Duvet Cover

DENY Susanne Kasielke

Susanne Kasielke Soft Geometric Marks Duvet Cover

$149.00

MSRP: $0.00

Susanne Kasielke Soft Geometric Marks Duvet Cover

MSRP: $159.00


Product Details

Description

Give your duvet the makeover it deserves. The Deny duvet cover is one of the easiest ways to transform a stale bedspread into a design-forward statement piece. This ultra soft, woven duvet cover is machine washable and made from 100% polyester, featuring your favorite design on the top and a crisp white on the bottom. Comes with optional matching pillow sham(s), depending on size. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.

Details & Product Specs

  • Twin/XL: 68" X 88"
  • Queen/Full L: 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)= 1 standard sham

King duvet cover and pillow sham(s)= 1 standard sham

  • Fabric: 100% woven polyester with art printed top side
  • Interior ties to attache down comforter to duvet cover
  • Closure: Hidden zipper
  • Optional sham: polyester printed top side with solid back side that includes center envelope closure
  • Estimated ship date: 5-10 business days
  • Every order custom printed in the USA

Warranty

If you are not satisfied with your products you can return them within 30 days.  Wholesale orders are not eligible for returns or exchanges unless the product is deemed defective.

Care

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

About the Artist

susanne kasielke

German artist, illustrator and surface designer Susanne Kasielke is a pencil fanatic, obsessive to-do list writer, memory collector, and she's always searching for new flower adventures. Susanne has a master’s degree in graphic design and fine arts. All of her work integrates multiple mediums and techniques (from photography to abstract texture), that she brings together on the computer. Susanne calls it: digital collage.

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