Historic Charleston King Charles Birch Bedding
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Transform your bedroom into an elegant colonial inspired boudoir with the King Charles Birch bedding ensemble by Historic Charleston. This wonderful collection of woven 100% cotton bedspreads and accessories is reproduced from a 19th century example featuring a tufted design throughout and four icons around the bottom edge; the sun, topiary, a pheasant and a pineapple and was originally created in England in the 1820s and common decorative themes during the era of English monarch King Charles. The bedspread set is available in several solid colors including; Birch (Beige), Fern Green, Ivory, Sunshine Yellow, Mauve Wine Burgundy, Powder Blue, Provincial Navy Blue why not combine colors for a unique bedroom decor. Available in Twin, Full, Queen and King sizes, the bedspread combines a woven textile with a puffed, quilted appearance; which is stone-washed for extra softness, the design features a diamond-quilted center is surrounded by woven medallions. The bedskirt combines a diamond quilted pattern with a leaf motif ribbon edge, and is embellished with a 15 inch drop and split corners. European shams are a handsome complement in delicate mini diamond textured pattern with flange and corded edge, while standard shams feature the four icons the sun, a topiary, pheasant and pineapple. Decorative pillows complete your bed set; an 18 inch square pillow features the diamond motif used in the Euro sham, while the larger 20 inch square pillow features the pheasant motif. The foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve and promote the historical architectural and material culture the make up Charleston's rich and irreplaceable heritage. Bed linens and home fashions from the foundation recreate the timeless look and feel of Charleston's decorative arts culture blending European, Caribbean, British and Asian influences.