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Merritt White/Black King/Cal King 4PC Quilt Set

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Size:King  |  Color:Black/White

Cozy up with the super soft Merritt 4 piece quilt set from C. Wonder. This reversible quilt set features a trendy grey vine floral pattern on creamy white ground and on the other side a classic geometric pattern in cool grey. The set includes a whimisical decorative pillow featuring a geometric print and fun tassel trim detail. Made of 100% cotton for a comfortable night's sleep and brushed for extra softness. Available in Full/Queen and King

Merritt White/Black King/Cal King 4PC Quilt Set

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