Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jessica33 Small, but looks and feels great
This product is soft and beautiful, but if you want the look in the pictures it is important that you notice that in the pictures, Hanna is not using a box spring, and the duvets are not pulled up to the headboard, but instead show off the sheets. I use a box spring, and I wish I had ordered the full size for my twin beds.
If you plan to use a box spring and/or pull the duvet all the way up to the headboard as well as have it hang over the end of the bed past the mattress I recommend that you purchase one size larger than the size of your bed.
I washed the product without trying it on, so I can't exchange it, but I am still happy with my purchase.
October 14, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by naturemama Colorful, happy Wave Duvet cover!
I purchased the Wave Duvet cover in blue. It's very soft and the color matches more than I thought it would. In my son's room with light yellow walls, it's a happy match. The unique wave design reminds him of being on the water, which he loves.
July 29, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by babybrownie Hanna thought of everything
We have both the pink and the blue waves duvet cover in our daughters' room. These really are the softest covers! We have the scandi sheets that coordinate as well. Not only are they cozy soft, hanna didn't put annoying buttons on the cover, they used snaps! The end with the snaps even folds over so that the covers look nice and tidy. We have washed these several times and they are still amazing. Hanna really did think of everything!
July 29, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ginny5 The Waves will Rock You to Sleep
This HannaSoft Scandi Duvet cover works very nicely with the duvet. There are inside ties at the top and bottom ends to secure the duvet so it will not slip around. Designs are bright and lovely. Bottom has snaps for closing. Although designed for children, the duvet cover fits nicely on a split California king-sized bed. Love all the color selections and the quality of the duvet cover.
December 20, 2014