In colonial days, floor rugs in the bed chamber were made of worsted yarn, usually white, red, green or blue in color. The pillows and pillow-biers were manufactured of white-linen or canvas and the former stuffed with feathers. The sheets were oznaburg, canvas, brown or white holland. Prominent to the chamber were the plain leather trunk and chest.
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