Minimal Modern Sailor + Ragatta duvet

Summer season is almost over so you won’t be able to enjoy the sea, the sand and the nice weather for long. However, you can still take a piece of all that with you at home. You can take souvenirs that will always remind you of the fun vacations you had or you can do something a little more visible like decorating you home in fun colors. Another option is the choose the new Sailor + Ragatta duvet. This way you can be sure you’ll have nice dreams whenever you go to sleep.

The navy pattern is always a good choice and it will probably never go out of fashion. It’s a pattern that has a very versatile character and it looks good in almost any situation. So having navy stripes on your bed is an elegant and very nice choice. It’s a minimalist design and you have two options to choose from: dense, graphic sailor and fine, laid-back regatta stripes.

You can also opt for matching sheets and cases for both patterns. In terms of color, the set is available in either Forest or Navy. The pieces are made from 100% cotton percale with 200 thread count and they are made in Portugal. The set needs to be machine washed cold separately and liquid detergent is recommended. Do not use bleach. The price varies between $109-148.



Published by in Bedding, on August 31st, 2011

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