Rayon is usually dry cleaned because it tends to pill in the wash. How do these hold up after many washes?
Brielle Bamboo Twill Sheet Set with Giftable Box
Included inside a lovely gift box, these sheets are 100-percent rayon from bamboo for an amazing comfort. The sheets age gracefully without fading and get softer after each wash.
ITEM#: 15622779Bamboo has the comfort of cashmere and the feel of silk in one product. This sheet set comes in a gift box, making it a perfect present. Experience the best sleep with these durable soft 100-percent rayon from bamboo sheets. The sheets age gracefully without fading and get softer after each wash.
- Set includes: Flat sheet, fitted sheet, two pillowcases (twin set includes only one pillowcase)
- Weave: Twill
- Thread count: 250
- Pattern: Solid
- Fitted sheet pocket depth: 15 inches
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet: Yes
- Color: White
- Materials: 100-percent bamboo rayon
- Comes in a gift box
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Flat: 66 inches x 96 inches
- Fitted: 39 inches x 76 inches x 15 inches
- Pillowcase: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Flat sheet: 80 inches x 94 inches
- Fitted sheet: 54 inches x 75 inches x 15 inches
- Pillowcases: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Flat sheet: 90 inches x 102 inches
- Fitted sheet: 60 inches x 80 inches x 15 inches
- Pillowcases: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Flat sheet: 108 inches x 102 inches
- Fitted sheet: 78 inches x 80 inches x 15 inches
- King pillowcases: 20 inches x 40 inches
California King Dimensions
- Flat sheet: 108 inches x 102 inches
- Fitted sheet: 72 inches x 84 inches x 15 inches
- King pillowcases: 20 inches x 40 inches
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|Materials||100-percent Rayon from Bamboo|
|Color||Blue Off-White Red Silver Tan White|
|Material||Rayon from Bamboo|
|Set Include||2 Piece 3 Piece 4 Piece|
|Thread Count Range||200 - 299 TC|
|Tags||Comfortable Comfy Cozy Inexpensive Soft Softest|
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I first slept on all rayon sheets while visiting family in Manhattan. Up in that high rise, I had the best nights sleep ever and asked what kind of sheets they used. Rayon...rayon? Yes, bamboo rayon which is a synthetic fabric and eco friendly. My first two sets came from a big box store and they pilled rather quickly. Next try was 8 years ago on the Big O! Brielle Bamboo sheets are now the only ones that I sleep on. And a set for the guest room. My housekeeper loves to make my beds so much to feel these sheets which are the softest (the twill are the softest). Since she is a girlfriend to a good friend of mine, I gifted them the Brielle Bamboo Twill King Set in the Platinum Silver. Boy were they happy. I own the Lava Orange and pair with a black comforter that has mixed colors of cabbage roses. I own the Ivory, the Sea Glass, and just received the Red Samba. The Red Samba is so perfect in color. The Samba is a blue red and not an orange red. Looks amazing under that same black comforter with cabbage roses. Highly recommend these for your bed, your guests bed and to give as gifts.Read More
soft and wrinkle resistant to boot!Read More
I purchased these sheets because of the temperature regulating properties of bamboo. I am not sure about that, but I can certainly say they will not stay on my California King mattress. I have a 12" thick Tempurapedic style mattress. I even tried to use sheet clips to stop the slippage to no avail, that just created a hole in the sheets. For the price, I expected a bit better quality. If you like your bed to be impeccably made, do not get these. They wrinkle beyond all belief, but feel nice on the skin.Read More
Not the best bamboo sheets I have purchased. Would not recommend them.Read More
I loved the sheets, but the color was a lot brighter than I needed. It was my fault, but the return was so simple as always with Overstock. The packaging was really well done, and I may order another color for a different room.Read More
Sheets are extremely comfortable. Well worth the price. These ones have survived a couple washing unscathed and are still going strong. Highly recommended especially since most spend around 1/3rd of their day on bedsheetsRead More
Sheets are very soft and wash nicely. Color was true to color in the picture. Sheets feel so soft, cool against your skin, and provide good value for the money.Read More
These have a fine twill weave and are lighter weight in comparison to another Bamboo set I ordered elsewhere. They are fluid and soft and light. I am a sheet snob and was sleeping on fine cotton percale which is getting difficult to find and ultra expensive. I don't like the popular sateen sheets because they snag easily on dry skin and ball up. These rayon from bamboo sheets stay tucked in and don't slither off the bed. I plan to buy another set. I thought I would miss my cool crisp fine cotton percale but I like these even better. So far, no pilling after several washings. Cool to sleep on. No complaints except I wish they were less expensive! Hopefully with the popularity of rayon sheets growing, the prices will drop. I wash them in cold water and usually line dry. I live in the desert so am lucky to be able to do that year round. However, they have been through the dry cycle on low temperature without issues. I highly recommend!Read More
This comes down to personal choice. I am reviewing using my personal opinion and preferences. I was curious about these "bamboo" sheets and the reviews were fairly good.... But I think they are "creepy crawly", i.e. they don't stay tucked in, they wrinkle and I just don't like sleeping on them. I was disappointed after the first night. They are soft as several pointed out.... but when sheets are so soft they creep on the bed like thees do and they come untucked at the foot of the bed, I spend my whole night pulling and tugging at the covers. So nope. I don't like them at all. But let me be clear! I do like Overstock.com and have traded with them for several years. I find them to be fair and anxious to please and keep a good customer.Read More
These sheets are amazing - no piling after several washes! Last set of bamboo sheets we had piled badly, but not these. They were washed and dried several times no shrinking and I have an 18" mattress they fit with no problems!Read More
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Hello maisry, With the Brielle Bamboo Twill Sheet Set they ages gracefully and gets softer after each wash. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
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