Ikebana inspiration for your personal space. A botanical pigment print in burnt oranges, greens and rust with brown branches is scattered across a soft white background. Reversible cotton duvet cover has flap closures. Duvet inserts also available. -100% cotton -Soft 220-thread-count -Machine wash -Made in Portugal
Bright white Portuguese cotton in a richly textured matelasse weave neatly dresses a box spring or foundation for a tailored, finished look. Complements virtually any bed linens. -100% cotton percale -430-gram matelasse -200-thread-count cotton platform -9 drop -Machine wash -Made in Portugal
White medallions trellis on citron in soothing geometrics inspired by Moroccan tiles. Reversible duvet cover features a hidden button closure at the bottom and interior fabric ties to hold the insert in place. Duvet inserts and bed pillows also available.Limited-time offer ends February 20, 2013.
A concentric doodle plays positive-negative in designer Annika Rimala's 1963 pattern Pippurikera (pepper ball). The large-scale design is reflective of her transition away from small prints as her popularity grew, culminating in her 20-year leadership of Marimekko's design department. Known for larger-than-life imagery and bold colors that reflect the youth culture of the 1960s, Pippurikera is a blossoming standard of Annika Rimala's iconic work. Duvet cover has positive-negative pattern on reverse, with hidden button closure at bottom and interior fabric ties to hold the insert in place. Duvet inserts and bed pillows also available. -Pattern designed by Annika Rimala; 1963 -100% cotton sateen -300-thread-count -Duvet cover patterns white on navy; reverses to navy on white -Machine wash cold -Made in Pakistan