AICO/Michael Amini takes on texture

Michael Amini’s Grant duvet set has a vintage-washed linen fabrication with bowtie closures.

Pico Rivera, Calif. – Tactile fabrications and decorative applications are the main characters in AICO/Michael Amini’s design story this season.

The multi-category home décor house, which includes fashion bedding and accessories among its product offerings, is introducing several new collections across its soft goods segments.

In the spotlight are a new top-of-bed design and two new decorative pillow collections.

The five-piece Grant duvet set pairs “cool” with “luxury” via its vintage-washed linen fabrication. Woven in China of pure Belgium flax linen, this new collection features bowtie closures on the duvet and its two coordinating decorative pillows – which have removable covers for easy washability and feather fills for added comfort. All components reverse to the same linen fabric. Available sizes include queen and king.

AICO decorative pillows

The Elements Collection from AICO encompasses different but complementing designs.

The Re-Nue Collection is a three-piece pillow grouping comprising different but complementing designs: the Aliso Embroidery in the natural colorway, the Katie Embroidery in the spa colorway, and the Bayport Print in the seafoam colorway. Each pilot is available in an 18-inch square size and includes a zippered removable cover and a feather fill.

The Elements Collection is a four-piece pillow grouping, and it also comprises different but complementing designs: the Bechman Chenille Embroidery in the emerald colorway; the Akari Print (linen-like herringbone base cloth) in the natural colorway; the Legacy Chenille Embroidery in the cocoa colorway; and the Strada Chenille Embroidery in the champagne colorway.

The Elements pillows come in two sizes – 18-inch square and 13-by-24-inch oblong, both with zippered removable covers and feather fills.

In addition to decorative home textiles bedding and accessories, AICO/Michael Amini – which was founded by namesake designer Michael Amini in 1988 – also offers case goods, upholstery and lighting.

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