cotton duvet set 'Furry Friends' (140x200 cm)

Condition: New product

SNURK

KZ25875

With these two furry friends by your side you will never feel alone in bed. Or hungry. Cause they have collected enough acorns for you to get...

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With these two furry friends by your side you will never feel alone in bed. Or hungry. Cause they have collected enough acorns for you to get through a long winter sleep. Isn’t that sweet? So go ahead and rest your head between them. Sleep well.

SNURK bedding is made 100% soft cotton and can be washed at 40° C. This set contains a duvet cover and one pillow cases.

Duvet cover: 140x200 cm
Pillow case: 60x70 cm
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SNURK is a small independent label from Amsterdam creating high quality bedding with photorealistic prints. The duvet covers, sheets of cushions are designed in Holland, made in Portugal . It all started in 2007 with a very nobel charity action. It had always been an idea in the back of her head: a duvet cover with a print of cardboard boxes. Especially made for charity. In 2007, advertising professional Peggy decided to execute on the idea. Together with her partner Erik she created Le-Clochard and Le-Trottoir. A duvet cover and fitted sheet that look like a cardboard box and a sidewalk. Most profits of these two special designs went to a charity organization supporting homeless youngsters in the Netherlands: 'Stichting Zwerfjongeren Nederland'. Supplies sold out in no-time. From that moment on a new brand came to life and more amazing prints and funny details are covering super soft cotton beddings. Astronauts, ballerinas, fire fighters dancers are joining lots of children all over the world in their sleep. Every image is carefully chosen after intense research, printed and reprinted until it finds it's way on the sheets. Today, people from Amsterdam to Australia are sleeping under a SNURK design. There's nothing like a dream to create the future (Victor Hugo)