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House in Style

Rimini duvet cover

House in Style

Rimini duvet cover

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The Rimini duvet cover is made of 100% satin cotton. The duvet cover and the matching pillowcases are finished with a contrasting subtle embroidered piping. When it comes to satin, many people think of the shiny, cheaper fabric. However, this is synthetic

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Rimini duvet cover

For lovers of a more classical look, Rimini is the duvet cover par excellence. It is made of 100% satin cotton and feels incredibly soft. The cover is finished with a subtle embroidered piping. Available in white with taupe or off-black stitching. 

When it comes to satin, many people think of the shiny, cheaper fabric. However, this is synthetic satin and utterly incomparable to cotton satin. Satin cotton appeals to a large group of people because it is so incredibly soft. So, once you belong to this group, you will never want anything else!
House in Style selects only the finest satin cotton, with a minimum thread count of 300. This means that 300 threads per square inch are used in weaving the fabric. The higher the thread count, the finer the threads, the softer the fabric will feel.

Size chart     
     
140 - 220 cm  40 cm straight tuck-in flap  excluding pillowcases
200 - 220 cm  40 cm straight tuck-in flap  excluding pillowcases
240 - 220 cm  40 cm straight tuck-in flap  excluding pillowcases
260 - 240 cm  40 cm straight tuck-in flap  excluding pillowcases
set 140 - 220 cm + (1) 60 - 70 cm  40 cm straight tuck-in flap  including pillowcases
set 240 - 220 cm + (2) 60 - 70 cm  40 cm straight tuck-in flap  including pillowcases
     
 More information on the sizes Click here   

 

Product specifications   
   
manufacture  Portugal
fabric  satin cotton, 300 tc
fabric specifications  click here 
washing instructions  click here