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Amity Home will introduce quilts, custom silk and linen curtains, duvets and sheeting.

Ann Gish features a decorative pillow collection of appliques on silk in neutral tones and geometric designs.

 Barclay Butera Home is introducing 20 new fabrics for decorative pillows, including JavaMedallion.

Celeste is a Bella Notte low impact, sustainable fabric collection for bedding, a blend of hemp and silk with a vintage European flair, mated to Euro shams, coverlet and dust ruffle in Diamond Jacquard, a blend of hemp and organic cotton.

 Kayla, a duvet set from Blissliving, is a natural colored gingko leaf embroidery on a natural ground with a linen sham.

 Casual circular stitching highlights Nirvana, an eclectic ensemble from Company C.

 All cotton, hand woven striped blankets are made in Swaziland by a women-owned business with low impact dyes and hand dyed through Creative Women.

Cuddledown features a 900-fill power cotton/cashmere blend comforter in limited editions with European white goose down in three warmth levels.

Dwell Studio features Thicket, an understated Egyptian cotton sateen print in gray and lemon, as a new bed.

A scalloped hem highlights Jacobean Lily from Greenland Home Fashions’ San Marino Collection, in a mix of neutrals and sage in a reversible paisley and floral print combination.

The Daisy Silhouette table linens collection from Intrepid International Trading features embroidered daisy silhouettes on a polyester/linen blend.

Woodstock from Merida Meridian is a new generation of woven paper floor coverings mixed with wool in colorful patterns and textural interest.

Harvester from Ogallala, an unbleached, chemical-free 312-count cotton comforter, is edged with cotton cambric piping and stitched with a simple box design. It’s filled with Hypodown, a blend of Hungarian goose down and Syriaca clusters from the milkweed plant.

The Speckled Rock Fish Hawk pillow from Peking Handicraft is one of a new collection of decorative pillows.

The Ming Collection from SDH highlights Ming, a floral, and Kara, a geometric in bed coverings made from 500-count Egyptian cotton, Italian-woven jacquards.

Floral Kiss, a new printed percale sheet, is an addition to the 1891 by Sferra collection of bedding.

The Fern and the Butterfly pillow collection from Siw Thai Silk features the company’s hand painted batik designs on silk.

Tabula Tua introduces small, machine washable and dryable scatter rugs designed and manufactured in France by Serge Lesage.
Textillery Weavers features a new, plush plaid throw with a blue wash of rayon chenille.
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