With the Martex Hableland Field Notes Comforter Set, sisters and textile designers Susan and Katharine Hable apply their fresh, contemporary aesthetic to the heritage Martex brand. The trendsetting sisters’ timeless style offers eye-catching designs for those who do not shy away from bright, vibrant, fashion-forward colors and bold geometric patterns. The Martex Hableland Field Notes Comforter Set flaunts whimsical wildflowers on one side and a painterly check print on the other. The comforter and shams are made of 100% Cotton fabric for a super-soft finish, so you’ll enjoy a good night’s sleep in superior comfort. The Martex Hableland Field Notes Comforter Set is designed for ease of care; it’s machine washable and dryer safe. And, with its neutral palette, the comforter set pairs perfectly with the Martex Hableland Bounty Sheet Set. Comforter: Machine wash cold on gentle cycle with similar colors. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low, remove promptly. Shams: Machine wash warm with similar colors. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry medium, remove promptly. Warm iron as needed.
- Set made of 100% Cotton fabric for softness and comfort; comforter fill: 100% Polyester
- Features floral print (Wildflower) on front and a painterly check pattern (Footpath) on reverse
- Shams feature convenient center-back overlap closures to easily add inserts
- Neutral palette pairs perfectly with the Martex Hableland Bounty Sheet Set
- Machine washable and dryer safe
- Twin: Comforter: 68"W x 94"L; Sham: 20"W x 26"L
- Full/Queen: Comforter: 90"W x 94"L; Shams: 20"W x 26"L
- King: Comforter: 108"W x 94"L; Shams: 20"W x 36"L
About the Hableland Sisters
Long known as darlings of the textile and design industries, Athens, GA-based sisters Susan and Katharine Hable layer color, texture, and form fusing an authentic sophistication and sturdy timelessness into all of their work. Hable Design creates bold graphic designs featuring Susan’s colorful hand-drawn patterns and shapes that over the years have become the hallmark of their aesthetic. The sisters founded their design company, Hable Construction, in New York City in 1999. Susan and Katharine named Hable Construction after their Texan great grandfather’s twentieth century road construction business.