Candide Cotton Percale Duvet Bedding Set by Alexandre Turpault

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Alexandre Turpault
$ 593.00

Candide Cotton Percale Duvet Bedding Set by Alexandre Turpault

Candide takes its inspiration from the ''Persians'' patterns of the 18th century with a stylized floral design in the Persian style. From the CANDIDE bed linen set printed in 80 threads/cm² cotton percale, the duvet cover is both refined thanks to the hand-worked motifs and animated by harmonious movements with the modernized design. The colorful flowers bring cheerfulness and the Baltic background soothes. The reverse side animated with small carmine strokes on the same fresh background as the main one creates a very soft counterpoint, a false plain effect that warms up the blue. All this is underlined by a matt khaki cotton braid in piping which breaks up the potential classism and gives it its trendy touch.
The cotton percale gives softness, freshness and high resistance to washing.

200 thread count~ 80 tc/cm2

Made in Italy.  Custom sizes may be available, upon request.

Duvet Sets include Duvet Cover and 2 Standard or King Pillow Shams.
King Sets include King Pillow Shams
All Items are available separately.  Other sizes and colors may be available.

Inserts are not included.

Twin 66" x 86"; includes 2 Standard 20" x 28" Shams
Queen 88" x 92"; includes 2 Standard 20" x 28" Shams
King 106" x 92"; includes 2 King 20" x 36" Shams

Additional Candide and matching pieces by Alexandre Turpault are available here.

A sham pillow case is generally a decorative pillow and is usually closed. A pillow case is open and used for sleeping comfort.

Photographs are for approximate color only.  Duvet or pillow inserts are not included (where applicable).

Delivery is generally 2-4 weeks when not in stock.  
Please contact us if there is a rush delivery issue.

The Full Alexandre Turpault Collection is available here.

Since 1847 Alexandre Turpault has been designing, producing and distributing beautiful household linen.  Representing the French art of living, the quality of materials (pure linen, fine cotton), and the fineness of the decorative details (embroidery, Venetian lace), Alexandre Turpault's production still presents the height of luxury today.