Croscill Coppelia Bedding Collection
Comforter is a woven jacquard damask design with twist cord trim and reverses to a printed lattice pattern. Shams coordinate directly with the comforter face, with padded flange and twist cord trim. Bedskirt features a solid beige faux silk fabric with loose pleats and an extra long 18-in. drop.
Euro shams are reversible. One side features asymmetrical halves of coordinating beige fabrics separated by a row of tassel trim. The other side of the pillow features a darker solid taupe fabric with lattice embroidery. The pillow is finished with twist cord trim detail.
Square pillow coordinates with the face of the comforter as an engineered damask. The pillow is finished with tassel fringe trimming.
Faux-silk fashion pillow features fine detailing, with beading in a lattice pattern and ruffled flange.
Boudoir pillow is dynamic, incorporating an area of engineered woven damask fabric in the center, bordered by tassel fringe on either side and finished with twist cord trim.
A smocked tambourine pillow in light cream is also available for the collection.
Window treatments include lined panels with tiebacks and a waterfall swag valance with tassel fringe, all in the beautiful woven damask design. Drapery panels are sold in sets of 2 with tie backs included. To achieve this look, use three valances.
Euro shams, decorative pillows, drapes and valances are sold separately.
Coppelia Euro shams are reversible. One side features asymmetrical halves of coordinating beige fabrics separated by a row of tassel trim. The other side of the pillow features a darker solid taupe fabric with lattice embroidery. The pillow is finished with twist cord trim detail.
Coppelia square pillow features a beautiful engineered damask.
- Poly Silk and Cotton
- Dry Clean Only
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For more than five decades, Croscill has turned trends into standards. Croscill's history with redefining tradition began in 1946, with the introduction of the "Croscilla" window treatment. This fuller, more luxurious window innovation soon became a sought-after standard and the design industry clamored to learn if Croscill was a one-time deal, or if they would continue to turn customary designs into custom-made quality. Today, the industry still looks to Croscill to set the standards and everyday, Croscill consistently delivers on its reputation for creating innovative home fashions. Croscill continues to be bold, think broadly, and remembers that "It's in the details!".
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