Fall asleep wrapped in the ultimate in comfort with this Supima Cotton Luxury Down Comforter. The 400-thread count, 100% Supima cotton with a half inch dobby stripe pattern and white satin corded trim provides a smooth and soft surface with a touch of classic design.
Fall asleep wrapped in the ultimate in comfort with this Supima Cotton Luxury Down Comforter. The 400-thread count, 100% Supima cotton with a half inch dobby stripe pattern and white satin corded trim provides a smooth and soft surface with a touch of classic design. The fill is luxuriously warm and soft, 550-fill power white duck down. Enjoy the benefits of our sewn-through design and Barrier Weave® down proof fabric.
Our Hyperclean® down has been washed up to eight times with biodegradable cleaning agents, making sure dust and dirt has been filtered out. This unique cleaning process ensures the comforter will be fluffy and lofty longer and is backed by our Allergy Free Warranty®. For an easier way to make your bed, the convenient duvet loops secure your comforter to whatever decorative duvet fits your style.
||Eurobox White satin trim
||400 thread count, 100% Cotton Barrier Weave® down proof fabric
||550 fill power Hyperclean® White Duck Down
||Twin: 68x88" Full/ Queen: 90x98" King: 108x98" Dimensions are based off fabric shell before filling. Size may slightly vary.
|Country of Origin
||Made in the USA of Imported Materials
||30 Night Comfort Guarantee 3 Year Limited Warranty
||Machine wash in a large capacity, non-central agitator washer with mild soap on the gentle cycle, then spin dry. Tumble dry on low heat for several hours. Dry cleaning is also recommended.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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