Sferra influenced by the '30s and '40s
April 5, 2005,
NEW YORK — Sferra is introducing three new bedding collections reflecting the influence of the '30s and '40s Art Deco and Art Nouveau designs featuring classic and modern appeal.
Also reflecting the influence of Hollywood 's glamour period is Oberon, a 540-count spun Egyptian cotton damask for top-of-bed. The design motif is graphic natural accents and an all-over leaf pattern in a tonal silhouette.
Marlene is a shimmering coordinate in striated sateen sheeting. The 540-count sheeting is Italian spun Egyptian cotton which also includes pillow cases.
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