Anne De Solene of Paris Sirene

The duvet cover is the essential element of a bed set, it sets the tone and the mood of the entire room.

That's why Anne de Solene offers Mermaid dress with a duvet cover to printed evoking the mythology oceans. The design of the pattern is composed of peas declined in azure tones, recalling the deep sea. They form a set of delicate scales, referring to the legendary adornments sirens. Ideal in your holiday home on the edge of the water, delicate undulations of the pattern of the Mermaid duvet cover is made ​​to rock the sleeper gently. It will give a very soft marine notes in the room, keeping a contemporary refinement. Reversible, the Anne de Solene duvet cover makes it possible to vary the pleasures. You can rotate the multicolored pattern of the front and back of the two-color, depending on your mood. The fabric of 80g / m² is a guarantee of both softness and strength. For a sense of even greater comfort, the sheet percale 100% combed cotton long fibers, underwent treatment easy care, to facilitate the maintenance of your linen. The siren cover is made ​​to match perfectly with the Other elements of the eponymous ornament. However, do not hesitate to highlight its graphic side by choosing United pillowcases, bound in blue tones. Available as shown in Cumulus. Machine Washable. 100% Cotton Percale, 200 Thread Count. Established in 1967 by the Baron Riston and his wife, Anne de Solene arose in the heart of Les Vosges in France, a place internationally renowned for its know-how in manufacturing luxurious bed linens. Creativity, quality and excellence remain the foundations of Anne de Solene. Inheriting a long tradition, their creations invoke the utmost innovation synonymous with perfect fabrics, detailed designs, colors sharpness and finishing elegancy. Thanks to these assets, Anne de Solene has rapidly become one of the leading French brands in luxurious bed linens.

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