Thomasville Bows Bohemian Bedding
Company also Showcasing Under Traditional Umbrella
By Staff -- Home Textiles Today, 8/8/2006 12:00:00 AM
At the New York Market — —
At the New York Market — Thomasville has introduced three beds that reflect the Bohemian fashion direction.
Persia has an espresso ground, with tones of honey, ginger, chive, and hydra in the pattern. It is also being presented in a berry coloration.
Alamosa, inspired by a woven carpet, consists of color bars of coffee, hemp, honey, and berry.
Kalinjar employs a mélange of motifs — tree of life, paisley, and a loose patchwork. It's available in two color stories: aqua with peridot and in more traditional jewel tone.
The company is also showing several new looks under the Traditional umbrella:
Norwich is a floral with vineyard colorations of Beaujolais, chardonnay, grape leaf and berry.
Bradford has a faded denim blue ground in tones of saffron and rose, with a rose and white gingham trim on the comforter bias. Gingham also constitutes the bed skirt.
Provence is a garden toile in jonquil and cornflower. Accents include a toss pillow in a ticking stripe and rick-rack pattern.
Milicent is an overscaled peony print on a linen textiles group coordinated with large checks on the bed skirt. Dec pillow accessories play up the linen look.
Thomasville has also debuted a contemporary bed, Labyrinth, an architectural design in hemp with accent touches of a wicker matelasse.
There are two tropical offerings this market. Coral Reef is a woven reef pattern in primary colors and patchwork layout. Montego is a plaid in kiwi, lemonade and punch tones. The dec pillows are stitched with stylized tropical leaves.
In transitional looks, the company has two offerings. Freesia is a heat transfer on embossed poly crepe in carnation and garden green. Efflorescent is a subtle floral woven in sand and teak. To lend contrast to neutral tones in the top of bed, Thomasville has layered in silk-look dec pillows in richer shades of red.
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