Pure Cotton Linens of Dwell Table

By: Sanjeevkumar

bedding is the perfect blend of sweetness andsophistication, providing a much-needed update to traditional baby bedding. Youwon't find a higher quality or more luxurious option for your newborn than thisfitted sheet. Made of 100% cotton percale with a contemporary cowgirl pattern,this fitted sheet may be mixed and matched with solid colors or used with theCowgirl Crib Set.

Dwell Linens isn't necessary to sacrifice practicality forluxury. Dwelltable offers both durability and contemporary style in theirluxury table linen collection. dwell's 2007 chinoiserie collection is aboutwhat's modern now. By reducing the decorative to its essential elements, dwellhas reinterpreted ornamentation in a fresh, minimal style for the contemporaryhome. Attention to detail makes this collection distinctive and unique from therich hand of the fabrics to the addition of woven linen trim and finetailoring.

Dwell has taken their modern bedding and scaled it down tobaby bedding size. beddingis woven from 100% combed Egyptian cotton and are reactive printed to retaintheir saturated color. Dwell Baby bedding launders beautifully, getting softerafter each wash. Dwell sheets look and feel good both ironed and unironed. Forbest results, take sheets out of the dryer when slightly damp and place them onthe bed to dry to help remove wrinkles.

Border Bedding Collection is created by Dwell, a new shiningstar on the home furnishings scene, with simple rectangular borders that resultin minimalist design. Dwell's designs are inspired by modern architecture andgraphic design, and have been featured in publications such as Domino, ElleDecoration, Elle Decor and In Style among others. Dwell linens are woven of100% combed Egyptian cotton, 210 thread count. To ensure long-lasting vibrancy,the linens are printed with special dyes that promote colorfastness.Machine-wash separately in warm water using mild detergent. Please purchase ononline

Furniture
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 

» More on Furniture