Boodalee Unveils New Kids' Lines
By Staff -- Home & Textiles Today, 9/17/2007 12:00:00 AM
San Francisco —
Juvenile bedding resource Boodalee has launched four new collections, which were on display at the ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas last week.
Boodalee offers contemporary themes, but stresses non-minimalist approaches, said founder and creative director Jeanice Skvaril.
"Boodalee collections touch on some traditional themes, but are treated in bold and colorful new ways. We've definitely shown that 'modern' has a place in kids' rooms and doesn't have to sacrifice 'fun,'" she said.
New collections, including duvets, shams, sheets and pillow cases, are available in both twin and full sizes and include Space, Castle, and two color versions of World.
Available separately, or in sets, all are 250-thread count, 100% combed cotton percale.A two-pattern coordinated set is priced at $240 for twin and $290 for full; duvet sets (duvet cover and sham) at $130 for twin and $160 for full; and sheet sets (flat and fitted sheets and pillow case) at $110 for twin and $130 for full.
Each set comes in a reusable drawstring cloth bag made of the same fabric as the items enclosed.
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