DWR Reversible Coverlet

DWR Reversible Coverlet

Designed by Judy White Studio


Item Number: 258
$595.00 - $695.00
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With crisp linen on one side and smooth felt on the other, the Reversible Coverlet (2011) is a true year-round solution for the living room and bedroom. The summer side keeps you cool with 100% linen, and the winter side keeps you warm with a cozy wool/acrylic blend. To create DWR Bedding, we enlisted Judy White, who’s designed tableware and giftware for the likes of Calvin Klein. Dry clean only. Made in Italy.


Judy White
Judy White


Judy White’s passion for design comes from a love of exploring and adventure. Whether she’s working on bedding, tableware, lighting, textiles or travel accessories, she’s driven by the discovery of solutions that lead to the realization of new products. Based in New York, White has international design experience in all aspects of home furnishings. She trained as an industrial designer, studied ...

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Full/Queen: L 102" W 90" King/Cal. King: L 102" W 106"


Linen side: 100% washed linen. Felt side: 80% wool, 20% acrylic.

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