What's the Difference? The HHH Essential Collections

 

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by Alyssa Surrett

At Hill House Home, we believe that your bedroom should be as personable and polished as you are—whether you like your sheets on the straight and narrow or a little ruffled around the edges (in the best sense, of course). At the end of a long day, there's nothing more rejuvenating than sinking into a cloud of bedding that has been created with you in mind. Here, get the breakdown on each of our five Essential collections and prepare to cozy up to the best bedding for you.

 

SAVILE ROW

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Consider the Savile Row collection the minimalist’s best friend in the bedroom. Inspired by the clean lines of men’s shirting, the less-is-more silhouette is finished with a thin piped trim and designed to be left un-made. Prepare to mark that off your to-do list for the foreseeable future. 

WAVERLY

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The Waverly sits at the intersection of old world Parisian-charm and classic femininity. A luxuriously soft finish and understated scallop detailing add up to a plush bed that’s just as refined as its owner. Who’s so wavy now?

IVY

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The Ivy collection is chic and simplistic with wide trim and rounded corners. This sophisticated collection is punctuated with French binding around its perimeters—a treatment that is borrowed from fashion’s couture ateliers. Je ne sais quoi, found.

CHANCERY LANE 

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Go bold with the Chancery Lane collection. Think: oh-so-chic embroidered edges that frame your mattress to create an architectural masterpiece. You’ll look forward to coming home to this modern, minimalistic set up time and time again.

VALE

vale collection by hill house home

The Vale is a classic collection with a delicate, single line of hemstitch detailing. Inspired by the intricate needlework seen on vintage linens, the result is a bed that’s equal parts girl-next-door and old-school vixen. Bridgitte Bardot would certainly approve.