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    Land Of Lulu Dream Ride Duvet Cover

    $169.00 $149.00

    dream ride

    Duvet Cover

    by land of lulu

    $169.00 $149.00


    Land Of Lulu Dream Ride Duvet Cover
    Land Of Lulu Dream Ride Duvet Cover
    Sample Sale Duvet Cover

    Turn your basic, boring down comforter into the super stylish focal point of your bedroom. Our Lightweight Duvet is made from an ultra soft, lightweight woven polyester fabric with an art printed top side. Our lightweight duvet includes 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.

    - Fabric: 100% woven polyester with art printed top side

    - Interior ties to attach down comforter to duvet cover

    - Closure: Hidden zipper

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

    - 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/XL: 68" x 88"

    -Queen/Full: 88" x 88"

    -King: 104" x 88"

    -Shams:

    -Standard: 28" x 20"

    -King: 36" x 20"

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

    Twin/XL Duvet Cover and Pillow Sham(s) = 1 Standard Sham

    Queen Duvet Cover and Pillow Sham(s) = 2 Standard Shams

    King Duvet Cover and Pillow Sham(s) = 2 King Shams

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    Land Of Lulu

    Fayetteville, Arkansas

    While most people call her Leah, her husband nicknamed her Lulu and it’s a name that’s stuck. While Leah is working on laundry and dinner, Lulu is climbing a tree. While Leah is busy being ‘grown up’, Lulu gets to paint and create with abandon. Painting has always been a passion of Leah’s. Even while pursuing a more ‘practical’ degree in college, she continued to take art classes any chance she could (and doodled religiously in all her other classes). Becoming a stay at home mom with her new baby allowed Leah to paint more than ever before while also discovering her love of all things outside, providing her with an endless source of inspiration and an enjoyable time in the Land of Lulu.