Stuffing the comforter back into the duvet cover after washing it has got to be one of the most annoying household chores there is. The makers of the Nova Duvet Cover claim they've got a solution that cuts the time to make a bed by 80 percent.
The cover opens in the middle instead of the bottom, which makes it easier to place the comforter inside.
A zipper closure hidden by a tailored flap replaces those pesky buttons that always seem to fall off.
An accent strip at the top and the zipper flap create the illusion of a flat sheet, which means you get the look of a nicely made bed in one motion.
Four interior corner ties keep the comforter in place inside the cover. No weird bunching!
San Francisco-based bedding designer Crane & Canopy has already surpassed its goal to raise $20,000 on Kickstarter, with 20 days to go.
The Nova will be available in twin, full, queen, king and California king sizes. A duvet cover and two pillowcases costs $150 for a twin, $160 for a full/queen bed and $190 for a king or California king.
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