Global Glam Guestroom Print Mix

Saffron Marigold - Updated: August 18, 2018

Create your own mix and match print story with Saffron Marigold’s original block print designs in a variety of colors & patterns to enhance your home.

Warm Welcome for Guests of All Ages

Update a trundle bed – or bunk beds- with a fashion refresh that will appeal to everyone. Be guest ready & family friendly with comfortable, all season, bedding for any twin bed & beautify pillows with shams offered in three sizes.

No Magic Carpet Needed!

Taking inspiration from faraway exotic places this feminine-not-frilly print mix of India Rose’s dusty Princess pink, with the rich Princely purple of Sultan’s Palace, creates a welcome oasis for any guest. Touches of Moroccan mystique, Indian motifs & French romance all combine to make a glamorous guest room with worldly influences.

Day Bed with India Rose

India Rose features an all over delicate trellis pattern in deep purple on pink that reverses to a creamy ground with scatter paisley blooms with pink and purple details. The duvet cover can be used as a coverlet without a comforter in warm weather for all season enjoyment.

Play with pillows & prints

Dream of treasures found: regal gold medallions adorn Sultan’s Palace, while pink & purple scrolls dance across the complimentary sister print in pillow covers, and also as reverse side of matching twin duvet cover.

Freshly picked from Provence, our original print Lavender Dreams features big blooms in soft purple and green on covers for toss and euros pillows.

India Rose flange detailed shams keep standard bed pillows fresh.

Sultans Palace (c) Euro ShamLavender Dreams throw
Lavender Dreams Euro ShamIndia Rose Sham

Last chance to buy!

Create an inspired, print mix guest getaway with updated bedding reflecting the glamour & style of exotic locations around the globe. All reversible twin duvet covers are now on sale at 50% off! These have been discontinued, and will no longer be printed, so buy now while supplies last.

2 responses

  1. Wondering why Sultan’s Palace is purple in the twin duvet pictures but is blue in your regular pictures. I would like to investigate the purple color for twin duvets.

    Thank you

    • Hello Claudia,
      About two years ago, we retired our purple Sultan’s Palace print and reworked it with a royal blue dye. The purple dye we had been using is extraordinarily expensive and made it a no-go for most of our customers. We decided to bring the print back with the brilliant blue you see now. The stock you saw online for twin duvets were the very last pieces of our original print. I recommend that you purchase a swatch of the Sultan’s Palace remix. I think you will find it works in many of the same spaces where a purple would.
      – Heidi

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