Drawing his inspiration from Provence, Morocco, Tuscany, Venice, Rome, Paris and of course London - your home will be a very European affair. For example the luxury Jardin collection in classic china blue and white, like traditional English fine china has an 18th century style that will transform your boudoir in an English Lords manor house. These large bed in a bag sets - that contain everything you need to appoint your home including comforters, bedskirts, standard as well as Euro shams, and of course lots and lots of throw pillows. And the best selling Portofino collection - features classic woven jacquard prints, with a paisley patterns in shades of chocolate brown, rich gold and slate grey. Portofino will turn any bedroom into a regal, victorian inspired retreat - add the matching curtains for a classic window treatment. As a young boy Michael already knew the importance of style, he always wore a more adult wardrobe, enjoyed watching classic English movies, and wanted to be as elegant and regal as an English lord. When at the age of 16, in return for earning good grades he was rewarded with a trip to Europe, specifically London and Paris, he revealed at the opportunity and was soon on his way, seeing not just the sights but also enjoying the wonderful architecture, fine shopping and exquisite decorative accents. Just as in the age of the Renaissance, well to do and educated families sent their sons on a Grand Tour to the great cities of Europe like London, Madrid, Rome, Paris and Florence, even to Greece or Turkey to see the birthplace of ancient civilizations - this was his Grand Tour, an event which would inspire his own unique design style. Michael believes your home is your personal sanctuary where you can relax and unwind, a place that reflects your taste and style where everything looks right. Michael’s furniture, decorative accents and now the this line of bedroom decor is inspired by his first Grand Tour of Europe, its regal palaces, its historical pomp and elegance, fine arts and culture. These influences, combined with his own sense of style, colors, balance, movement and pattern to create a home and which is truly a showcase. He combines his personal decorative philosophy and principles, with the essence of art elements to create furniture, and bed sets which are comfortable to enjoy yet still exquisite to the eye.