Milli Home Expands Bedding & Kitchen

Milli Home By Marsha Cutler has expanded its bedding and kitchen textiles and started doing placemats made from outdoor-grade nylons.

The company is doing a lot more mix and match looks, particularly in bedding and kitchen, which offers reversible placemats of various shapes, oven mitts and pot holders.

In bedding, Milli Home rolled out three collections — St. Barts, Bel Air and Tribeca — and a freestanding provincial French quilt in blue and white reversing to a stripe. St. Barts comes in two color stories featuring oversized graphic flowers in fresh palettes of turquoise, iris blue and lime or firey red, peony pink and yellow with embroidered outlines. Stripes and abstract prints tie the group together.

The Bel Air collection offers a softer palette that is more neutral and not as intense. A solid color quilt in six colors can also be layered in or a floral vine comforter with scalloped edges. Tribeca features a contemporary variegated pintuck look as a comforter or duvet that comes in six subdued colors.

In dec pillows, Milli Home introduced four collections – Barcelona, Tranquility, Black & White and Bal Harbor.

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