Barclay Butera Hudson Collection

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Our homes deserve only the best, and with Hudson Barclay has hand-selected the very finest, most exclusive textiles, linens, and trims. From a delicately embroidered, color-drenched take on the classic paisley pattern to expertly designed decorative pillows, this is a collection rich in luscious textures, sumptuous color palette, classic design, and meticulous detail.

The price range  and number of accessories for the Barclay Butera Hudson luxury bedding collection depends on the bed size 

Most ensembles include a Duvet Cover, 1 to 3 Euro Shams, 1 or 2 Standard or King Shams, 1 or 2 Pillow DPA, and 1 or 2 Pillow DPB

Bed Skirt, Accent Pillows, and Other Accessories are available and sold separately Allow 3-5 weeks for factory direct delivery

To place an order or receive a more detailed quote, please call 817-442-0400 or click "Ask A Question" and describe which specific sizes and accessories interests you

You can also come visit us at the Grapevine, TX boutique during normal business hours to review all this collection and many more we have to offer your home.

 

Famed interior designer Barclay Butera has joined teams with Eastern Accents to create a wide range of luxury bedding and decorative pillows. Hand-crafted in Eastern Accents’ Chicago studio, these collections coordinate with Butera’s successful lifestyle home furnishings products; his signature look of richly layered design and elegant, yet lived-in, décor permeate the Town & Country, Mountain, Desert, Beach, and City lifestyle categories.  Barclay Butera has based his career simply on a passion for beautiful design. The end result has been a consistent redefinition of home décor luxury: glamorous, yet completely livable, environments based upon his philosophy of mixing diverse styles of furniture, textiles, and textures. Butera grew up in the interior design business, working with his mother, who designed for private clients worldwide. He studied political science and economics in university and planned on pursuing a career in law, but, within a year of graduation, was drawn back to the interior design industry.