Natural Down Blend Bedding
Kids will love to cuddle under these warm and lofty designs.
DETAILS THAT MATTER
- 550 fill power.
- Cotton cambric cover; 230-thread count.
- Mixed with natural Lyocell fibers for improved resiliency and moisture management.
HOW IT IS CONSTRUCTED
- Comforter is made of 70% white down, 30% Lyocell fibers.
- Pillow features an outer fill of 70% white down, 30% Lyocell fibers, and an inner fill of 95% feathers, 5% down.
KEY PRODUCT POINTS
- Euro Box Construction.
- Down is hypoallergenic.
- Machine wash.
- Made in America.
- Dimensions & Care
- Toddler Pillow: 20" wide x 16" high
- Standard Pillow: 26" wide x 20" high
- Toddler Comforter: 35" wide x 50" long
- Twin Comforter: 68" wide x 86" long
- Full/Queen Comforter: 88" wide x 92" long
- Machine wash in warm water with like colors, gentle cycle.
- Do not bleach.
- Tumble dry on low heat; remove promptly.
- Warm iron if necessary.
- Do not dry-clean.
- Shipping & Return Info
Standard UPS can deliver most in-stock items within 4-5 business days.
Next Day Delivery and Processing
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- Personalized/Monogrammed items
- Gift cards
- Special-order items (including made-to-order upholstery and custom items)
- Final Sale items (identified by a price ending in $.X7 or $.X9)
- Items damaged through normal wear and tear.
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- Our Safety and Quality Commitment
At Pottery Barn Kids, we have a firm commitment to safety and quality. We take great pride in our timeless designs, premium materials and expert craftsmanship.
Nearly all of our products are imagined and designed in our San Francisco studios. Our artists hand-create prototypes for everything from furniture to bedding to lighting. From there, we work with talented craftsmen and fabric industry leaders to build long-lasting products designed to last your family for years to come.
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