Duvet Cover Set
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The TENCEL™ Lyocell fibres from our duvet sets are sustainably sourced, so get comfy knowing that you're looking after yourself and the environment in the bedroom.
Includes: 1x Duvet Cover, 2 x Pillow Case
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Customers love the Duvet Cover Set
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27 Jan 2023
great sheet - very soft and cool on skin. My wife and I didn't know how much a good set of duvet can improve quality of our sleep
7 Jan 2023
Great quality and great delivery service.
Fast & flexible delivery
Free delivery on mattresses and small items.
Try it properly at home for 120 nights
Returns are easy, with no catch! We'll pick up for free in metro areas.
Duvet Cover Set comes with a 1-year Koala warranty.
Duvet Cover Set
Frequently Asked Questions
TENCEL™ is made from sustainably-sourced wood. The process used to create TENCEL™ fibres is eco-friendly, and has won awards for its low environmental impact. The result is a fabric that's more absorbent than cotton, softer than silk and cooler than linen.
Our sheets are free from harmful chemicals and dyes and are tested to ensure they are safe.
When you get rid of packaging thoughtfully not only is it better for the environment, it can be reused to create new products.
Paper and Cardboard (including Honeycomb Cardboard) - Flatten your cardboard boxes or rip them up before placing them in your recycling bin in order to save space. You don’t need to worry about removing any tape or labels from your cardboard boxes. They will be removed in the recycling process.
Soft plastic packaging - While these are recyclable, In Australia, soft plastic packaging can’t be recycled through most kerbside recycling services. You can recycle soft plastics through the REDcycle bins found at Coles and some Woolworths stores.
Woven Polypropylene material / bags and Bubble wrap (large sheets cut into A3 size pieces) - The REDcycle program makes it easy for you to recycle your soft plastics - simply gather together all your scrunchables and drop them into a collection bin at participating supermarkets.
If you’re ever unsure what the go is, pay a visit to recyclingnearyou.com.au or contact your local council, or take a peek at our blog for some great ideas on how to reuse and recycle the packaging.