Like a work of art, ÅLANDSROT duvet cover catches your eye with its expressive tulip pattern. The pattern was first created in the 1800’s and can be found at Musée de l'Impression sur Etoffes in France.
The cotton/lyocell blend absorbs and draws moisture away from your body and keeps you dry all night long.Extra soft and durable quality since the bedlinen is densely woven from fine yarn.The buttons keep the comforter in place.200 thread count.Thread count indicates the number of threads per square inch of fabric. The higher the thread count the more densely woven the fabric.Pillowcase with envelope closing.Includes: 1 Twin duvet cover and 1 pillowcase.Designer
IKEA of Sweden
85 % cotton, 15 % lyocell
Shrinkage maximum 4%.Machine wash very hot, normal cycle.Do not bleach.Tumble dry, medium, normal cycle.Iron high.Do not dry clean.
Lyocell, a cellulose fiber made from wood, is produced in a closed process. Most of the added substances are recycled or reused, which is part of our ambition to reduce our environmental impact.All the cotton in our products comes from more sustainable sources. This means that the cotton is either recycled, or grown with less water, less fertilizers and less pesticides, while increasing profit margins for the farmers.By using renewable materials like cellulose and cotton fibers in this product, we avoid using fossil or finite materials.
ÅLANDSROTDuvet cover and pillowcase(s)Article Number:604.782.87
AwesomeCrystalLove Ikea, always happy with my shopping experiences.5
Beautiful!HeatherDuvet and cases are beautiful, soft and wash up nicely5
Beautiful duvetSusanBeautiful duvet5
Looks great with a Grey Velvet BlanketDESIREELove this set. It looks fabulous with a grey velvet blanket that breaks up the large pattern a bit. The fabric feels wonderful.5
Feels Amazing!KathyIt's beautiful, soft and looks like I sleep in a Hotel.5
Alandsrot Duvet and Shams are lovelyANNAThis duvet set really brings a simple elegance to our guest bedroom. I had wrongly assumed the pillow coverings would be like pillow cases, but they're actually pillow shams. Looks quite nice.5