pillow sham

warm spectrum rainbow  BY cori dantini
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DENY Cori Dantini

Cori Dantini Warm Spectrum Rainbow Pillow Shams

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$29.00

MSRP: $0.00


Deny Designs is for wholesale customers only.



Product Details

Description

Transform your tired pillows. The Deny Designs pillow sham is the simple way to breathe life back into your old pillows. Rest your head on the super soft pillow sham available in cotton or polyester with an envelope style pillow enclosure which ensures a snug fit. Art printed on the top with the reverse side being a clean crisp white. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.

Details & Product Specs

Material Features

Cotton

  • Lightweight cotton fabric, 200 Thread Count
  • Cotton is naturally temperature regulating and more breathable which helps keep you cool in warmer temps and warm in cooler temps.

Polyester

  • Premium microfiber polyester, 90 gsm (equivalent to 300 thread count)

Sizing

  • Standard - 26" x 20"
  • King - 36" X 20"

Product Description

  • Art Printed front white backside
  • Back features centered envelope closure
  • Estimated ship date: 3-5 business days
  • Every order custom printed in the USA

Warranty

Wholesale orders are not eligible for returns or exchanges unless the product is deemed defective.

Care

Cotton:
Machine Wash cold with with like colors or alone. Tumble dry low. Do not bleach.

Polyester:
Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low. Do not bleach or iron

About the Artist

cori dantini

Cori Dantini would love to dress like her paper ladies and explore the world in their skirts and buns and neat little boots, but she is far too practical for that. In fact, she spends much of her time in her studio in eastern Washington, covered in a mosaic of ink stains and glue dabs, bits of wordy paper clinging to her slippers. After earning a BFA in painting from Washington State University and spending a couple decades fiddling with brushes, oils, pencils, markers, and most recently, the mouse attached to her computer, she has discovered an organic process involving layers and language. It is this mysterious, reciprocal quality of art that intrigues her and makes her think of her works as visual poems.

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