SFERRA Striped Bedding

$200.00

Special Value:  $139.00

SFERRA

"Grant" Blankets

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$200.00
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$139.00
SFERRA Full/Queen Blanket, 100" x 100" Details Blanket woven in stripes for a classic look. Made of cotton. Machine wash cold. 100" x 100". 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 had ...
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Marcus Collection 400TC Striped Sheet Sets

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$275.00
SPECIAL VALUE:
$199.90
SFERRA Twin 400TC Striped Sheet Set

$740.00

Special Value:  $369.90

French Laundry Home

Indigo Sea Bedding

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$740.00
SPECIAL VALUE:
$369.90
French Laundry Home Queen Patchwork Coverlet, 96" x 98" Designer About French Laundry Home: French Laundry Home, introduced by designer Debbie Jones in 2007, is a collection of bedding, tabletop linens, tabletop accessories, and furniture that is evocative of vintage French textiles and furnishings. Every item in the collection is crafted in the United States by local artisans and craftsmen in North Carolina.
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Medallion Jacquard Bedding & 590TC Classic Sateen Sheets

$175.00
Dransfield & Ross Velvet-Stripe European Sham Designer About Dransfield & Ross: Distinctively idiosyncratic with a couture edge, Dransfield & Ross home furnishings have an unmistakable style that stems from the creators' backgrounds in fashion and high-end textile design. For 16 years, John Dransfield and Geoffrey Ross have developed an ever-evolving collection that they recently expanded to include furniture and decorative accessories for home, desk, and bath. They are based in New York City.
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600-Thread-Count Pima Stripe Sheet Sets

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$284.00
SPECIAL VALUE:
$227.90
SFERRA Queen 600TC Sheet Set 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. A generation later, Gennaro's two sons expanded their family's ...