Pillows, Pads, Blankets & Throws

Zambaiti presents the Victoria blanket, made of lambswool and finished with a jacquard woven ribbon. It is available in eight colors and twin, full, queen, and king sizes.

Zambaiti
THRO

Adding a touch of sequins to the Birds collection from THRO turns a delicate design into a glamorous throw. It's black, and is 100% polyester micro-plush.

Textrade International takes a classic approach with its new Square Quilt. Made of 400-count cotton sateen.

Textrade International
Downlite

PrimaLoft and its bedding licensee Downlite announce the introduction of several utility bedding products, shown here.

The Goldstruck blanket from Stellar Alliance/IBENA is made of 80% cotton and 10% polyester, and comes in throw sizes made to fit twin, full, queen and king beds.

Stellar Alliance/IBENA
Kennebunk Home

Kennebunk Home heads to the great outdoors with the introduction of Cabana. This domestically knit throw is engineered for durability with anti-microbial and mildew resistant qualities in three attractive colors.

Saro's Plush Design collection features natural colors and includes a 50-by-60-inch throw.

Saro
Blue Ridge Home Fashions

Blue Ridge Home Fashions introduces the Tencel down alternative comforter filled with the premium downlike Duraloft polyester fiber, made from renewable eucalyptus through an eco-friendly process.

Protect-A-Bed showcases the waterproof luxury mattress protector this market. Merging Tencel with Protect-ABed's Miracle Membrane, the result is a smoother, cleaner and drier sleeping surface.

Protect-A-Bed

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