Bring a bit of your own design style along with you to college, and snuggle up with it every night too! Of course, we’re talking about Sultan’s Palace – our fair trade, hand printed, Moroccan twin duvet! Made of the softest, high-quality cotton, this lush blue-purple, vintage look duvet will be just the thing to keep you dreaming of far away places.
It’s reversible, too! So, if you ever get bored, or just need a quick change, just flip it over for a completely new look! By the way, at 70×90, this extra long duvet will fit just right on your dorm-issue bed.
If you need sheets to go with your new Sultan’s Palace duvet, think about something in one of these vibrant colors. Both sets are cotton, and well made. Personally, I want the He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not set from Wake Up Frankie! So cute! (And XL, too)
This is where the real fun starts. Add one, two, three, seven (you get the picture) of these awesome global throw and euro shams to your bed and get a look that really expresses YOU! (It’s also scientifically proven that lots of pillows aid study time, as well. Because you can prop your books up on them…right? )
From Saffron Marigold, you can add another hand printed sham in either the Sultan’s Palace print, shown here in the extra large euro sham, or the complementary India Rose print, shown in a smaller throw pillow size. Pick up a hot pink bolster, and this adorable owl pillow to complete the look.
Honestly, the worst thing about the dorm room in the top pic has to be the awful roller blinds. I understand that you want to sleep in on the weekends, but really, you can do that with much more style! Add a Sultan’s Palace sheer cotton curtain, or a couple beaded valances to go from drab to dream.
Putting it All Together…
Once you arrive at school, and set up your room, we’d LOVE to see some photos of the transformation! Send them to us, and let us know you’re responding to this post. Keep an eye out for more great ideas on how to use our fabulous duvets in your dorm…
To see our entire collection of XL Twin Duvet Covers (also called Comforter covers), click here.