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Plus Bed Linen grey

93.00 $
Material: 100% cotton
Size & weight: Duvet cover length: 200 cm
Duvet cover width: 140 cm
Pillowcase length: 60 cm
Pillowcase width: 63 cm
Weight: 0,9 kg
Product info: The bed linen is made of 100% soft and smooth weaved cotton. Cotton ensures a breathable and comfortable feel. The envelope pillowcase completely encloses the pillow, making it a perfect fit. The duvet cover is closed with hidden buttons.

Wash before use.
Wash with similar colors, by 60˚C.
About

Plus & Cube

Plus and Cube are a series of minimalistic bed linen with a discreet feel. As an alternative to the usual flowery designs or the big and colorful graphic patterns seen on a lot of bed linen, the Plus and Cube bed linen consist of peacefully understated prints. Cube has a pattern of squares that gradually fade completely away.

Plus and Cube are made of satin weaved cotton with a soft and smooth quality, making them incredibly comfortable to sleep in.

Cube is available in an inviting mint and a cool, subdued blue and the simple graphical patterns and soft colors make the Cube bed linen ideal for most homes.

Plus & Cube
Designer

Anne Lehmann

Anne Lehmann has a Master’s degree in design from KADK, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. She is previously educated within the fashion industry as a Design Technologist, holding a degree in design and branding from KEA in 2007.

After a period of working as an independent freelancer within the design and fashion scene, she became employed at Normann Copenhagen as Graphic & Product designer. Here she designs new products and is responsible for the graphic and visual identity of the company. One can always find a strong, graphical element in her designs.

"My approach to design is very clear: I design to bring beauty and ease into people's lives. Form and functionality are always intertwined as key elements in my creative process. It is my desire to provide people with the pleasure of beauty and the simplicity of use. Design must give meaning and possess value to be relevant. I want my designs to give people joy."

Anne Lehmann