SL Home bolsters bedding

Designs range from Bohemian to sleek

SL Home  Ornate is the feel from the Boho Triangle Ellie quilt set.
At the New York Market – Decorative bedding is a prime focus for SL Home this week.

The company is displaying a number of comforter and quilt sets, along with a new sheet set, at its show space in 230 Fifth Ave., rooms 1407-1411.

Among SL’s introductions, the Aria six-piece comforter set is designed to add a Bohemian flair to the bedroom. The set’s free-spirited look presents a parade of elephants on top of Moroccan patterns and soft colors.

The Boho Triangle Ellie six-piece quilt set comes with an ornate look and feel, along with a touch of whimsy with its parade of elephants on a crisp blue ground. The set’s lightweight quilt and pillow sham set reverses to a bold and vibrant geometric print.

Desert Dreams is a six-piece, reversible Boho style quilt set. The design showcases an array of feathers, medallions and other abstract designs in rich, warm hues. It reverses to a white side with a feather pattern.

The Emma ensemble is a five-piece, reversible printed comforter set with a quilted throw. The design features golden polka dots reversing to a black and white print stripe for a contemporary look.

Also on display is the Jessica three-piece quilt set. Decked out in a medallion print pattern and reversing to a solid-color side, Jessica is made in a soft and smooth construction designed to provide timeless style and lasting comfort.

Lenora is a three-piece, print reversible quilt set designed in a floral pattern which reverses to a solid-color side, and is geared toward creating a clean look in the bedroom space. The Luanne sheet set features an embossed design for a luxurious touch.

Maxine is a six-piece solid quilt set which includes a medallion embroidery pillow for a contemporary look. The Perrie 10-piece comforter set, which comes with sheets, is fashioned with a geometric medallion motif woven across the top of the bed.

While SL is putting much of its muscle into bed sets for this market, the company is also displaying offerings in other categories. Among these are Avendale, an acrylic lightweight throw; and Dino Juvy, a printed faux silk window panel set for a child’s room, which is lined to block out unwanted sunlight.

In addition, the company is presenting Eileen, a shaggy blanket made of faux fur; and the Silk Road paisley shower curtain, designed with a pop of color and a linen weave to give a natural feel to the bathroom.

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