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Ethnic chic in bold tribal ikat patterns was the dominant trend in the world of patterns from far, far away. Tie-dyed patterns were also very beautiful and although once a "hippy" and Donavan trademark, now appears sophisticated and mainstream.

Ethnic chic
trademark, now appears

Modern Times
Chevrons, geometrics, medallions, bold stripes, dots and plaids. These patterns are making us feel oh-so modern, revitalized, and infused with new oxygen.

bold stripes,

Royal Lux
The Downton Abbey and Chateaux extravagances that have been way out of reach for many are for sale at almost affordable pricing. This is not the streamline Hotel Collection offered at every store with a linen department. This is designed for those that think more is more.

The Downton
Hotel Collection

Gardener's Glory
Giant watercolor flowers and pansies - super sized. Gigantic flower designs with watery brushstroke painted styles. Very feminine and romantic.

Giant watercolor
igantic fl ower design

Safari Watch
Zebra skin was spotted on all products and was the animal to look for. Lions and elephants were also in the pack. Skin looks won't go away in home or apparel.

Zebra skin
elephants were also
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