC Sheets
Pine Cone Hill King 200TC Sheet Set Details 200-thread-count cotton. Print is based on an Italian watercolor. Set includes flat and fitted sheets and two king pillowcases. Additional standard pillowcases sold separately. 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 ...
Special Value: $244.90
Two-Line Embroidered No-Iron 200TC Percale Sheet Set
Matouk Twin 200TC Sheet Set 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 ...