Ray Graphite

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The Ray features an elegant herringbone pattern in 100% cotton sateen. It is available in duvet covers, shams, and frenchback pillowcases. Also available in light grey or camel.

Designed by Anki Spets of Area Bedding.

Care Instructions: Machine wash warm gentle cycle. Tumble dry low, remove promptly. Press if needed.

Duvet Covers: Full/Queen 68" W x 86" L, King 104" W x 86" L
Cases and Shams: Standard 20" W x 26" L, King 20" W x 26" L

Standard Shipping

This item is shipped via Standard Shipping which is delivered via UPS.

Delivery charges are based on the total value of the merchandise shipped to each address. Shipping time is typically 3-5 business days.

Please Note: Items on backorder/out of stock will ship upon availability.

Further details can be found on our Shipping and Delivery page.

Since 1990, Area Bedding has managed to continuously bring style and quality product with fresh attitude to the market. Their informal yet sophisticated products for the home are based on the modern Scandinavian concept of good design for everyday life.

Originality. All Area products are designed by Anki Spets. Her creations epitomize the Swedish knack for beauty, simplicity, modernity and practicality in design. Her talent for imbuing her products with both refined design sensibility and a human touch is what makes each collection truly distinctive. The carefully chosen colors, one-of-a-kind patterns and subtle details are what make each Area item distinct and unique.

Quality. All of Area’s products are made from natural fibers. Materials and factories are carefully chosen from around the world to ensure quality that lasts with finishing details that are an Area signature.

Functionality. Products are designed to complement one another, creating continuity and endless design possibilities. They fit comfortably into almost any environment. Area’s aim is for universal appeal and satisfaction.

Designer. Anki Spets was a successful clothing designer in her native Stockholm. After moving to New York, she decided to turn her focus to creating home textiles that had a longer life cycle, a broader use but just as fashion forward.