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Lara Kulpa Abstract Sounds Bed In A Bag

$259.00 $179.00

abstract sounds

Bed In A Bag

by lara kulpa

$259.00 $179.00


Lara Kulpa Abstract Sounds Bed In A Bag
Lara Kulpa Abstract Sounds Bed In A Bag
  • The answer to the always difficult how do you style a bed question just got a whole lot easier with the introduction of the DENY Designs Bed in a Bag. Or as we like to call it, Bed in a Tote. That's right, we've created a one-stop-shop for all your bedding needs. In one click of the add to bag button you have an ultra-soft, lightweight woven polyester printed duvet cover, pairing shams (one sham with a Twin), a matching 16" throw pillow, that is delivered to you in a tote bag of the same design. These swoon worthy sleep sets are what dreams are made of.

    -One-stop shop for your bed – Shop our matching sets or limited edition coordinating sets and get everything you need to make your bed!

    -Tote – for your books, groceries, as a Friday night purse!

    -Shams (one with twin two with queen or king)

    -Duvet Cover – with 100% polyester white printed top side and 100% polyester white bottom side

    - Interior ties to attach down comforter to duvet cover

    - Closure: Hidden zipper

    -Optional Comforter Insert sold separately

    -16" x 16" throw pillow with Twin XL

    -18’ X18” throw pillow with Queen or King

    -Eligible for return or exchange on entire set only

    -Bed in a bag with a Twin XL Duvet Cover, comes with one standard 28" X 20" sham, a 16” x 16” throw pillow, and a 17" X 17" tote bag

    -Bed in a bag Full/Queen & comes with two standard 28" X 20" shams, a 18” x 18” throw pillow, and a 17" X 17" tote bag

    -BED IN A BAG KING SIZE & COMES WITH TWO KING 36" X 20" KING SHAMS, A 18” X 18” THROW PILLOW, AND A 17" X 17" TOTE BAG

    Base fabric color of all items in bed-in-a-bag is white

Get To Know The Artist You're Supporting


Lara Kulpa

Hagaman, New York

Lara’s a person of many artistic passions. She's almost entirely self-taught, with the exception of some beginner’s college courses in acrylic painting, sculpture, and jewelry making. The rest of her courses dealt with the study of animals, which prepared her for her profession as a zookeeper until she found herself without a job after 9/11. Lara then took her passion for making beautiful things to the Internet, where she became a web designer and Internet marketing specialist, before moving into the world of social media. She buries herself in her art and jewelry as often as she possibly can, as it’s incredibly therapeutic for her. Through her art, Lara hopes to bring vibrancy and harmony into the lives of those who truly believe that the world is just a little too "blah" without the beauty of color in their home.