Croscill has been a leader in home fashion, particularly in the bedroom, for decades. The company's line of bedding is both unique, high-quality and generally affordable.
Pros: Croscill offers around 100 different bedding ensembles to choose from. Whether you prefer Croscill's popular Home line or something more luxurious from the Croscill White Label line, there's a good chance that you'll be able to find the pattern that suits your bedroom. If you want to take more of a risk, consider something from the Croscill District line of contemporary urban bedding. Croscill bedding ensembles include everything you could want for your bed, including a comforter set, sheets, pillow shams and throw pillows. Some sets even offer wallpaper borders, window treatments and bathroom accessories that allow you to totally coordinate your bedroom and attached bathroom decor.
Cons: If decorating doesn't come easy to you, shopping for Croscill bedding can be a bit intimidating. These aren't your typical beige flannel sheets. The patterns are bold and can become the focal point of a room. If you don't really care what your sheets look or feel like, maybe you should take a trip to your local department store instead. On the other hand, if you're dedicated to creating a bedroom that looks and feels luxurious, then Croscill is a name you'll want to check out.
Overall: It's certainly not hard to find bedding that's cheaper than Croscill. If you look hard enough, you'll probably be able to find bedding that's more comfortable, as well. You'll have a very hard time matching Croscill products in terms of aesthetics, though. Croscill bedding is refined and sophisticated in a way that is, for the most part, unmatched.