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J.Crew and Liberty of London Have Partnered on a New Home Collection

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The assortment consists of four bouquet-like patterns that are only available at J.Crew. Made with Liberty fabrics, each print (and piece) is quintessentially Liberty, meaning floral, whimsical, and small-scale, so perfect for pattern-mixing. There’s something for everyone in this mood-boosting range, from the subtly tropical, slightly more neutral “Bouquet of Life” colorway (shown in sheeting above) to the pink and red poppies and daises of the “Meadow Song” design (shown below as a tablecloth), which is far more punchy and saturated. Some of these patterns also appear in J.Crew clothing items as well.

The different designs are available in sleep masks and sheets — the latter ranging from crib and twin XL to king sizes — as well as dining accessories like tablecloths, placemats, and napkins. Fall in love with one of these florals, and you can coordinate across bedrooms, the kitchen, and the dining area in your space.

While the pieces are designed for use in the home for anything from spring holiday entertaining to sleeping in on a Sunday morning, you can also take the tabletop items on the road to fancy up a park picnic or gathering. “The beauty of this partnership is that it can live beyond your home — bring the table pieces to your outdoor tablescape or let it inspire the flower arrangement,  and use the bedding as a spring refresh,” says Olympia Gayot, head of women’s design at J.Crew.

Prices for the pieces start at $29.50 for a sleep mask and go up to $258.00 for a king sheet set. Quantities are limited, so if you want to get in on this spring partnership before it’s gone for good, now’s the time to shop.

Danielle Blundell

Home Editor

Danielle Blundell is AT’s Home Director and covers decorating and design. She loves homes, heels, the history of art, and hockey—but not necessarily always in that order.

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