Better Fabrics, Sweeter Dreams

We use 500 Thread-Count, 100% Pima Cotton to make the softest and most comfortable bedding for your baby. 

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Our Black Sheep collection is 25% off

500 thread-count, 100% Pima cotton. A beautiful neutral shade designed to tell a magical story with sweet and fun appliqué details.

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What our customers are saying...

"The quality exceeded my expectations! I wish you would make sheets for grown up beds."

Chrissy C.

"We used to give Tiffany silver spoons. Now we only give your stuff when friends have babies."

Michael B.

"It was just what I wanted for my granddaughters nursery. Pictures were very representative of what you can expect to receive. Made of the highest quality material and superior customer service, making it worth every penny. Absolutely Love It!!!!"

Gary D. 

BELLE
Lux 500 Thread-Count, 100% Pima Cotton With Delicate Embroidered Detail
BLEU
Lux 500 Thread-Count, 100% Pima Cotton With Delicate Embroidered Detail
KHIA
Lux 500 Thread-Count, 100% Pima Cotton With Delicate Embroidered Detail
DREAM
Lux 500 Thread-Count, 100% Pima Cotton With Delicate Appliqué Detail
BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP
Lux 500 Thread-Count, 100% Pima Cotton With Delicate Appliqué Detail

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Pink

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Blue

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Neutrals

Browse through a selection of neutral colors like white, tan, silver and gray.

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Our Bedding Factory

When we visited Peru in search of a manufacturing partner, our mission was clear: to seek out the finest quality Peruvian pima cotton in the world to make the products we’d dreamed of... 

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