White House to grow luxury lines in U.S.
March 30, 2001,
LONDON -The White House will expand its luxury bed and bath line this market, some additions being shown in the United States for the first time.
The coordinating Maestro bedding uses the diamond shape on high-thread-count bed linens. A queen sheet will retail for approximately $350, a queen duvet for $495 and a standard sham for $70.
In The White House bedding collection, the Three Row Hemstitch Linen bedding line will be shown in the U.S. for the first time, having debuted at the Maison d'Objet show. On a ground of pristine white, the linens are finished with three rows of traditional hemstitching, offered in three colors: white, hyacinth blue or charcoal gray. A queen sheet will retail for about $495.
The Morse and Manhattan bed collections also debuted in Paris and will be seen here. Morse uses simple embroidered dashes and dots for a minimalist look, and is available in cotton percale pillowcases, sheets and duvet covers, as well as wool mix boucle bedspreads and Euro squares. A queen sheet will retail for $295.
Manhattan is reminiscent of English shirting fabric, in either classic blue chambray partnered with marine or steel with charcoal. A modern look, the line is available in duvet covers, sheets and pillowcases. A queen sheet will retail for $240.
The Three Row Hemstitch Linen, Morse and Manhattan bed linens all coordinate with one another.
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