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Why has this £23 M&S palm print duvet taken the world by storm?

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The duvet cover sold out almost immediately after the bank holiday, but what is it that makes it so bloody popular? 

Tropical is definitely trendy this year, and it looks like palm print is here to stay in the world of fashion. But what about homeware? 

Marks and Spencer had a cracking Easter weekend (pun intended) with their Millennial palm print duvet cover selling out within a matter of hours. Double and king size duvet covers with the green palm print emblazoned on a pretty pink background flew off the virtual shelves in a digital frenzy.

Was it the hot weather that had shoppers hankering for tropical prints? 

Or could it be the print of the season making a foray into bedding that excited people beyond belief? 

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Whatever the reason for the spike in sales, the only sizes left in stock are single covers or super king.

The quintessentially British superstore posted a picture of the bedding set to their Instagram account.

The caption reads: “Bring the outside in with our tropical palm print bedding set. The exotic duvet cover will bring a touch of paradise to your bedroom and update your room for the new season. 

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“With 20% off our home range until the 24th, don’t miss out. Tap to shop.”

A spokesperson for M&S told Stylist this morning the bedding will be back in stock next month, for those who missed out.

If you missed out on the M&S duvet cover and it’s left you wanting for more, we’ve rounded up the best of the rest across the hughstreet and beyond.  

House of Hackey
Palm-print homeware: House of Hackney have a gorgeous range

House of Hackney: Palmeral cotton-linen cushion – £120.00

When you think of palm print, which brand springs to mind? Well, House of Hackney does for us! 

This iconic print will have your friends palm-print green with envy, and it’s the perfect accessory to brighten up any sofa. 

Urban Outfitters
Palm print homeware: Urban Outfitters has this in the sale

Urban Outfitters: Palm print iPhone 6/6s/7/8 case  £8.00

It’s not just your home that can be jazzed up with palm print this spring-summer, oh no. Your phone can be at the forefront of the fashion trends with this handy, trendy and flipping funky iPhone case. 

Even better news is that it’s in the sale. Bring it on. 

The Urban Botanist
Palm print homeware: This terrarium is perfect for apartments and flats in the city

The Urban Botanist: Grande ecosystem  £124.95

There’s buying palm print for your home, and then there’s buying palms to go in your home. 

If you, like many of us, are squeezed for space or just don’t fancy soil sprinkled across your home, why not try out this stunning, self-sufficient terrarium? 

Topshop palm print
Palm print fashion: This Topshop bodysuit is in the sale

Topshop: Sandy palm print body suit  £10.00

If you want to extend your palm print from the home into your wardrobe, this Topshop bodysuit is the perfect start. 

It’s simple, easy to wear and in the sale. 

Images: Getty Images/Marks&Spencer Instagram (large image), House of Hackney, Urban Outfitters, The Urban Botanist, Topshop

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Felicity Thistlethwaite is the digital executive editor at Stylist. She loves Aperol Spritz, gardening and reading long features in her orangery.

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