Flower Basket needlepunch bedspread (1972)
Sears “Flower Basket.” The brilliant beauty of needlepunch.
Sears revives an American Colonial design. And an almost lost American art form — needlepunch. The deep dimension of the Flower Basket design is created by hand guiding each yarn loop through the fabric.
And what yarns these are! They’re an acrylic fiber that makes colors super-bright and beautiful against the off-white rayon and cotton blend background. Flower Basket is trimmed with fringe, and is easily dry-cleaned.
Mediterranean-look bedspread with baroque medallion pattern (1970s)
Carthage II. Mediterranean-inspired baroque medallion pattern woven in rich contrasting colors with two-toned braided fringe detailing.
Throw-style spreads. Rounded corners. Trimmed with 6-inch long braided fringe detail.
PERMA-PREST fabric needs no ironing when machine washed, separately, warm and tumble dried. A modern blend of 62% cotton, 38% acetate, weighing 13 ounces per square yard. Colors: Eggshell/Tawny Mushroom — Ebony/ruby — Ebony and pearl — Ebony/gold
Coordinating vintage yellow bedspread and sheets (1975)
Sunshine and flowers. Priced for the new way of life.
Our bedroom coordinates bring indoors the joy. the vibrant color, the freshness of outdoors. Without molting you pay dearly for it.
Because at Pacific, we take the high out of cost and put it bock into living.
“Paper Rose” sheets, ruffled or plain pillowcases to match. “Lauri” bedspread and matching drapes. In yellow and four other colors. Sheer curtains, full 5″ bottom hem. In white and six other colors.
Shiny satiny deep red retro bedspread
1970s Karim and Bokhara textured bedspreads
Throw-style spreads “with woven-in Mid-eastern designs”
Kirei – Lustrous raised floral design vintage 70s bedspread
An exquisite striking display of Oriental charm… richly detailed for a tri-dimensional effect. Accented with a two-tone, 5-inch braded fringe.
Colors: Ming Blue with White, Mandarin Orange with Yellow.
Vintage Bicentennial design quilted bedspread (1976)
From Italy with love: Vintage Sears Bellissimo bedspreads.
The most beautiful bedspreads in the world are made in the province of Lombardy. There, in a remote hillside village, tapestry weaving is still a living art.
On the looms of today, Italian craftsmen weave bedspreads like their ancestors wove during the Renaissance. Spreads that are thick, luxurious, and heavy in fringe.
Just one look and you’ll know why Sears calls these classic tapestries “Bellissimo.” And imports them just for you.
In twenty color combinations, five designs. All easily dry-cleaned. In every size, even king and queen. At most larger Sears, Roebuck and Co. stores, and in the catalog.
Elegant tapestry-look spreads on deep-textured double-cloth fabric
Bellinzona. From Italy. A soft, double layer of cloth with a quilted surface effect… made on Jacquard looms.
Mikado by Bloomcraft vintage bedspreads at Breuners (1974)
An oriental collage of beautifully balanced designs printed in nature’s own colorings of sun-golds, sky blues or earth-hues. The “Mikado” collection of bedspreads, draperies, and decorative pillows.
Matelasse raised weave design – Ivy design ’70s bedspread
Ivy leaves look like satin on a textured background. Colors: Autumn Spice and Orange — Silver and Wheat — Gold and Olive — Fiesta Cranberry and Pink — Royal Navy and Green
Vintage 1970s Blossomtime & Rose Garden patterned bedspreads
Retro mod psychedelic black and white patterned bedspread
Reversible bedspread with rich, baroque medallion design
From Italy: Mantua. Three separate yarn-dyed cloths woven together for a heavier, more durable spread. Color dominance changes when reversed.
Colors: Fiesta Red with beige and pink — Jungle Grass/blue/turquoise — Ebony/ecru/brown
From the Orient: Raised-weave matelasse soft floral pattern spread
Mizu. Subdued splendor of the Far East displayed in striking Oriental waterfall pattern. Spreads, imported from Japan, are woven of 60% rayon and 40% cotton.
