Tranquility duvet cover & shams tencel silk 600tc

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Luxury at its finest brought straight to your Bedroom Decor! 

Our Tranquility Tencel Silk Duvet Cover Set is one of our signature bed sets that will give your bedroom a touch of class. Its unique design is truly one of a kind and will leave you in awe. Its effortless beauty will bring a luxurious feel to your bedrooms décor.

Kindly check the measurement details below and be sure that they will fit the bed you are purchasing this item for.

Specifications: The 4 Piece Set comes with: 1 x Duvet Cover, 1  x  Bedsheet  &  2  x  Pillowcases
Queen - Duvet Cover (200 x 230cm) Bed Sheet (230 x 250cm) Pillow Case (48 x 74cm)
King - Duvet Cover (220 x 240cm) Bed Sheet (250 x 270cm) Pillow Case (48 x 74cm)
Material: Tencel Silk
Thread Count:  600TC
Fabric Count: 60S
Pattern: Printed
Technique: Woven
Weight: 3.5 KG
Fabric Density: 133 x 72

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What is a Duvet Cover?

Let's start with an analogy. A duvet cover is to a duvet as a pillowcase is to a pillow. A duvet cover is what slips over your duvet, serving as a protective layer and the most visible part of your bedding. People opt for duvet covers due to their popularity, though there are many factors to consider prior to making a purchase. Duvet covers are machine washable, generally inexpensive, comfortable, and easy to switch out if you get bored of one style.

What goes inside a Duvet Cover?

duvet is what goes inside of a duvet cover (makes sense, right?). The duvet, also known as an insert, is generally defined as a flat bag that is filled with either down, wool, feathers, or a synthetic alternative. Duvets cannot be used without a duvet cover, and, unlike the cover, require dry cleaning as opposed to machine wash.

Duvet VS. Comforter

A common misconception about duvets and comforters is that they are synonymous. Unlike a duvet, a comforter can be used without any cover. Comforters typically are thick and fluffy (making them especially great in colder weather), are covered in a durable fabric, and filled with down or synthetic fibers. Comforters come in many colors, patterns, and designs, as they are typically used without any cover over them.