Kylie Minogue at Home Eva Throw
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- Sparkling Eva Throw by Kylie Minogue at Home
- Choice of 2 complimenting colours
- Intricate sequin patterns
- Co-ordinating products also available both instore and online
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Treat yourself to cosey cuddles with the Kylie Minogue at Home Eva Throw. Beautifully designed, this 100% Polyester throw is a sophisticated way to add a touch of 1920s style glamour to the home.
Reminiscent of art deco fashion, the Eva is decorated with intricate tiny sequins, leading to bigger tear-drop shaped sparkling sequins. Sure to add a shimmer to the bedroom or living room, choose between two charming colour choices. Both the Mauve and Oyster throws are complimentary to any room style, with a plain Polyester satin border to add a touch of classic style to the dazzling embellishments.
Why not take a look at the complete range of Kylie Minogue at Home products here at Palmers. The Eva is particularly known to go well with the Mistico and Ophelia, aswell as the complete Eva bedding collection, all available both instore and online at Palmerstores.com.
Dimensions: 100cm x 220cm
Material: 100% Polyester Satin
Delivery: For most items we aim to deliver within 5 working days and use a secure courier. Small or lightweight items may be sent via Royal Mail.
Beds and mattresses are delivered directly from our suppliers and will take between 14 - 24 working days. Once your order has been dispatched you will be sent an email detailing your delivery method.
Please note: delivery of some items may take longer should we need to source it directly from a supplier, although we will always contact you in this instance. Please refer to our delivery and returns page for more information.
Returns: We will refund any item you are not completely happy with*. Just send it back to us, unused, within 28 days of receipt. Refunds will be issued via your original method of payment.
*Please note: For hygiene reasons we cannot accept returns of bed care, beds and mattresses. This does not affect your statutory rights.