We offer over 300 retro bed sets from leading designers like Echo Designs, Josie Natori, Rose Tree as well as Ralph Lauren - the boho bed sets from home decor designers who bring Moroccan and Middle Eastern design and style to your bedroom. Veratex, Croscill and Rose Tree, these luxury decor designers use brocade, damask and jacquard to bring traditional and classic style to your bedroom - with classic black and white colored bed covers, or blue, red, purple coverlets and complimenting bed skirts, shams. Colorful and bright bed linens add a sixties style to any bedroom, available in twin, full, queen, king and cal king sizes, these bed sheets feature delicate prints or embroidered hems, with matching pillowcases, bed skirts, blankets and throws. Named after the Scottish town that popularized this classic pattern in the 19th century, the classic twisted teardrop pattern actually dates back several thousand years to the Middle East and India where the pattern known as boteh is still used for wedding textiles today. For more decorating ideas, add a cool retro style to any bedroom collection with our selection of decorative pillows, or bring a splash of color to any sofa or couch with decorative throw and toss cushions. Add the finishing touch to any home decor design with our bright print window treatments - choose from curtains, drapes and valances in a variety of 1960s, bohemian styles and designs. For discounted printed bedding sets, rugs and, browse our clearance department, for inexpensive and affordable decor accents that are cheap and on sale. The History Of The Paisley Print This classic print used in prints and fabrics dates back several thousand years. It became popular in the 18th and 19th centuries and is named after the Scottish town which became the center of textile production during this time. But the origins of the design are actually from the Middle East and India, and were brought back to Europe during England rule of India, when colonial travellers saw this mesmerizing print on the shawls worn in Pakistan and Kashmir. The twisted teardrop design found in paisley quilts and fabrics, also known as boteh, (which means a droplet-shaped vegetable) is derived from the Middle Eastern term Boteh Jegheh, where the pattern was used to decorate the clothing of kings and queens. Today the pattern is still widely used in Iran, Central & South Asia and Azerbaijan where it’s used to decorating wedding garments, rugs, and fine textiles - made with threads of gold and silver. In the 18th and 19th centuries the design became popular in Europe and North America (where the design is also called Persian Pickles and Welsh Pears). The style became popular with quilt makers as well as being used on fine scarfs and other clothing. The popularity of this design waned at the turn of the 20th century, however the 1960’s saw a rebirth in the use of of this retro design, with as the Beatles and other rock bands of the time introduced the world to Indian culture, design and music. Today this classic style remains as popular as ever, especially among teens where it 1960’s sensibility is often coordinated with peace signs on the fabrics used for comforters, duvets, paisley print bedspread covers in colors of navy blue, burgundy red, purple and classic black and white.