Introducing Peacock Alley Bed Linens
Founded in 1973 by Mary Ella Gabler, Peacock Alley has a long tradition of making the bedroom a place that speaks comfort, peace and happiness. We love their bath towels and shower curtains. Now we’re happy to bring you the best of their bedding collections, from timeless classics to fresh new designs.
Here are a few of our top picks.
Designed from an antique French 17th century button, Vienna matelasse remains a staple for bed or bath. A best-selling, classic Peacock Alley pattern, Vienna is an elegant look in any room. The 100% cotton coverlets start at $180 for a twin coverlet. Bed skirts start at $280 and fit up to a 22 inch drop. Pillow shams and a shower curtain round out the collection.
For a more modern or masculine home, you can’t beat the Rio Bed Linen collection. The 100% linen pieces are offered in your choice of a satin stitched flange or corded hem, and the range of 10 colors is sure to fit any design scheme. Shown below are Rio coverlet and shams in Champagne, with a bedscarf, corded shams, and bolster pillow in Graphite. Coverlets start at $495 for queen size.
Just in time for fall, the All Seasons Plush Blanket will keep you warm and cozy all year long. These remarkably plush blankets are made from 100% Egyptian cotton and feature a textured binding. The All Seasons Blanket is completely free of dyes or bleaches for a natural experience. They come in four colors: White, Natural, Linen and Flint, and twin, queen and king sizes which start at $145. There’s even a crib sized blanket, so baby can enjoy the cuddly softness as well.
The Boutique sheeting collection is a 200-thread-count, 100% combed long staple cotton percale, tested to exceed hospitality standards. Available with embroidered trim in 10 colors to match any room, they coordinate seamlessly with the other Peacock Alley bed linens.
Here’s to a restful night’s sleep!
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