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Textiles | The Name Is the Game | June 2013

Licenses continue to play a huge role in the current offerings in home textiles, particularly for bed ensembles. Vendors believe that licenses with designers, celebrities or well-known brands in other products carry plenty of weight with consumers. Here is a sampling of some of the new top-of-the-bed looks from some of today's hottest licenses.

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  • Morocco is part of the company’s debut of its bedding and bath collection with Iman Home. alokind.com
    Morocco is part of the company’s debut of its bedding and bath collection with Iman Home. alokind.com
  • Part of the company’s Historic Charleston collection, Spoleto features all-over Jacobean motifs inspired by the interiors of the homes in that community. elleryhomestyles.com
    Part of the company’s Historic Charleston collection, Spoleto features all-over Jacobean motifs inspired by the interiors of the homes in that community. elleryhomestyles.com
  • Meadow, from the Portico Home collection, features a serene pattern printed on  400 thread-count organic cotton. westpointhome.com
    Meadow, from the Portico Home collection, features a serene pattern printed on  400 thread-count organic cotton. westpointhome.com
  • Khaya, from the Tallulah by Kevin O’Brien collection, features O’Brien’s signature combination of handpainted velvets and prints. revman.com
    Khaya, from the Tallulah by Kevin O’Brien collection, features O’Brien’s signature combination of handpainted velvets and prints. revman.com
  • Mixed petals, in a white and coral colorway, is part of the company’s Kate Spade collection. chfindustries.com
    Mixed petals, in a white and coral colorway, is part of the company’s Kate Spade collection. chfindustries.com