Dena Home Embroidered Paisley/Floral Pillow, 14"Sq. Details Made of cotton. Paisley/floral embroidery. Polyester fill. Machine wash. Imported.
Dian Austin Couture Home
Modern Maiden Bedding
Dian Austin Couture Home Modern Maiden King Skirted Coverlet, 76" x 80" with 30" Drop Details Floral jacquard top; attached silk skirt with 30" drop. Silk/polyester/viscose with cotton/polyester backing. Dry clean. Made in the USA of imported fabrics. 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 ...
Austin Horn Classics
Austin Horn Classics Queen Striped Dust Skirt
Morning Dove Bedding
Dena Home Full White Ruffle Dust Skirt
Westpoint Stevens King 3-Piece Reversible Comforter Set Details Set includes 108" x 96" comforter and two king shams. Made of cotton with polyester fill. Machine wash. Imported.
Leopard Trail Bedding
European Leopard Trail Sham Details European sham. Made of cotton sateen. Machine wash. Side ties. 26" x 26". Imported.
Austin Horn Classics
Austin Horn Classics Queen Diamond-Stitch Dust Skirt Details Diamond-stitched polyester faux silk. 17" drop. Dry clean. Made in the USA of imported fabric.
Charlottenberg Blue Bedding
Designers Guild Ombre Throw, 63" x 79"
Sherry Kline Home Collection
Sherry Kline Home Collection Queen Monterey Floral 3-Piece Set Details Linen/viscose set includes 92" x 96" hand-quilted comforter and two ruffled shams. Shams reverse to same; comforter has cotton back. Dry clean. Made in the USA.
Dena Home Full Retreat Ikat Dust Skirt Details 200-thread-count cotton. 15" drop. Machine wash. Imported.
Pacific Coast Home Furnishings
SFERRA Faux Bois Velvet Accent Pillow, 18"Sq. Details Pillow. Made of acrylic/cotton/viscose; feather/down insert. Dry clean. Hidden zipper; fringe. Select color when ordering. 18" Sq. Imported. 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 ...