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Egyptian Cotton 400 Thread Count Solid Pillowcase Set
This set of two soft 400-thread count Egyptian cotton pillowcases will help you get a good night's sleep every night. Available in a variety of colors to match your existing decor, the machine-washable pillowcases have a sateen weave for added comfort.
ITEM#: 12930233This set of 400 thread count Egyptian cotton pillowcases provides pure luxurious comfort. The solid color pillowcases are conveniently machine washable.
These pillow cases come in a vast assortment of stylish colors, allowing you to choose the one that coordinates best with your existing bedding. Both pillowcases are machine washable, so you can keep them looking clean and fresh. These cases come in two sizes to fit both standard and king-sized pillows. Accentuate the colors of your bedroom with these solid-colored pillowcases and experience luxury without breaking the bank. Each case is made from breathable, machine washable and long-lasting Egyptian cotton. Available in a variety of colors, each pillowcase is woven to display a luxurious sheen that resembles the silky richness of satin.
- Set includes: Two pillowcases
- Weave: Sateen
- Thread count: 400
- Color options: White, ivory, burgundy, hunter green, grey, navy blue, mocha, taupe
- Materials: 100-percent Egyptian cotton
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Standard: 20 inches wide x 30 inches long
- King: 20 inches wide x 40 inches long
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|Color||Blue Brown Green Grey Off-White Red Tan White|
|Set Include||2 Piece|
|Thread Count Range||400 - 499 TC|
|Tags||Comfy Quality Silky Soft|
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Just as advertised, arrived on timeRead More
My only problem is that the color is a little off. I ordered taupe sheets by the same manufacturer and it did not match. I just cover it up by the bed set I bought so it's not a big deal for me. I'd probably buy them again.Read More
I never took them out of the package so I can't comment on size or comfort -the grey was so different from my sheets I decided to return them immediately. This "grey" is more of a brown; there is a mauve tint to it. Looks like more to the pink side then to the green.Read More
The color is nowhere near taupe and is more of a milk chocolate color. Very misleading photo!Read More
One of the two pillow cases out of the package was only half-sewn on one side, leaving about a 12" open ragged gap. It's so obvious no one could have NOT seen it, but it was packaged and shipped as-is. Sad.Read More
Love the color and feel of the pillow cases. I had purchased flannel sheets and needed a couple more pillow cases in a darker color. Wish I would have purchased the sheets too. These are much better than the flannel.Read More
I wish there were sheets that matched these pillow cases. I bought them to supplement another sheet set. I love them.Read More
Material is sooooo nice - easy to sleep on - stays cool and you don't wake up with bed headRead More
Quality and feel of pillow cases are excellent. I needed some extra pillow cases to match a duvet set. These work fine.Read More
The fabric is thick, and soft. The price is high, in my opinion, for two pillowcases. This seemed the only way to get the quality I wanted, so I purchased them.Read More
Questions & Answers
How to Clean Pillow Shams
There's nothing like resting your head on soft, fresh pillow shams. Pillow shams bring comfort and style to pillows of all sizes and shapes, but if they aren't cleaned properly, they can turn your pillows into a major headache. Fortunately for you, learning to clean and maintain pillow shams and pillowcases is quite easy. Your pillow shams are an investment, so figuring out how to take care of them should be a top priority when you're thinking about bedding. If you want to keep all your shams and pillowcases looking their best, take a look at the helpful article below, where you'll learn how to clean pillow shams.
Best Materials for Shams
One type of bedding that every bed requires is shams. Shams can refer to either the large decorative pillow that frames a made bed or the special pillow cover that encases it. Sham pillows, covers and other pillowcases are essential to keeping your bed a comfortable and clean place to rest, especially if you prefer to sleep on more than one pillow. Decorative shams also add style and class to your bed. Of course, style and comfort are relative, so it's nice to know that shams are available in a variety of materials, styles and colors. If you're shopping for pillowcases but don't know what type will work best for you, don't fret. Keep reading to learn about the best materials for shams.
How to Accent Your Bedding with Pillow Shams
For an easy way to switch up the look of your home, turn to pillow shams the next time you have a home makeover project in mind. Made to fit over bed pillows or accent pillows, decorative pillowcases typically feature an opening in the back or on the side so you can discreetly cover pillows and then take them off easily for washing or sleeping. Besides the standard pillowcases that come with bedding sets and are made to fit bed pillows, you can also find pillow shams in a variety of sizes for unique decorating. Keep reading to learn how to accent your bedding with pillows shams in every size and style.
