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Tommy Bahama Bamboo Breeze Daybed

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Product Details

  • Tropical Design
  • 5-Piece Set
  • Pale Aqua
  • Machine Washable

Escape with Tommy Bahamas Bamboo Breeze daybed set. A beautiful textured bamboo design is woven in a relaxing shade of sea mist. Layers of ikat and geometric border embroidery details add dimension. Includes the quilt, three shams and a bedskirt. Transform your bedroom into a tropical paradise with a new Tommy Bahama collection bed.

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Daybed

Daybed Set (Tommy Bahama Bamboo Breeze)

Daybed set includes: One quilt (75" x 39"), two quilted shams (26" x 20"), one standard sham (26" x 20") and one bedskirt (75" x 39"). All pieces are 100% cotton. Bedskirt drop length is 15". Machine washable.

Model: 201878

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  • Carol

    Plainfield, IN

    Monday, September 08, 2014

    I just received this, and while the quality of material and construction seems excellent and the measurements are ample, I AM disappointed by a few things. First: the description of this item is 100% cotton. Instead, it is 75 Poly and 25 cotton, as are the comforter and duvet sets in this collection. The "bamboo leaves" are of a satiny appearance and the set is therefore not as casual a look as I wanted. I'll probably keep it, however, as the selection of daybed covers is not great, with little between very plain or very feminine (ruffles, dainty florals, etc.) Second: the color is a good bit different from the picture, which looks like a bluish, almost silver aqua. It is instead much more of a green. (Pretty, but not quite what I was expecting, and not as good a match for the carpet.) Again, look at the picture of the comforter set, and the representation is much truer to the actual item. Third (and this is perhaps the most annoying thing): The third sham IS cotton, and not much more than a pillow case. I'm sure any designs on the pillow will show through. Why in the world the company could not include a third sham to match the spread is beyond me. I would buy the third sham separately, but it's not available. I'll probably look for a plain quilted one in ivory, (which by the way, on the sham and bedskirt is a very creamy ivory, not the off-white it appears online.) All-in-all, this appears to be a quality item, and very attractive, but just be aware of these caveats.