Paula Deen Home "Madison" Lace Embroidered Microfiber Three-Piece Duvet Cover Set

You've just woken up. The sun is peeking through your curtains, a breeze wafting through the window. Maybe a wind chime can be heard. Your coffee is brewing downstairs. What kind of bedding are you tucked into? This charming duvet set revives your love of southern-infused design with gorgeous lace detailing. Always classic, you'll find this intricate detailing on the duvet cover and coordinating pillow shams for an elegant touch all around. And it's all easy to care for – no really, it's machine washable. Take your pick of color that best suits your carefully designed bedroom and slip a complementing sheet set below, you've got some comfort to get to.

  • One duvet cover
  • Two pillow shams

  • Blue – Steel blue
  • Blush – Pale pink
  • Grey – Medium grey

Full/Queen Size:
Duvet cover: 90"L x 86"W
Pillow shams: 20"L x 26"W

King Size:
Duvet cover: 92"L x 104"W
Pillow shams: 20"L x 36"W

Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Use non-chlorine bleach only. Tumble dry low. Light iron as needed. Made from 100% polyester.

Made in China.

PLEASE NOTE: We make every effort to ensure colors are represented accurately online. Due to possible variances in manufacturer dye lots, however, colors may vary slightly from what is depicted. Also, due to the printing process of the pattern, slight imperfections in the pattern may exist.

Top Layers of Bedding

A comforter is a decorative top layer that usually comes with coordinating pillow shams or accent pillows. Comforters are filled with layers of material, often polyester batting, cotton batting or feathers. The comforter is stitched to keep the filling in place and evenly distributed. The thickness of the filling material determines the weight and the warmth of the comforter.

Duvet & Duvet Cover
Duvets are filled with layers of material. A common fill is down feathers, but other options are polyester batting or wool. Duvets are commonly plain white and are used as inserts for a colored or patterned duvet cover. Duvet covers are decorative and protect the duvet from stains and spills. Duvets are usually sold separately from the duvet cover. If you change bedding for the season or you like to change up your style, a duvet and duvet cover may be a great fit for you.

Quilts are commonly made with three layers: a top and bottom layer of woven fabric with batting in the middle. The three layers are stitched together in a decorative pattern. The top layer of quilts is usually constructed from many different fabrics, while a single piece of fabric is used for the bottom layer. Quilts can also be used as throw blankets and/or hung on walls as decorations.

Coverlets are lightweight bedding that can be used as a decorative layer over thicker or warmer bedspreads. Coverlets with a thin layer of batting make them warm enough to use on their own. They are usually quilted with a stitching technique that creates ornate patterns, such as geometric or floral designs. Often, coverlets are sold with coordinating shams.

Blankets are usually made of one or two layers of fabric with no fill or batting between the layers. They are usually made to fit the bed.

Throws are usually made of one or two layers of fabric with no fill or batting between the layers. They are used on sofas and beds for decoration and warmth. Many throws have decorative trim, such as fringe or bound edges. Measurements are usually 60" x 50" but can certainly vary.

About the Collection
Travel to Savannah, Georgia and discover the styles and flavors of Paula Deen, featuring kitchen and pantry items, clothing and home décor from the famed “Queen of Southern Cuisine.”

Known best for her southern charm and mouthwatering recipes, Paula Deen is also an accomplished painter, fashionista and home style connoisseur. Approaching her décor and clothing with the same creativity and passion as her cooking, Paula’s tasteful styles are created with just the right ingredients: a pinch of color, a dash of texture and the perfect mix of comfort and sophistication.

guest's nameAbout the Guest
Culinary icon and queen of southern cooking, Paula Deen is a self-made success who learned her culinary secrets from her grandmother. Deen's first business, The Bag Lady, started her career and led to the opening of her first restaurant, The Lady and Sons, which she opened with her two boys, Bobby and Jamie, five years later.

In addition to her success on TV and with her restaurant, Deen is the author of 14 cookbooks that have sold more than 11,000,000 copies. In 2014, Deen launched the Paula Deen Network, an interactive digital cooking network that combines cooking, lifestyle and game shows with great recipes, meal-planning tools and more.