Vern Yip Faux Linen Comforter Set

Every home has a star room and it most homes that would be the bedroom. It’s a choice based on the fact that it’s usually a room associated with relaxation, calmness and pleasant moments. Because of that or, actually, in order for that to be possible, the bedroom décor has to be very well chosen. It needs soft colors, a very comfortable bed and, of course, cozy bedding sets. As an example for that last element, we present you the Vern Yip Home Smocked Faux Linen Comforter Set.

It’s a very beautiful and very versatile set that will appeal to you whether you prefer classic elegance, modern minimalism or urban glam. It’s also a very functional set that can be used from summer to fall. The set includes a comforter and 2 shams. It’s made of easy-care polyester, a material easy to maintain that is also very pleasant to the touch, almost like fine linen. It also has smocking detailing that adds texture and dynamism to the whole design.

The shams feature envelope openings. As for the colors, you can choose between Ecru, Sage, Cocoa or Thistle. The set is also available in several sizes: Twin, Full, Queen, King or California King. You can buy the comforter set for $179.95. Make sure you machine wash it cold and tumble dry low.



Published by in Bedding, on October 13th, 2011

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