CMYKaren Abstract Watercolor Duvet Cover


abstract watercolor

Duvet Cover

by cmykaren


Duvet Cover

Artist: cmykaren

Art Title: abstract watercolor

Turn your basic, boring down comforter into the super stylish focal point of your bedroom. Offered in two different styles, you just can’t go wrong with a DENY Duvet. Our Lightweight Duvet is made from an ultra soft, lightweight woven polyester printed cream top with a 100% polyester cream bottom. The Luxe Duvet is made from a heavy-weight luxurious woven polyester printed white top with a 50% cotton/50% polyester cream bottom. Both styles are amazing in their own right and include a hidden zipper with interior corner ties to secure your comforter. It’s comfy, fade-resistant, machine washable and custom printed for each and every customer.

- Lightweight Fabric: Lightweight 100% woven polyester printed cream top side with 100% polyester cream bottom side

- Luxe Fabric: Heavy-weight 100% woven polyester printed white top side with 50/50 poly/cotton cream bottom side

- Interior ties to attach down comforter to duvet cover

- Closure: Hidden zipper

- Optional sham: Polyester printed top side with cream back side that includes center envelope closure.

— Optional Comforter Insert: 100% cotton sateen weave with 100% microfiber polyester fill (Final Sale)

- Machine wash cold on gentle cycle. Tumble dry low. Do not bleach or iron.

- Custom made for every order

- Estimated Ship Date: 5 – 10 business days

- Duvet covers are eligible for a return or exchange in new condition within 30 days


Twin: 68" x 88"

Queen: 88" x 88"

King: 104" x 88"


Standard: 28" x 20"

King: 36" x 20"

(Please note there is a 1"-2" tolerance on all printed textile products)

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Jacksonville, Florida

Karen Kurycki is CMYKaren. She’s a designer/illustrator living in Jacksonville, FL and has been experimenting with watercolor since her days at Kent State University. Karen likes the unpredictability and surprises of watercolor. Her view of the world is seen as humorous, quirky, slightly off "normal", which she tries to communicate through her artwork. In her spare time, Karen enjoys collecting '80s paraphernalia, creating custom t-shirts for every home Jaguars game, singing karaoke, or spending time volunteering (Jacksonville Chapter of AIGA or mentoring high school students with Discover Design).