Laced with deep, 6-inch fringe. Throw style, rounded corners. Colors: Autumn Orange light & Lotus green.
From Spain: Dorado & Alicante 1970s bedspread designs
Hand-loomed look with ageless Spanish design: Dorado.
Spirited, dramatic pattern inspired by medieval Spanish culture. Room brightening as well as long-wearing.
Throw style with graceful rounded corners. Full size accented with complementary 5-inch fringe; twin size has 3-inch. Colors: Regal blue — Poppy Orange light
Reversible Mediterranean-look pattern of deep hues: Alicante.
Color dominance changes when spread is reversed. Throw style, rounded corners. 4-inch fringe. Colors: Fiesta Red with ebony — True brown with white — Emerald Green bright with blue.
Vintage Cannon Royal Family Roman Holiday bedspread pattern (1973)
Vintage Shaker-style red and white patterned bedspread & sheets (1975)
Vintage 1970s bedspreads: Hand-screened linen prints (1971)
You’ve scoured the stores. So you know. Bedspreads with hand-screened imported linen prints can be pretty expensive.
Not this time! This exquisite Seniors bedspread is a marvelous buy. It’s beautifully made. The imported linen facing is quilted onto a firm white cotton back. Thickly filled with Sears own Duro-Puff polyester. With corded seams, blindstitched hems.
The colors glow with beauty, the pattern is inspired by antique crewel embroidery. And both bedspread and matching pinch-pleated draperies are easily dry-cleaned.
1970s bedding: “Rajah.” Sears fresh translation of the Far East.
It started at a museum show of India art. This rare lotus-and-arch design shone out, and captured our eye. From there, it was a matter of turning it into a beautiful bedspread for you.
Delicate colors dyed into lustrous taffeta acetate. Backing of sturdy cotton. And unusual square quilting to set off the unique design.
Showers of Flowers needlepunch 1970s bedspread
Sears Showers of Flowers. The brilliant beauty of needlepunch.
How on earth do you capture such glorious colors? It’s not easy. It takes a nearly forgotten craft called needlepunch. With tufting actually hand-guided to give colors deep dimension. It takes special yarns, too — yarns that are super-bright and beautiful.
It takes special yarns, too — yarns that are super-bright and beautiful. And then it takes the know-how of an award-winning designer like Dorothy Liebes to set these colors off. In bedspreads. In matching draperies.
Maypole multicolor floral print bedspreads from the seventies
Floral vintage 1970s bedspreads in pink, yellow or blue
Mod floral retro seventies bedspreads – Green, red, yellow blue
Blue polyester quilted queen-size bedspread from the seventies
Frilled country-style bedding set and curtains in blue
Cozy old-fashioned bedding patterns from Waverly Fabrics
Remember when bedrooms were cozy and so comfortable? Waverly remembers with this nostalgically designed setting featuring the flower-strewn Sister Prints “Branford” and “Branford Stripe.”
The draperies, comforter, pillows and shams are all ruffled and eyelet-edged and they’re all by Waverly, all for you. Companion wall-coverings available too.
Choose Waverly for beautiful bedrooms where dreams come true. At leading stores.
1970s Vera designs are outlined-quilted all over Burlington House bedspreads
Springmaid Printilism bedding coordinates
A medley of pattern played against pattern, inspired by the print-mix sophistication of Art Deco: Fantasy and Mirage.
