Zimmer & Rohde Quinn by Schlossberg Luxury Bedding
100% Extra Long-Staple Cotton Fiber Multi Color Jacquard Deluxe Weave
The Quinn design is generous and elegant thanks to the wide stripes. The five colors form a harmonious interplay in a modern look. The special feature of this bed linen is that individually dyed threads are used in the weaving process for each color. Block stripes that have been woven longitudinal are the result of this technique. Quinn vert is a bold and fashionable combination of coral, aubergine, turquoise and sunshine yellow. Quinn rosé is the elegant alternative featuring gold, pale pink, lilac and anthracite. Quinn blanc creates a timless and minimalist interplay of color thanks to the different shades of gray and muted beige and white.
See Schlossberg of Switzerland Solid Colored Sateen Noblesse available in 60 colors making them the perfect addition to any bedding ensemble. Schlossberg excels at jacquard and sateen woven fabrics of high thread counts which become exquisite bed linens of heirloom quality. Made from long staple 100 percent Egyptian cotton fiber with sateen warp, combed, mercerized and singed. The fabric density is over 300 thread count. Made in Switzerland. Schlossberg believes that Duvet Covers with zippers drape nicer, handled with ease, and require less maintenance. All Shams have a knife edge with zipper closure and Pillow Cases have envelope closures, having a pocket on the back and front side to provide a better fit. Boller Winkler, the original mill, was established in Turbenthal, near Zurich, Switzerland in 1833. It was the first mill to take advantage of the equipment and machinery coming out of England during the Industrial Revolution, using the spinning machines to replace hand labor. Bonjour of Switzerland is a mill with not only state-of-the-art technology and superb craftsmanship, but also a mill with a design philosophy and environmental awareness matched by few mills in the world. The bed linens are marketed under the name Bonjour of Switzerland around the world, and now in the United States.