Best Traditional Bedding 2010

Best Traditional Bedding 2010

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Maxwell Ryan
Jan 28, 2010
Here's a new list for you: Best Traditional Bedding Sources. Since traditional is really swinging back into style and there's a real grey area between the two, I thought I'd split them and make two lists. Monday, I gave you Best Modern. Today Best Traditional. Got your own best suggestion? Comment below so we can all see it. >> Brocade Home - A unique source for bedding in the "anthropologie meets mod" direction, Brocade is only quilts, duvets, pillows and shams. --- >> John Robshaw - Nothing like it. Hand blocked bedding from Southeast Asia. --- >> Matouk - I love these guys for traditional. Really high quality US manufacture that has been around for ages, but is very quiet. --- >> William Sonoma Home - Big and bold trad, with simple designs and lots of monograms. --- >> 1891 by Sferra - This is a fairly new, more affordable line from this fancy design house, which pumps the color and pattern way up. --- >> Garnett Hill - More in the traditional country direction, but good standard bedding with a wide array of colors and great sales. --- >> Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic - What can we say? It's the classic Shabby Chic look back and stronger than ever! --- >> Belgian Huis - Trad but Scandinavian, head here for fine imported bed linens. --- >> The Company Store - We go here for flannel! --- >> Restoration Hardware - Hotel Style bedding with new bumped up quality Egyptian cotton and Italian manufacture. --- >> Frette - Really nice, classic Italian style but VERY expensive.
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