Donald Brooks designer bedding — Floral print ensembles
Groovy geometric, Gypsy-style print and fitted cane print
Plaid and ‘American Indian style’ design home decor
Popular bedspreads — Gingham-style and denim-look decor
Simple retro ribcord bedspreads with matching café curtains
Mediterranean-style bedspread with sham and bright multicolored poppy print quilt
Luxurious deep-pile bedspreads in exotic animal prints and faux fur
Quilted reversible bedspreads- flower and solid – blue, gold and pink
Floral quilted bedspreads with elegant ball fringe
Super bold happy floral print bedspreads — daisies and springtime patterns
Canopy beds with ruffles and flounces in pink gingham and polka dots
Double-ruffled flounce canopy bedding with big flowers in sunbeam yellow, blue and orchid pink
Canopy bed coordinates with frills and ruffles
Schiffli embroidered quilt-top bedspread with 2-tier ruffles, and a retro Penn-Prest floral quilt-top bedspread for these vintage canopy beds
Shiny bedspreads with lovely flower print and acetate satin solid colors
Cheerful wildflower print and floral bouquet print retro bedding
Cotton chenille tufted pastel rose bedspread & medallion pattern throw
Retro floral-weave bedspreads with textured jacquard designs
Quilted coverlets and bedding with Penn-Prest floral prints and patchwork-style prints
Polyester bedspreads and shams in colorful floral prints
’70s Floral-printed quilted bedroom throws with matching drapes
Old-fashioned quilted cotton garden flower print bedspreads
Acrylic crushed velvet bedspreads from the ’70s — including cut velvet flowers
Floral pattern ’70s bedspreads & sheets: Multicolor floral print in pussywillow design
Floral and scalloped bedspreads
Huge flowers on reversible comforters from the ’70s
Hand-guided outline quilting for blue, pink and gold color schemes
Matchables — Curtains, valances and coordinated bedding in white floral design
Cotton quilts with matching accessories — Antique autos and snowflake prints
Reversible quilts in patchwork and ginghams
Canopy bed ensemble & American eagle design
White flowers on bold colored backgrounds
Cannon’s Dogwood florals in blue, pink & gold – sheets and towels
Wamsutta Paint Box & Uptown bedspreads
Beautiful bedspreads in prints by Wamsutta that go from washer to dryer to bed, without the touch of an iron
Paint Box: brilliantly-hued abstract floral throw style spread with fringed edges. Machine-wash; tumble dry. Of 50% Fortrel polyester, 50% cotton . . . with 2% built-in shrinkage control. Gold, pink or blue.
Uptown: throw style fashion bedspread with ball-fringed edges. Overall floral pattern on black with a dash of white and yellow. Woven of 50% cotton, 50% Fortrel polyester, machine washable; no-iron; with 2% shrinkage control.
Real decorator luxury in a reversible comforter
Beautiful, bold and bright. Floral pattern can be the focal point in your bedroom decor; what’s mreo is it reverses to a solid color.
Quilted flowery coverlets with pleated bed ruffles
70s geometric print and huge daisy print bedspreads
Spanish-style and early-American-style designs on retro bedding
Retro jacquard weave textured bedspreads in 6 colors
Flocked floral canopy coordinated bedding in blue, pink and gold
Canopy beds with lace trim and patchwork style bedding
No-iron quilted bedspreads in solid colors
Quilted bedspreads, draperies & valances — Geometric and floral prints
Printed floral bedroom coordinates & fitted-style polyester bedspread
Elegant damask bedroom ensemble and Penn-Prest floral stripe decor
Elegant bedroom ensembles with an Austrian-style flocked bedspread and quilted decor
Snoopy & Peanuts ‘Love is a Friend’ bedspread and bedroom decor
Retro kids’ patterned sheets and bedding from the seventies
Chevron stripes and bold, bright plaid cotton bedspreads
Leopard, bandana print and nautical design throw-style bedspreads
Dive into this ’70s bedding from the 1973 JC Penney catalog
Retro 70s bedding with Katie — Vintage Holly Hobbie-like doll
Retro kids’ bedspreads — Happy little creature, painted fence and big-league baseball prints
NFL Football print, patriotic red/white/blue & heroes, villians and friends 70s bedspreads for kids
DON’T MISS THIS: 70 beautiful vintage canopy beds from the 1970s