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George Home Silver Diamond Ruffle Duvet Range back in stock size Double £6.25 plus free C&C
George Home Silver Diamond Ruffle Duvet Range back in stock size Double £6.25 plus free C&C

George Home Silver Diamond Ruffle Duvet Range back in stock size Double £6.25 plus free C&C

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for those who missed out last time

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lovely set

thanks iv missed this a few times

Is this any good?? As it is 75% polyester

Bought this last week it's great!

ordered for collection in the new year ... thanks op

Double size only
Shame never any bigger sizes
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Edited by: "Bradleigh" 22nd Dec 2014

Banned

dosn't even say what the fabric is: SLEEP TIGHT

Banned

its 75/25 poly-cotton eew

Thankyou! I've just purchased one. Been wanting another duvet!

Cover*

Bargain, thank you x

ordered thank you

Banned

nic2005

ordered thank you



enjoy you polyester sheets you have just purchased

2muchmonth

enjoy you polyester sheets you have just purchased



That's not very nice,maybe change your user ID to 2muchmouth oO

Out of stock :-(

oos

2muchmonth

enjoy you polyester sheets you have just purchased



Looking forward to enjoying a deal you could possibly post before you put down other deals. A member how long and not posted? Take a short walk......

Original Poster

Lol I hate snobbery about polyester content ppl are such pretentious fools!

Out of stock

Out of stock

it's saying home delivery only, item not available for store collection. Anyone else having this problem? great find tho op!

AZEEMDAYA

Out of stock



Well noticed!

My purchase was cancelled for this as well as a few otherbuyers last week so won't bother.

That silver bit would **** me right off!

leazannebarclay

it's saying home delivery only, item not available for store collection. … it's saying home delivery only, item not available for store collection. Anyone else having this problem? great find tho op!



thought I'd just pay postage but now oos , that'll teach me for being tight lol

I can't sleep on anything other than 100% cotton.

deb8z

That's not very nice,maybe change your user ID to 2muchmouth oO

Haha your comment made me laugh. x

deb8z

That's not very nice,maybe change your user ID to 2muchmouth oO



LOL...Well said.

Sold out

deb8z

That's not very nice,maybe change your user ID to 2muchmouth oO


= perfect answer!

Missed it... Damnn

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PSmith222

I can't sleep on anything other than 100% cotton.



You diva..

PSmith222

I can't sleep on anything other than 100% cotton.



What thread count?

Sateen or Percale?

Egyptian Cotton or regular Pakistani Cotton?

oos again now, missed it :-(

PSmith222

I can't sleep on anything other than 100% cotton.



If you use colour co-ordinated minimum 300 thread count Cotton flat sheets (along with matching fitted/bottom sheets) it doesn't really matter what the duvet cover itself is made from. By using that method you get away with not having to change the top duvet cover as often as normal because you just change those top and bottom sheets more regularly instead which means the duvet cover takes a bit longer to fade/wash out whilst at the same time adding an extra layer of protection for your actual duvet or quilt beneath that cover which naturally follows that it will also last longer in between washes/drycleaning/replacing or whatever and you still get to sleep in smooth, soft luxury linens.
Edited by: "jans" 23rd Dec 2014

Missed out again, gutted, really like this, hope it comes back in stock again soon. Thanks anyway.

I bought it instore and the single and king size are also reduced but not marked on the shelf, the king was £7.50 and the single £6.00, I had previously bought it at full price and its a great set the material is very soft and look great on

jans

If you use colour co-ordinated minimum 300 thread count Cotton flat … If you use colour co-ordinated minimum 300 thread count Cotton flat sheets (along with matching fitted/bottom sheets) it doesn't really matter what the duvet cover itself is made from. By using that method you get away with not having to change the top duvet cover as often as normal because you just change those top and bottom sheets more regularly instead which means the duvet cover takes a bit longer to fade/wash out whilst at the same time adding an extra layer of protection for your actual duvet or quilt beneath that cover which naturally follows that it will also last longer in between washes/drycleaning/replacing or whatever and you still get to sleep in smooth, soft luxury linens.



Same here, I hate sleeping under a duvet alone as I always wake uncovered. Bottom sheet with top sheet tucked in, I guess this shows my age.

The duvet set is treated as decor with the sheets changed weekly or half weekly in summer and the duvet cover every few weeks.

Good quality Egyptian cotton ages well and is very breathable.

As for duvets and pillows, I have tried every brand of microfibre, eventually they all break down, bunch up and become really uncomfortable, therefore I have gone back to feather as in my childhood. It is worth every penny investing in a good goose down set.

2muchmonth

enjoy you polyester sheets you have just purchased



why pick on me ?? I will enjoy my bargain duvet cover thank you very much. merry Christmas

jans

If you use colour co-ordinated minimum 300 thread count Cotton flat … If you use colour co-ordinated minimum 300 thread count Cotton flat sheets (along with matching fitted/bottom sheets) it doesn't really matter what the duvet cover itself is made from. By using that method you get away with not having to change the top duvet cover as often as normal because you just change those top and bottom sheets more regularly instead which means the duvet cover takes a bit longer to fade/wash out whilst at the same time adding an extra layer of protection for your actual duvet or quilt beneath that cover which naturally follows that it will also last longer in between washes/drycleaning/replacing or whatever and you still get to sleep in smooth, soft luxury linens.



I've never thought of doing that,but I have Valance sheets that go over the mattress and to the floor to cover up the crap under my bed lol So then if I had a sheet under the duvet it would look messy as it couldn't be tucked under anywhere,hmmmm something to think about.
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