Can someone describe the linen color vs. the ivory color? I'm looking for a tannish/creamy color, but not yellowy.
Egyptian Cotton Percale 475 Thread Count Deep Pocket Sheet Set and Optional Pillowcase Separates
Make your bed with style with these solid-colored deep-pocket sheet sets. These sheets are constructed of 100-percent cotton percale and have a thread count of 475. These sets are available in ten different colors to meet your decorating needs.
ITEM#: 15395948These crisp 475 thread count 100-percent cotton percale sheets are detailed with sophisticated dual-band hem treatment. The set is oversized and the pocket fits extra deep pillowtop mattresses.
- Set includes: Flat sheet, fitted sheet, two pillowcases (only one in twin set)
- Weave: Percale
- Thread count: 475
- Sheet type: Cotton
- Pattern: Solid
- Fitted sheet pocket depth: 24 inches
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet: Yes
- Color options: Slate blue, green, linen, taupe, camel, cashmere, white, ivory, grey, chocolate
- Materials: 100-percent cotton percale
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Fitted sheet: 39 inches x 75 inches
- Flat sheet: 66 inches x 94 inches
- Pillowcase: 20 inches x 30 inches
Twin XL Dimensions
- Fitted sheet: 39 inches x 80 inches
- Flat sheet: 66 inches x 102 inches
- Pillowcase: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Fitted sheet: 54 inches x 75 inches
- Flat sheet: 84 inches x 96 inches
- Pillowcases: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Fitted sheet: 60 inches x 80 inches
- Flat sheet: 94 inches x 106 inches
- Pillowcases: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Fitted sheet: 78 inches x 80 inches
- Flat sheet: 112 inches x 106 inches
- Pillowcases: 20 inches x 40 inches
California King Dimensions
- Fitted sheet: 72 inches x 84 inches
- Flat sheet: 112 inches x 106 inches
- Pillowcases: 20 inches x 40 inches
The digital images we display have the most accurate color possible. However, due to differences in computer monitors, we cannot be responsible for variations in color between the actual product and your screen.
|Color||Blue Brown Green Grey Off-White Tan White|
|Type||Deep Pocket Percale Solid|
|Set Include||2 Piece 3 Piece 4 Piece|
|Thread Count Range||400 - 499 TC|
|Tags||Comfortable Comfy Luxurious Quality Smooth Soft Softest Summer Warm|
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The fitted sheet is too big for a king bed. It is probably made for a cal king.Read More
Sheets were as previous reviewers said, crisp to the point of abrasiveness. I was willing to live with that, but the sheets split after six months. I expect sheets to last for years. These won't.Read More
We love these sheets!! They are so soft and comfy. They stay pretty cool, too. Be careful getting the gray/silver color. My husband sweats in his sleep and the pillow case is grungy looking after him sweating on it so much! :( We will definitely purchase these again when we buy a bigger bed!!Read More
The material is nice. The workmanship not too nice. Very deep pockets is great.Read More
Pocket seam on these is a full 16" Im not even kidding, that as long as my forearm to the end of outstretched fingers. Sodding enormous, big enough to fit LOOSELY across my 66" wide Olympic Queen bed. This will fit over anything you throw at it, and the fitted sheet will need some tucking to tighten for all but the highest stacked beds. Nice middle weight percale, not super soft out of the first wash but pleasant and crisp. Should soften up with use. Good elastic all the way around, seem like solid medium-quality sheets. Outstanding value. Note that I washed in cold and dried on lowest setting, and the stitching on the pillowcases still shrank. Wash with care. Pillowcases are a weird size: mine came with 4 not 2, but 2 of them were 1.5" narrower than the others. No idea why.Read More
These are the classic old fashioned, cotton percale sheets. Percale is meant to be crisp and has more body than sateen. If you're looking for something soft, then these are probably not for you. Percale does soften some with repeated washing, and will last awhile if fabric softener is used sparingly, and even longer if line dried. Line drying also reduces wrinkles with percale, unlike most other things. Don't spin them too dry; wash them on permanent press cycle or even delicate to avoid this. Give them a few shakes and hang out. They'll smell fresher and you'll save energy. Some of the stiffness will go away as they dry. Iron, if you feel like it. I sometimes iron them for the guest bed after spraying with lavender water, and occasionally even for ourselves, when I'm not too busy.;) It's not difficult if folded properly, and our guest bed is king size. I only do along the top 12-16 inches of the flat sheet, [the part that shows when the sheets are folded down] and the fitted sheet stretches enough, it's not needed. Pillowcases are just fun, a no-brainer. These are classic cotton percale, like your classic oxford shirt. If you don't want wrinkles, they'll need ironing. If you're looking for soft, silky sheets, then you want sateen, not percale. [or silk!] If you just want easy care and comfort is secondary, then go for a blend, like poly-cotton. If you want only good looks and something that'll make you sweat, then try microfiber. [!] Learn the difference between different kinds of sheets and you will not be as likely to be disappointed.Read More
