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Pimlada Phuapradit Folk Floral Blue Bed In A Bag


folk floral blue

Bed In A Bag

by pimlada phuapradit


  • Artist: pimlada phuapradit

    Art Title: folk floral blue

    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 sham, a 16” x 16” throw pillow, and tote bag

    -Bed in a bag Full/Queen & King Duvet Cover comes with two shams, a 18” x 18” throw pillow, and tote bag

Get To Know The Artist You're Supporting

Pimlada Phuapradit

Bangpai, Thailand

Pimlada Phuapradit is an artist and designer at Pim-Pimlada Studio, based in Bangkok, Thailand. She earned BA in Textile design from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, (RMIT), Australia and worked as a knitwear and surface pattern designer in Bangkok. Her love for drawing led her to pursue further training in figurative and narrative arts. In 2011, she received MFA (Illustration as Visual Essay) from the School of Visual Arts (SVA),New York. Today, Pim continues to work in the field of surface pattern design while consistently incorporate illustrative elements into her pattern designs. She loves drawing colorful tiny details and designing characters, inspired by her pet dogs and rabbit.