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Scallop Embroidery 300 Thread Count Cotton Percale 3-piece Duvet Cover Set
This glorious woven duvet cover set will add a romantic feel to any bedroom space. A scalloped border is enchanting, while the button closure makes removing the duvet a breeze. The 300-thread count construction is luxurious and inviting.
ITEM#: 13103627A beautiful embroidered scallop design adorns this cool and crisp duvet cover set. This bedding set features 300 thread count cotton percale weave construction.
Protect your comforter, and add simple style to your bedroom with this three-piece duvet cover set. The cover is designed to fit over your comforter and is machine washable for easy and convenient care. The cover installs with secure buttons, so putting it on is an easy and quick process. Available in two distinct sizes, this duvet cover set is available in a variety of colors that complement any existing decorating scheme. This product cradles your body and puts you in a warm and relaxing mood, allowing you to rest calmly and thoroughly as you sleep under its soft, plush layers.
- Set includes: Duvet cover and two shams
- Thread count: 300
- Fabric detail: Woven
- Weave: Percale
- Closing: Button
- Style: Solid
- Pattern: Solid with embroidered scallop border
- Color options: White, blue, sage, taupe, rose
- Materials: 100-percent cotton
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Duvet cover: 88 inches wide x 92 inches long
- Shams: 20 inches wide x 26 inches long
- Duvet cover: 106 inches wide x 92 inches long
- Shams: 20 inches wide x 36 inches long
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|Model Number||DVS 300 PSP|
|Color||Black Blue Brown Green Red White|
|Material||Cotton Percale Cotton|
|Set Include||3 Piece|
|Tags||Classic Comfortable Cozy Decorative Fluffy Quality Soft Softest Summer Warm Winter|
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I have been searching for something to give me the Matouk look without the cost. I'm simply not ready for that investment with 2 babies. The blue is a beautiful blue; not too light/baby blue. The scallop detail is gorgeous with thick threading. They certainly did not skimp on the number of loops.Read More
Great cotton. Nice and crisp, just like your grandmother's sheets back in the day. None of that gross "wrinkle free" cotton, that make sheets hot, and does who knows what to the environment. Just be aware there are no corner ties to fascilitate attaching the duvet. Not an insurmountable problem given the price.Read More
Not a thick lush duvet but pretty and light weight - as other reviewers commented on. Using it in guess room so it will not get heavy use, however if I were to put on my own bed for nightly use, I may have returned for a heavier quality cotton.Read More
Purchased the rose duvet cover and was extremely and pleasantly surprised! The rose color is a beautiful pale pink. I was concerned that the t rose would be more red than pink) but it is truly a beautiful satin shade of pastel pink. It looks like it would belong in a 5 star hotel. I have not washed it yet, but I can say it is ready to be used (no chemical smell or anything). If you love scallop embroidery like I do and wish to have a high thread count cool crisp sheets this is for you.Read More
Good quality. High end hotel look and feel. The embroidery is classy and clean.Read More
No flaws, looks very nice, quite affordable. Pillow covers get a tad wrinkly in the dryer but I wanted a duvet cover that I could throw in the wash with lots of bleach and have it hold up. Has lived up to my expectations.Read More
I ordered the white on white and am very pleased with this purchase. It is on the thin side BUT with white pillows and a white comforter it is just fine. I haven't washed it as yet, but it fit the wool comforter I purchased on Overstock perfectly. There is something about the look of white linens and a white duvet that makes climbing into bed a wonderful experience. Everything so fresh and clean...aaaaaaahhhhh!Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello mollyk2, The "Rose" option is more of a pink color. Feel free to contact us with any other questions. Thanks for shopping with us!
Pink. A beautiful pastel satin pink.
Is it possible to purchase additional matching pillow slips...thanks
Hello camber24, thank you for your interest in the Scallop Embroidery 300 Thread Count Cotton Percale 3-piece Duvet Cover Set. Unfortunately, the pillowcases are not sold separately. Thank you for shopping with us and have a great day!
Is the white a bright crisp white or is it more toward ivory?
Hello kfromb, thank you for your interest in the Scallop Embroidery 300 Thread Count Cotton Percale 3-piece Duvet Cover Set. The white is a true white. Thank you for shopping with us and have a great day!
Bright white, not ivory at all!
Where is this product made?
Hello remaincalmandkeepshopping, thank you for your interest in the Scallop Embroidery 300 Thread Count Cotton Percale 3-piece Duvet Cover Set. This set was made in Switzerland. Thank you for shopping with us and have a great day!
Are there ties in the corners to keep the insert in place?
This duvet cover does not have ties in the corners.
No ties. I use duvet clips purchased at BB & beyond. They work great.
Bed Sheet Thread Count Fact Sheet
The thread count of bed sheets refers to the number of threads per square inch of fabric. For example, if a square inch of fabric in a 300-thread count sheet with a standard weave were examined closely, 150 vertical threads and 150 horizontal threads would be counted, for a sum total of 300. The higher the thread count, the softer and smoother the sheets will be. Thread count is an important consideration to take when choosing a new set of sheets, but it should not be used as a sole indicator of quality. Equally important in choosing a bed sheet is the type and quality of the materials used as well as the fabric's weave.
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