Calming blue hues are perfect for the bedroom, where rest and relaxation is key. This Marimekko duvet features the 1964 Seireeni (Siren) pattern by Maija Isola, which feels both retro and timelessly modern in its clean, curving lines. A river of navy blue flows down the center with icy blue on one side and rainy blue on the other. The reverse is this same solid navy blue for cohesive contrast when folded back, or for a new, simpler look when displayed the opposite way. The duvet cover opens and closes with buttons to insert and remove your own comforter of choice, and inner corner ties ensure it stays in place. The matching shams feature and overlap closure for a seamless fit and beautifully made bed. Both made from 100% cotton percale, the duvet cover and shams are conveniently machine washable to stay crisp and comfortable for countless sleeps to come.
This set includes: One duvet cover and two king shams.
Shams measure: 36" L x 20" W (91 x 51 cm)
About Percale: A high-quality weave, percale has a noticeably tighter weave that allows for a higher thread count which makes the sheets softer to the touch. Medium in weight, the fabric is matte with no additional sheen or shine but the texture is very smooth and able to resist warping and washes exceptionally well.
Care: Machine washable. Follow instructions on tag.
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