Bedding

We spend an average of a third of our life sleeping, which is about 25 years... Hence the importance of having good comfortable bedding.

Materials

Cotton has been used for more than 700 years to make light clothing. Appreciated for its flexibility and its natural softness, cotton is today the first textile fibre used in the world in ready-to-wear, as well as in bed linen.

100% Cotton

Soft and easy-going. It is a soft and light material that warms up quickly in contact with the body of the sleeper, which is resistant to use and washes.

Brushed Cotton

It is, in a way, a medium-range cotton. It is made of thin cotton threads that have undergone a combing treatment during spinning process. It is smoother, more regular, and above all more resistant than normal cotton.

Cotton Percale

Percale refers to weaving, not a material. It stands out from the standard quality by a much finer and tight weave. Its very tight weave gives it a beautiful smooth and matt appearance, perfectly opaque, a lot of softness and a longer lifespan, while keeping the appearance of a new cover.

Sateen

The touch of sateen is silky, but unlike polyester satin, cotton sateen is not slippery. The cotton used can be Egyptian cotton, seen as the most beautiful in the world. The tight fibres associated with the quality of the cotton used, make sateen a particularly soft fabric with an exemplary lifespan.

Harmonious Colours

Although most of us prefer to sleep in light colours, there is not really any rules. Have you ever paid attention to your preferences in bedding colours? This question may seem unimportant, and yet... Colours play an important role in our well-being and can influence our sleep.

Colours

Pastel shades, cool colours are conducive to relaxation and rest. Pastel blue, powder pink, ivory, linen, white, etc, bring sweetness to your bedroom.

Colours

Warm colours such as red, orange and yellow will be disseminated by small decorative touches in the room. The key is to create a cocoon in which you feel good, in harmony with the style of your room and with your tastes.

Measurements

The choice of your duvet, its cover and your sheets is according to your mattress. Discover in the table below the sizes that we advise you to use for your bed linen:

  • Single - Flat & Fitted Sheet W90 x L190cm | Duvet Covers W135 x L200cm
  • Double - Flat & Fitted Sheet W135 x L190cm | Duvet Covers W200 x L200cm
  • King - Flat & Fitted Sheet W150 x L200cm | Duvet Covers W230 x L220cm
  • Super King - Flat & Fitted Sheet W180 x 200cm | Duvet Covers W260 x L220cm
Measurements

Caring for Your Bed Linen

As a rule of thumb, we advise you to follow the washing symbols on the product label.

Cotton
Cotton

For cotton, unless stated otherwise, all prints and solid colours are washable at 60°C. Before first use, we advise you to soak your sheets and covers overnight in cold water (without adding laundry), then wash them in the machine at 40°C with a little bit of laundry. This process allows you to get rid of residual pigments, and minimise the shrinkage of your bed linen.

Protecting the Colours
Protecting the Colours

If possible, wash all items of the same set at the same time so that they look the same over time and after multiple washes. Turn over on the pillowcases and duvet covers, and never mix intense colors with light colors when doing the laundry. Do not overfill the drum with bed linen, so that the washing stays efficient and your laundry is less creased. When the wash cycle is finished, do not wait to take out your clothes to extend or dry.

Drying and Ironing
Drying and Ironing

Using washing lines to dry your bed linen is always preferable. If you use a tumble dryer, do not overload it to avoid creasing that will be difficult to remove. The ideal would be to iron your bed linen when it is still slightly wet.

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