Natori offers rich selection
August 7, 2007,
At Market – Five new beds, a new solid color Natori Crest sheeting collection, and expansion of the coverlet collection highlight the Natori spring/summer 2008 introductions.
Artisan reflects the various techniques of artisan weaving in layered shades of natural, unbleached colors. The Natori bamboo/wool bed shawl is inspired by an Irish tweed pattern.
Lotus, inspired by a Chinese embroidered panel from Natori’s archives, features the leaves and buds embroidered in bright pastel silky yarn on a dramatically contrasting ground of linen and cotton. Square pillow shams and decorative pillows repeat the embroidered motifs of the bed cover.
The new Natori Crest solid color sheet collection is a self-toned woven jacquard design of the Natori family crest on 400 thread count cotton The collection comes in 10 soft colors and is available in sheets that have self-colored, double corded hems, pillow cases, European square pillow shams, and button closed comforter/duvet covers, which all reverse to white.
Two new designs for coverlets join two from the fall 2007 collection: Flower Cascade, a reproduction of a Japanese kimono design, embroidered in soft colors on pearl NatoriBamboo blend; and Tree of Life, inspired by a traditional Indian palimpore, trapunto-quilted on cotton.
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