Ivory Machine Wash Cover

Annie Selke Luxe

Sophia Bedding

$150.00
Annie Selke Luxe King Sophia Sham Details Egyptian-cotton sateen with scrolling floral design. 500-thread-count. 3" flange; mitered corners. Machine wash. Made in Italy.
Pine Cone Hill

"Petite Trellis" Box Spring Covers

$344.00
Pine Cone Hill King Box Spring Cover, 78" x 80" w/ 12" pocket 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.
Legacy Home

King Ivory Dakota Dust Skirt

$590.00
Legacy Home King Ivory Dakota Dust Skirt Details Ivory cotton/polyester. 18" drop. Machine wash. Made in the USA.
Matouk

Savannah Tablecloths, Placemats, & Napkins

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$219.00
SPECIAL VALUE:
$185.90
Matouk 108" Round Cloth Details Diamond-pique textured tablecloth. Finished with a tonal scalloped edge. Machine wash. Sewn in the USA of easy-care cotton/polyester.
Sweet Dreams

Versailles Bedding & 350TC Versailles Sheets

$215.00
Matouk Standard 350TC Sham Details EXCLUSIVELY OURS. 350-thread-count ivory cotton with bronze embroidery. May be monogrammed if desired. Machine wash. Made in the USA of imported fabric. Orders for monogrammed items cannot be canceled, and monogrammed items cannot be returned. The monogram preview feature displays fabric color (not pattern), thread color, monogram style, and selected initials.Designer About Matouk: The son of a jeweler, John Matouk understood the principles of fine ...
SFERRA

Medallion Jacquard Bedding & 590TC Classic Sateen Sheets

$123.00
SFERRA Medallion Boudoir Sham, 12" x 16" Details From Sferra. Hemstitch detailing finishes the generous flanged hem. Made of Egyptian cotton. Select color when ordering. Machine wash. 12" x 16". 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 ...