Sheridan Unveils Vibrant Floral Group, Tweener Brand

Sanfilippo, Michele
October 2004
Home Textiles Today;10/25/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of the new floral collection of bedding by Sheridan USA. The launch continues to bring the company back to its roots with the vibrant colorations and flowery printed looks Sheridan was known for in the 1980's. The new looks will retail for $199 queen or king as comforter sets. The collection has three beds including Wildflower, Botanica and Garland. The Juniors brand, which is all about color and texture, includes Wave, Milestone Dotty, Milestone Stripe, Vigour Circles and Rainbow. Other new printed patterns included Vaccari, Eclipse, Madagascar, Meadow, Monaco and Nantucket Stripe.


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