Pine Cone Hill Expands 2012 Bedding, Linens, and Sleepwear Collection

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New Introductions Featured in 2012 Catalog

Bedding company Pine Cone Hill, part of The Annie Selke Companies, today announces new arrivals to its 2012 product line. The bedding, blankets, pillows, table linens, and other accessories represent another achievement in Annie Selke’s prolific design process, which combines inspirations from her global travels, her love of vintage fabrics, and her unique sense of color and pattern. The new bedding appears in Pine Cone Hill’s just-released catalog and can be purchased online now at

This year’s Pine Cone Hill lineup features exceptional-quality sheets, duvet covers, quilts, matelassé coverlets, throws, blankets, decorative pillows, and cut yardage. Each product stems from one of Selke’s distinctive product worlds: The Bright Stuff, Mod Maisonette, Haute Lodge, Urban Treehouse, Graphic Traffic, Neutral Territory, Cape Calm, and La Dolce Villa.

“I really enjoyed creating each and every new product this year,” says Pine Cone Hill Founder Annie Selke. “I played with joyous color and happy patterns, and found quiet moments where the hand of a fabric spoke volumes. Each of the worlds has been brightened and enlightened.”

There are more than 40 new introductions in Pine Cone Hill’s latest catalog. The following are examples of soon-to-be customer favorites:

Melody Quilt – Sweet as a song and just as memorable, in a splashy, bursting-with-color floral. Knife edge.

Landon Duvet Cover –An earthy, 100% cotton floral in burgundy, blue, brown, sage, and tan that plays well with countless coordinates. Piped edges. Reverses to gray check.

Stone Washed Linen Duvet Cover – Take a tailored approach to bed dressing with a machine-washable 100% linen in a sandy, does-it-all neutral. Hidden-button closure.

About Pine Cone Hill
Founded in 1994 by innovative designer Annie Selke, Pine Cone Hill puts a vibrant, contemporary spin on classic décor with its assortment of functional and inspired sleepwear, bedding and tableware. The line’s diverse products are characterized by unexpected patterns, bold colors, and down-to-earth elegance and categorized into eight “worlds” of design style: Neutral Territory, Mod Maisonette, La Dolce Villa, Cape Calm, The Bright Stuff, Graphic Traffic, Haute Lodge, and Urban Treehouse. Annie’s inventive spin on classic decor makes for a sophisticated yet affordable approach to interior design and appeals to those who believe—as Annie does—that the great pleasure of life is in the details. Pine Cone Hill regularly updates its Facebook page with new products, inspiration, tips for getting a good night’s sleep, and more. Pine Cone Hill is part of The Annie Selke Companies.

About The Annie Selke Companies
Annie Selke is the founder and creative force behind widely acclaimed home-textile companies Pine Cone Hill fine linens and sleepwear, Dash & Albert Rug Company, and licensed fabric collection Annie Selke Home. Available online, at more than 2,500 high-end retail stores nationwide, and in catalogs such as Neiman Marcus and Sundance, Annie’s products appear regularly in the pages of top shelter magazines, including House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Real Simple, Country Living, Woman’s Day, and Better Homes & Gardens, and in newspapers such as the New York Times and the Washington Post. In August 2011, Clarkson Potter released Annie’s first book, Fresh American Spaces, which takes a modern approach to five distinctly American styles of home decorating. On Annie’s design and lifestyle blog, FreshAmerican, she offers a wealth of decorating ideas, shopping and entertaining tips, unusual inspirations, and more. Annie is also an active Twitter user under the handle @AnnieSelkeCo and runs a vibrant Facebook page, updating users on her current whereabouts, inspirations, and more. The Annie Selke Companies have more than 120 employees who share a commitment to environmental friendliness, global citizenry, and personal wellness. The company is headquartered in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts.


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