Printed Orgami on a Bed Duvet Looks Three-Dimensional

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Nov 22, 2013 • References: and fancy
Wild origami butterflies adorn this bed duvet designed by Snurk, titled 'Butterfly.' Snurk captures images of floating origami butterflies and prints them on a duvet that results in a stunning bed cover.

Each origami butterfly is captured casting a shadow, which makes the images look three-dimensional. There's no need to keep your window open with this duvet gracing your sheets. It almost looks as if a flock of paper butterflies are hovering over your bed; the shadows that are casted make each origami crane look elevated. Not to mention, the quality of print is exceptional, catching every crevice and shadow, making each butterfly look that much more realistic.

A decorative duvet cover is a perfect alternative to decorative pillows. These duvets come in three different sizes, measuring 140 by 220cm, 200 by 220cm, and 240 by 220cm.