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Leo Duvet Cover, Brown, King

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Estimated Delivery Sep 27 - Oct 2nd
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Item Description

Loosely named for Leonardo da Vinci, our Leo duvet is a soft, silky cotton sateen jacquard. A lustrous, enigmatic abstraction that toggles between timeworn tapestry and contemporary paint splatter, Leo is a decidedly modern statement with the look of well-loved velvet.

Features

  • 100% cotton.
  • Button closure.

About AREA

AREA is a new york-based company that creates and manufacturers beautiful bedding and home accessories. Swedish founder Anki Spets started AREA in 1990 to continue the Scandinavian tradition of smart design for everyday. Original design, comfort, and natural fibers are key facets of all AREA products, which are designed to be mixed and matched.
Dimensions
  • Overall: 104"W x 86"L
Specifications
  • Size: King
  • Color: Brown
  • Weight: 3 lbs.
Material
  • Cotton
Shipping
  • Weight: 4 Lbs
  • Ships Ground
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Care
  • Machine Wash On Low Heat And Tumble Dry On Cool. Do Not Bleach.
Made in
  • Portugal
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