Grid Duvet Cover


The Grid Duvet Cover is handwoven by a family run workshop in the village of Larrainzar in Chiapas, Mexico. Woven in panels and then expertly sewn together by a workshop just outside of San Cristobal.

Reversible! The reverse side has a stripe pattern.

“We are a queer woman owned and majority queer or female operated business, which informs approach to just about everything we do. We believe in creating beautiful, ethically made products and using business to do good.”

Pair with the Grid Pillowcases or mix-and-match with other MINNA bedding styles!

MINNA is a tight-knit team of seven artists, creators, and thinkers based in Hudson, NY. The MINNA team works collaboratively to create multipurpose products alongside master artisans in Central and South America which ensures craft preservation and job creation in these regions. MINNA patterns, colors, and textures are meant to be mixed, matched, and layered for today’s modern home. Designs are informed and inspired by Feminist art, the Bauhaus, traditional craft, and vintage textiles.

FUN FACT: The name MINNA comes from Founder Sara Berk’s maternal grandmother’s name, dropped upon her arrival to the United States from Germany in 1940. Sara loved this story: nostalgic with a touch of rebellion.