The M&S bedding, making washing sheets a thing of the past, offers two fabulous new prints
The Marks and Spencer bedding department has two new printed duvets – and they are both highly-desirable. The new designs feature on the increasingly popular printed duvet range. Which evidently are proving very popular with customers.
A spokesperson for M&S put their popularity down to two main factors, ‘‘The duvets are perfect for camping and the upcoming festival seasons. They are also popular with parents, for their kids because they are such easy-care.’
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Dread the task of changing the duvet cover every week? Would you happily never remove and wash a duvet cover again, if given the choice? We have the solution that means no more of either!
Before you think we’re completely bonkers to suggest such an unhygienic scenario, we’re of course talking about the ingenious new printed duvets from the high street hero.
New ‘Floral’ and ‘Star’ designs join the bedding collection, new for 2019.
New printed duvet designs for 2019
Brand new for the summer months ahead, this floral design is bound to be a big hit. The painterly pastel design is perfect to add an instant hit of florals to boudoirs.
These duvets with a difference eliminate the need for separate duvet covers.
No more standing on the bed to waft out the duvet to ensure it’s fully encased in the cover. Forget washing covers inside out to try and make the process that little bit easier. These new printed duvets mean you don’t need a separate duvet cover, therefore banishing these weekly mundane tasks.
The neutral grey star design is ideal for toddlers and teenagers alike.
The printed duvet sets are sold in sweet drawstring bags, perfect to roll up and pack-away when not in use.
Marks and Spencer printed duvets
When it comes to cleaning your Printed Duvet, simply pop it in the washing machine as you would have done your covers – we have checked and it’s fits in standard machine models. Hang it out to air or pop it in the dryer for it to be dry and ready to dress the bed a few hours later.
Although you are still doing a washing load you are not having the faff of removing the duvet cover beforehand. Plus it means your duvet is washed regularly, unlike now when let’s be honest it’s every very few months if that!
The Printed Duvets launched last season in four colourways; Coral, Mint, Light Grey and Dark Blue. With the option of both single and double and two tog sizes in optional 4.5 tog and 10.5 tog ratings.
This quirky duvet is the ideal solution for kid’s bedrooms, students and guest bedrooms due to its easy maintenance properties.
Now as much as we don’t love the weekly tasking of changing the sheets, there is the small factor of not being able to alternate between bedding sets. It’s a simple task but it’s amazing what a change of duvet cover can do for your bedroom decor.
You could buy two different colours and do it that way?!
So, where do you stand on this latest duvet design? To cover or not to cover: that is the question!