Tips on Buying Bedroom Comforter Sets
Buying new bedding for your bedroom can be challenging, but a bedroom comforter set makes the whole process easier. Bedroom comforter sets, which feature a comforter and shams, at the least, or a comforter, shams, bed skirt and throw pillows at the most, provide a simple, inexpensive way to decorate your bedroom. Keep reading for five tips on buying bedroom comforter sets.
Top Euro Pillow Cover Styles
Measuring in at 26 inches by 26 inches, Euro pillows are the older sibling of standard throw pillows used to accent everything from beds to couches. These oversized pillows are loved for their versatility and the bold impact they create in any room. A Euro pillow insert is typically sold separately from Euro pillow shams, but both are essential for decorating. Removable Euro pillow shams make it easy to change your look and are simple to clean. When you're in the mood for a whole design style, Euro pillows and pillow covers are an affordable option. Keep reading to learn more about the top Euro pillow cover styles.
How to Pick a Pillow
Even if you have a top-of-the-line mattress and an 800 thread count sheet set, your bed is not likely to be comfortable without the right pillow tucked under your cheek. Nothing ruins a good night's sleep like a bad pillow. Unfortunately, it's easy to underestimate the value of a good pillow. Not only do good pillows add aesthetic value to your bed, but they can also be the difference between a restful night or an aching back and neck. Pillows come in different shapes, sizes and firmness. Take a look below to learn how to pick a pillow.
Tips on Buying a Queen Comforter Set
One of the simplest ways to change the look of your queen-size bed is to invest in a queen comforter set. A queen comforter set -- which typically includes a queen-size comforter, matching pillows shams and, sometimes, matching throw pillows and a bedskirt -- can give your bedroom a designer look without making you pay a designer price. For tips on choosing the right queen comforter set, keep reading.
FAQs about Sateen Sheets
Sateen sheets are high-quality sheets woven in the same way as traditional satin. Unlike satin, sateen sheets are made with more common fibers, such as cotton. Sateen sheets are soft to the touch and allow skin to slide smoothly into bed. Sateen sheets are available in very high thread counts, and as such, are quite durable. Take a look below for some of the most frequently asked questions about sateen sheets.
Top 5 Reasons to Buy Bed Sheet Sets
Decorating your bedroom is made simple with sheet sets in coordinating colors and styles. Bed sheet sets take the guesswork out of buying sheets by including a matching flat sheet, fitted sheet, and pillowcases all in one ensemble. From children's character sheet sets to cozy jersey cotton sheet sets, you can find whatever style you're looking all in one convenient package. Keep reading to explore the top five reasons to buy bed sheet sets.
Popular Types of Quilts
Out of all the bedding made, quilts may be the most diverse. Quilts are produced in all kinds of colors, patterns, sizes, styles and types. If you're looking for a quilt but don't know where to start, take a look at the popular types of quilts below to learn more about this beautiful kind of bedding. Amish quilts: These beautiful quilts reflect the Amish way of living and feature solid colors, deep hues, geometric patterns and very little embellishment. Amish quilts contain the highest quality of construction and stitching, and, sometimes, the wonderful stitch patterns (scrolls, feathers) contrast with the simple backgrounds of their quilts. Applique quilts: These quilts use a French needlework technique where fabric pieces are sewn onto another piece of material to create a design. Applique is used extensively in the quilting process and is not to be confused with patchwork. Patchwork pieces are joined together; applique is sewn on top of the whole piece. Baltimore album quilts: Baltimore album quilts came from Maryland in the early 1800s. Each block in the design of these quilts is appliqued differently, often in ornate floral patterns. Bangladeshi quilts: These quilts are made with layers of Saree cloth. Saree cloth is silk cloth used by women of India to wrap and fold around the body as a garment. The cloth is usually 40 to 60 inches wide by 6 yards long. These quilts are used as bedding or as decorative pieces. Bargello quilts: Bargello quilts are created with offset squares in an up-and-down geometric "V" pattern. The small squares of different fabrics and the colorful designs make these quilts true works of art. Hawaiian quilts: Hawaiian quilts are not pieced, and they usually showcase a large, symmetrical applique in the center of the quilt. Most often the background is white or another solid color. Patchwork quilts: Patchwork quilts are constructed of many small pieces of fabric which are put together in an improvised or irregular pattern. This is a well-known quilt style, and examples of historical patchwork quilts are found in many museums. Ralli quilts: Ralli quilts, sometimes known as rilli quilts, are traditional quilts made in India or Pakistan. There is an abundance of embroidery as well as applique on the patchwork patterns. Star quilts: Star quilts are created with a large star shape, or several star shapes, dominating the pattern. Wedding ring quilts: Wedding ring quilts are crafted in a design of interlocking rings. This pattern goes far back in history: in the fourth century it was used to decorate drinking cups in Rome. Wedding ring quilts are highly popular and make wonderful wedding gifts. If you're looking for a gift to please an engaged couple, you can't go wrong with a wedding quilt. Bedding always makes a significant gift for the bride and groom, and a quilt with coordinating Egyptian cotton sheets can be even better. View All Quilts Back to Guides Directory View All Quilts
Tips on Contemporary Bedding
Whether you want a luxury bedroom or something with a Japanese-inspired, unadorned wabi-sabi simplicity, a neutral backdrop or something popping with color and style, your bedding can set the tone in a contemporary bedroom. Many people just throw the sheets and blankets on the bed and call it a day, but to create a stylish and distinctly modern focal point in the room, contemporary bedding is essential. This article will give you some handy tips on contemporary bedding.
