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For a little pizzazz, mix the traditional toile print sheets with solid colors or plaids to showcase the fine

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									Toile Bedding
Toile is a centuries old fabric that has once again become quite popular for use in gorgeous, lushly
detailed bedding. (pronounced twaal)
Delicate drawings, very Old World in nature, often define the fabric.
Some conflicting opinions exist about the origin of toile. Some say it was originally created in Ireland
in the 1700s. Other sources believe it originated in Toile de Jouy France.
Because of a new technique of engraved plate printing, the look became wildly popular.
Today, it most often describes a fine line printed fabric design that looks very much like a pen and ink
work. The most elegant toile fabrics are still printed using engraved plates or rollers.
The majority of bedding created from toile today is based on country themes.
For example, Waverly's toile comforter of 100% cotton depicts a scene that appears Colonial or Old
World in nature, with men, a woman riding a donkey and greenery. The bedding is trimmed in a tiny
gingham check of 100% cotton toile. This particular bedding selection of toile comes in blue and
cream or black and cream. The comforter is bound on three side and reverses to a gingham check for
a change when you want something different.
C&J Enterprises offers a gorgeous toile set for your bedroom. Called simply "Midnight", this bedding
features deep blue nearly-black and soft white to create a bedding set that has a French feel. The
graceful floral provides a country feeling. The soft rows of quilting make this quilt feel so cozy and
inviting. The quilted pillow shams, pillows, and throws complete this lovely bedding set of toile.
Choose some accessories in the gingham checked pattern to add a whimsical touch to the bedding.
Sferra Brothers provides a beautiful toile set for your bedding collection. The crimson or dusky green
toile pattern is printed on Celeste 406 thread count percale sheeting with hand drawn hems. The
quilted coverlet is reversible with one side having a light background with dark toile print; the reverse
side is dark background hosting a light print. Pillows shams are available with either light or dark
background and look wonderful with two of each. You'll love this bedding set of toile for your
bedroom.
Kouchini has designed a traditional toile set in the French Country style. The bedding set contains a
comforter, bed skirt and shams. Matching sheets, pillow cases and throw pillow are available. The
comforter is created in the European style which does not have center quilting and is a bit thinner
than other styles of comforter. The charcoal grey is beautiful against the soft cream background.
For a little pizzazz, mix the traditional toile print sheets with solid colors or plaids to showcase the fine
country prints of the toile. This bedding set will give your bedroom a cozy, inviting ambiance.
Designer Vera Bradley has created a new toile set that provides that look of fine old linen in a
bedding set that truly looks antique. The pastoral countryside depicted in this toile of 100% cotton.
The three color choices coordinate with Vera Bradley's other designs like Seaside Vermicelli and
Signature Paisley designs.
This bedding would definitely become on of your toile favorites. Toile water chestnut, summer rose
and blue willow are all gorgeous choices for your bedding sets.
Baby nurseries look so serene and peaceful done in delicate toile. What do you mean you've never
thought of using toile for baby bedding? =)
Baby bedding made of small toile prints look just right whether for baby girl or baby boy. Choose from
pink, blue or sage when you choose a Burlington Basket bassinet liner set. Made of a cotton
polyester blend, the delicate country prints on while backgrounds make these beautiful baby bedding
sets of toile. These sets include sheet, skirt and bassinet hood cover.
If you love the tradition country look of top-quality toile, you'll want to care for yours properly.
Most sheets, pillow cases, bed skirts and shams are machine washable. Some comforters are
labeled machine washable, but comforters are simply too heavy when wet to be washed in most
home laundry machines. For only a bit more expense, and actually much less expense than a
washing machine repair, you can have the heavier bedding in your toile collection laundered in a
commercial laundry or dry cleaned.
This way you'll enjoy the charm and casual elegance of this wonderfully unique bedding for along
time to come!

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