For example, this Satin-Stitch Hotel Bedding (pictured left, $14-$349), includes 210-thread-count pieces with embroidered color on a white background, and the "easy-care finish makes it all crease-resistant."reversible down mattress pad ($139-$229): "Presenting a mattress pad that has two responsibilities: to insulate and pamper; Smooth cotton cambric shell is filled with hypoallergenic European white goose down." Ahh.
Feels like, especially in the Lincoln Park shopping mecca on North Ave. and Clybourn, Pottery Barn and Crate & Barrel really bypass Restoration Hardware in popularity for furniture and other items. We've never purchased anything from RH, but are curious to hear what you all have to suggest. Any reviews?