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Organic Colored Cotton Duvet Cover Set Dye Free-Made in USA
**This item is made to order and may take up to 4-6 weeks produce before it is ready to ship.**
Latte Linen bedding is made with a base fiber of natural West Texas organic cotton. It is combined with Foxfibre® Coyote Brown heirloom cotton. Foxfibre® is organically grown in a rich color which is integral to the fiber itself. Not a drop of artificial dyes is needed to make these Duvet sets beautiful. Dyed fabrics start to fade after a few washings, but the color of Foxfibre® will bloom deeper and richer over time. Also, the more you use it and wash it, the touch will grow ever softer. The natural variations in the fiber cause each set of bedding to be as unique as the plants it comes from. This creates a fabric that has the look of linen and the performance of the most luxurious, percale bedding.
Set includes duvet cover and two pillow shams
Made from 100% West Texas Organic Cotton
Color: Latte Linen
Heavier, more durable fabric than the flimsy imported duvets commonly sold by major retailers
Exclusive design made for our Hotel customers-No buttons or zippers that can tear or rip
Keep duvet insert in place with our 4 corner ties
Duvet cover has full width opening with internal 15” envelope closure and 7" hand pull openings for easy duvet insertion. Envelope closure goes at the top of the bed.
Shams have 2” flange and unique envelope closure with 6” overlap
Made in the USA ethically and sustainably
Higher thread count does not guarantee higher quality duvet covers. Many imported duvet covers have manipulated and untrue thread counts. American Blossom developed a custom fabric which is approximately 180 threads per square inch.
Machine Washable & Dryable
Will fit modern Bed in a Box foam mattresses, traditional spring and foam mattresses
Made in USA
Duvet Cover W x L
Shams W x L
90" x 92"
21" x 27"
109" x 94"
21" x 37"
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