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Pioneer Linens brings three hot colors for this spring
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Apr '12
Known throughout the world for providing the finest luxury linens, Pioneer Linens is an integral part of the interior design community, especially in South Florida, and is excited to announce three hot colors for spring 2012.

When designing interior spaces for spring, the goal is to take the beautiful colors of nature and bring them indoors. Small changes, such as replacing winter bedding with more seasonal linens, makes a big difference.

To bring the brightness, energy and positivity of spring indoors, Pioneer Linens' favorite colors for 2012 are shades of orange, turquoise and yellow. These colors are being used by a variety of top designers, including: Matouk, Sferra and Yves Delorme.

According to Marissa Murphy, Internet Manager and fourth-generation of Pioneer Linens, one of the most popular products for spring 2012 is Matouk's Plisse coverlets and duvet covers.

Originally founded in 1912 by Max Greenberg, Pioneer Linens is a fourth generation, family-owned business. They are well recognized around the world for the finest home and yacht linen. Pioneer Linens is a favorite south Florida tradition providing their customers with chic and trendy home accessories next to beautiful classic linens for their bedroom, bathroom and table.

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