These sheets are perfect! They have extra deep pockets (yay!). The pockets are so deep, that I actually have extra room and don't have to pull to near-seam-ripping to get them over the mattress. Yay again! The fabric is very nice and high quality. I always wash my sheets in HOT water, and these sheets are holding up quite well. Percale vs Sateen: Percale is my personal sheet preference, and this is why I ordered these. If you are not familiar with these two different styles/fabrics, please pay attention. A lot of folks are complaining in the reviews about the feel of the sheets. However, these are perfect percale sheets! I think those complaints are arising, because those folks would prefer sateen sheets. Percale is a crisper sheet. These are still quite soft and very, very nice. But they are intended to be crisp. That's why I like percale. It is what I desire in a sheet. Sateen sheets are silkier in feel. They are more like butter. I don't like buttery sheets (but lots of folks do). If you want "buttery", order sateen sheets (not these!). If you want crisp, order these. If you are a percale person, these sheets will not disappoint!Read More
I was concerned about ordering this product because the other reviews said that the sheets were so uncomfortable. Straight out of the package, the sheets were very scratchy and uncomfortable. But I washed once with hot water and dried on high heat and now the sheets are really comfortable. The fitted sheet is very very deep and covers the large mattress pad easily with room to spare. Very happy with the purchase. Minus one star because the "slate blue" color was much darker than expected - almost looks black.Read More
I love the size of the sheets. The texture is not as soft as I thought it would be, being percale but I think it may be that the sizing wasn't fully out after two washings. The color is good. I made a mistake in my first order and thought I could substitute different size pillow cases. I found out that what they mean is that you have the option of ordering additional pillow cases of another size. I was able to return the extra pillow cases, since a phone call to the 800 number only continued my confusion. On the whole, I am satisfied with the product and the service. I have ordered another set.Read More
Items arrived before scheduled date; washed and placed on bed and I am one happy customer - perfect for my bed and the deep pockets are perfect - no more fighting to place the sheets on the bed, and the perfect amount of softness for me!Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello hudsongrl, we appreciate your inquiry. The ivory has more of the yellow tone. The linen is more of the cooler tone (tan-ish/creamy tone). We hope this information has been helpful. Thank you for shopping with us. Have a great day!
Do you have any Cal King fitted sheet that is 22" deep pocket or more....JUST the fitted sheet only? I don't need the whole set.
Hello toatiedog, We do not have an option to purchase the sheet by itself. I hope this information helps. Thank you for shopping with us.
Are these sheets single ply, 2 ply, 4 ply?
Hello aldertree, We appreciate your inquiry. The sheets are single ply. We hope you have found this information helpful. Thank you for shopping with us.
They are flimsy and really scratchy!!! I washed them 4 times and still not soft.
How deep is the pocket. Is it 22 inches or more?
Hello deadbeatmama55, The pocket depth is 24 inches deep. Thank you for shopping with us!
This is a little confusing. Under product details it says it's a top sheet, bottom & pillowcase, but then you have optional pillowcase separates in the title too. Can you clarify that the twin XL comes with one pillowcase or does it have to be purchased separately?
Hello jmaxselfa, thank you for your interest in the Egyptian Cotton Percale 475 Thread Count Deep Pocket Sheet Set and Optional Pillowcase Separates. The Twin XL does come with 1 pillowcase. This item gives you the choice to purchase additional pillowcases if you want to. I hope this clears up any confusion. Thank you for shopping with us, and have a great day!
are these wrinkle free?
Hello elishaf, Wrinkle-resistant Egyptian Cotton Percale 475 Thread Count Deep Pocket Sheet Set and Optional Pillowcase Separates. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
Where are these sheets made?
Hello willzy, these sheets are made in Pakistan. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
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