FAQs about Bed-in-a-bag Sets
A bed-in-a-bag set is a wonderful way to instantly update the look of your bedroom. Available in a wide variety of sizes, fabrics and colors, bed-in-a-bag sets can easily fit into any bedroom decor. Bed-in-a-bag sets also save time and money because everything you need to change the look of your bed can be found in one set, at a fraction of the cost of purchasing individual bedding pieces. Look below for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about bed-in-a-bag sets.
Sheets Buying Guide
Your bedding makes a big difference in the quality of your sleep, and sheets make a big difference in the quality of your bedding. Today, you can buy sheets in a greater number of different fabrics, colors, and sizes than ever before, meaning that it's easier than ever to find sheets that fit your taste and match your other bedding perfectly. It also means that you may need some help narrowing down your selection when you're shopping for sheets. Here's how to buy sheets that suit your needs.
FAQs about Luxury Bedding Ensembles
The easiest way to stylishly outfit your bed is with a luxury bedding ensemble. These all-inclusive bedding sets make it easy to transform the look of your bedroom without purchasing each piece individually. Before you start shopping, you may want to get the basics about luxury bed-in-a-bag sets, so keep reading to get the answers to frequently asked questions about luxury bedding ensembles.
FAQs about Bedding
The world of bedding has a surprising number of complexities. Whether you're looking to buy new bedding or take care of what you have, there are a variety of things you should know. Take a look at this article to learn the answers to frequently asked questions about bedding.
Best Bed Linen Basics
When outfitting your bed, there should be a few key players in your bed linen lineup. Whether you're just venturing out on your own and need to start from scratch or want to completely restock your linen closet, there are a few bedding basics you'll want to keep on hand to make your bedroom feel put together and comfortable. Keep reading for a breakdown of the best bed linen basics.
Percale Sheets Fact Sheet
Percale, a type of broadcloth, is known for the tight manner in which it is woven, instead of its fiber content. Percale sheets are elegant, smooth and soft. If you're looking for new bedding, look at the percale sheets fact sheet below.
How to Choose Quality Bed Linens
The bedroom is one of the most personal rooms in a home, and bed linens are often your best bet for creating a space that reflects your personality. It should be a relaxing retreat with a luxurious bed as the focal point of the room. Create that restful feeling by choosing high-quality bedding. While many people splurge on a down comforter or feather pillows, they sometimes skimp on bed linens. Don't make the mistake of settling for low-quality bedding. After all, bed linens are the part of the bed that touches your skin. Look below to learn how to choose quality bed linens.
Cotton Thread Bed Linen Fact Sheet
Cotton comes from the same plant family as the hibiscus, and it provides the material for the majority of bedding in production today. From 100 percent cotton sheets to fabric blends that include silk, polyester, and even bamboo fibers, cotton provides soft, durable bedding in a wide range of quality and price. Here's what you need to know while you shop.
Flannel Sheets vs Cotton Sheets
The choice of sheet fabric can be difficult, and for good reason. There are considerations like care, benefits and warmth factor that can make choosing sheets difficult, even between two fabrics such as flannel and cotton. Armed with the right knowledge, however, your choice can be made much easier.
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