Lawrence Bedding Collections and Ensembles

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Lawrence bedding is a well known name in the bedding industry. Based in Montreal Canada, Lawrence bedding has been offering quality bedding since 1948. Lawrence has developed a reputation for providing exceptional value and cutting edge designs.

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Lawrence bedding is a well known name in the bedding industry. Based in Montreal Canada, Lawrence bedding has been offering quality bedding since 1948. Lawrence has developed a reputation for providing exceptional value and cutting edge designs. Their unique modern luxury collections are generally designed to be themed around a specific line of patterns. Some of their current collections are detailed in this article.

Maison de Vie collection is a group of chic, contemporary patterns that are quietly sophisticated and casually elegant. This collection ranges from minimalist, zen inspired patterns like Evolution and Silence to bright funky geometrics such as Crossroads and Verve.

Sky Collection This bedding collection inspired by the beauty of the sky includes the aptly named haze, sunset, and twilight collections.

Suite Couture is Lawrence’s most luxurious collection. Featuring rich brocades and fine silks this collection will satisfy even the most discriminating individuals. The Bourbon street ensemble has a comforter made with a wide ruby red and bronze damask stripe which is accented by a woven diamond design in the bed skirt and shams. Dharma is an Eastern inspired red and plum jacquard pattern. Finally the Grandeur Collection is a magnificent aqua and cream damask pattern.

Bretton Manor is an affordable grouping of fashionable bedding. Here you will find classic plaids, patchwork quilt designs, southwestern patterns, and floral collections.

The New York Market collection is a new line of bedding which made its debut at the spring 2006 Market Week in New York City. This promising line includes an exciting new pattern called Cachet, which is an Asian inspired asymmetrical patchwork design in lavish shades of goldenrod and charcoal.

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