Distinctly Not Neutral

Ready to roll, but the tank's only half full? You're always in gear when you go with Not Neutral's big bold designs. Here are three attractively priced offerings to get you revved up ...

Ready to go green? Not Neutral's Pinwheel duvet features a delightfully crunchy geometric print in celery and white with black outlines. The machine washable one hundred percent percale cotton duvet's reverse has a similar motif, but with muted tones and a tighter print. Sets include sham(s) and are available in twin, full/queen and king.

Three pillows are offered: 18x18inch in chocolate with green and white embroidered lines, 16x16inch in with green and chocolate embroidered dashes, and 12x12 in green with white and green lines.


Not Neutral designed their Pom Pom duvet cover set to shake things up. With a penandink pattern, you can call this anything but floral. Constructed from one hundred percent percale cotton, the Pom Pom features a spray of delightful black and white clusters over a solid slate blue field. The reverse is a white and blue pinstripe that would be the pride of any Yankee.

The duvet sets are available in twin, full/queen and king and include sham(s). Three decorative pillows are offered: 18x18inch with white embroidery over a solid black field, 16x16inch with slate blue circles over a white field, and 16x12inch with white and slate blue lines over black.


Every once in a while, we come across a design that just doesn't seem to match its name, and that's certainly the case with Not Neutral's Bugle duvet cover set. Perhaps it's that the whites stripes and brightly colored rectangles will wake you from a slumber like a revelry call, as they burst off the muted gray background? Or could it be the bright red reverse
with white stripes that pry your eyes wide open?

This playful set is constructed with one hundred percent percale cotton and comes complete with sham(s) in twin, full/queen, and king.

Three decorative pillows are offered: 18x18inch with dashed lines, 16x16inch
in a rectangular black and white grid, and 16x12inch with thin gray lines over white.


Kim Pehle