Lexington 'Pin Point' Oxford Cotton Bed Linen Collection - 25% OFF

£224.00 £298.00

Bring a touch of sophistication to the bedroom with our Lexington Pin Point Oxford Cotton duvet covers and Pillowcases. Masculine, smart and understated, these crisp cotton covers feature an elegant blue, grey or beige pinstripe on a white background. The 100% Oxford cotton fabric has a gentle sheen similar to the casual dress shirts with which the weave is most commonly associated, without being as shiny as the more formal Royal Oxford fabric. This gives a lustrous appearance whilst ensuring a cool and comfortable night s sleep, even in the height of summer. The bed linen is finished with Lexington's classic rubber button closure to keep the duvet and pillow firmly in place. Order the Lexington American Pin Point duvet cover online today and don t forget the pillow cases to match.

Please note: We are sorry but due to restrictions we are unable to send to USA.

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Additional information

  • Please note: We are sorry but due to restrictions we are unable to send to USA.
  • Set Includes: SB (1 DC 140x200cm 2 PC 50x75cm), DB (1 DC 200x200cm, 2 PC 50x75cm), KS (1 DC 230x220cm, 2 PC 50x75cm) SK (1 DC 260x220cm, 2 PC 50x75cm) 
  • Origin : Portugal
  • Material : Oxford Cotton

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Rebecca M.
Beautifully packaged!

I will be using your company again. The items arrived quickly and were beautifully packaged!
Thank you x

Lindsey M.
Love my Lexington Bedlinen

Excellent quality bedlinen. My go-to brand for duvet covers and pillowcases. Delighted to find a company stocking the brand and the order was delivered promptly and beautifully packaged. Thank you

Fiona M.

Best quality ever!!

Linda W.

Comfortable and generously sized

Linda W.

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