Saying please. Writing thank you notes. Insisting on a home that's both beautiful and meaningful. Like Pioneer Linens, Peacock Alley believes in tradition. Long before "start up" became everyday parlance, Peacock Alley founder Mary Ella Gabler was on her way to establishing the luxury linen market in the US. A young 'Mompreneur', Gabler's journey began in 1973 with 250 pillows for Neiman Marcus. From there, the vision for her family-run, locally based company has not changed: Make bedding and bath linens that are simple, beautiful, and impeccably crafted.
Peacock Alley bedding celebrates classic embroideries in unique ways. The Emma printed sateen bed collection brings depth and color to your bedding ensemble with a geometric, dotted, diamond pattern. Emma is masterfully printed on 300 thread count sateen fabric with a beautiful single row satin stitch on the sheeting hem. Peacock Alley bedding embroidery colors really pop, with neutrals and punchy hues to match mountain retreats or beach bungalows. Choose from Romantic patterns like Concerto in black above, or more modern style like Stanza.
By sourcing fabric from the finest, most responsible mills around the world - most notably in Portugal - and having them sewn in their Dallas, Texas workshop by skilled, local artisans, Peacock Alley creates high end, luxury linens that you can feel good about purchasing. Peacock Alley has a particularly large selection of matelasse, the three hundred year old French tradition of quilted bedding. The Juliet Matelasse is perfect for summer nights, as is the Montauk Matelasse, shown below in 5 colors.
For bath, Peacock Alley bring their same dedication to softness and impeccable feel. The plush Jubilee bath towels with their subtle cross cut pattern pair perfectly with Peacock Alley matelasse and the super fluffy Tiffany bath rug.
For the finishing touch on any room in the house, look to Peacock Alley for fantastic throw pillows, which match with any of their bedding collections, or stand alone on armchairs or couches. The classically piped Mandalay pillows are some of our go to accessories,
While the Malibu pillows mimic the softness of the California coast at daybreak. The subtle, yet complex design of the jacquard ebbs and flows like water and we think is Peacock Alley's most unique pattern.