Give your bed a fresh new look for spring with the Spring Blossom Cotton Embroidered Bedspread. Pure white background is embroidered with delicate, colorful blossoms in a border.
Available in Twin, Full, Queen and King. 100% cotton and machine washable. Complete the look with coordinating sham and accent pillows (sold separately).
• Spring Blossom Bedding • 100% cotton shell and filling (pillow has polyester filling) • Hand guided machine stitching with embroidery • Lightweight yet warm • Machine wash and dry (spot clean pillow) • Imported
Size Twin Bedspread 80" x 110" Full Bedspread 90" x 110" Queen Bedspread 102" x 118" King Bedspread 120" x 118" Standard Pillow Sham 20" x 26" Square Accent Pillow 16" x 16" Oblong Accent Pillow 12" x 16"
Shipping Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.
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