We have the pillow top mattress and usually have to have the 18" deep pocket sheets. Will these sheets work?
Organic Rayon from Bamboo Collection Sheet Set
Drift off to sleep in comfort with these 300-thread count organic rayon sheets. Available in several colors, these sheets are pleasing to the eye and soft to the touch. Each set includes a flat sheet, a fitted sheet, and at least one pillow case.
ITEM#: 15125779The finest rayon from bamboo and organic cotton yarns have created this 300 thread count fabric with a uniquely soft, smooth touch. This natural sheet set is available in five colors and includes a flat sheet, fitted sheet and pillowcases.
- Set includes: Flat sheet, fitted sheet, two pillowcases (only one pillowcase in twin set)
- Weave: Sateen
- Thread count: 300
- Sheet type: Solid luxury
- Pattern: Solid
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet: Yes
- Color options: Bisque, grey, linen, silver sage, white
- Materials: 60-percent rayon made from bamboo, 40-percent organic cotton
- Care instructions: Machine wash cold
- Fitted sheet: 78 inches x 80 inches x 18 inches deep
- Flat sheet: 108 inches x 106 inches
- King Pillowcase: 21 inches x 40 inches
- Fitted sheet: 60 inches x 80 inches x 18 inches deep
- Flat sheet: 90 inches x 106 inches
- Queen Pillowcase: 21 inches x 34 inches
- Fitted sheet: 39 inches x 75 inches x 15 inches deep
- Flat sheet: 66 inches x 96 inches
- Standard Pillowcase: 21 inches x 30 inches
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|Color||Brown Green Grey Silver Tan White|
|Material||Rayon from Bamboo|
|Type||Luxury Organic Solid|
|Set Include||1 Piece 2 Piece 3 Piece 4 Piece 6 Piece|
|Thread Count Range||300 - 399 TC|
|Tags||Chic Classic Comfortable Quality Smooth Soft Softest|
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I bought these sheets to use on our new king sized bed that was delivered a month ago. I have 2 sets of sheets that we alternate between every week meaning these sheets have been washed less than 4 times. They are already starting to fray along the edges. They are wonderfully soft and don't really wrinkle, but what is that when I know I'm going to have to replace them 6 months after buying them? Save your $*** and apply towards a better quality product. I'm so upset.Read More
These sheets are great so far. They have been through two washings and no loose threads. Very soft, have a good shape and are perfect size for a King size bed. We have a eco-foam bed that is about 18" deep. perfect fit, I am ordering more.Read More
sheets looked great on arrival with a nice sheen and feel - washed twice and they are terribly wrinkled and do not look like 'luxury' at all - will keep but will not order anymore - overpriced for the quality for sureRead More
I have washed these once and I will use them for the first time. The fabric is soft and the color - I bought the gray - is nice. I have never owned bamboo sheets before.Read More
They are really smooth and soft. I am going to buy some more!Read More
The king size sheets fit well, they are very soft and of good quality. I would buy again and recommend them. The grey is a great color too.Read More
These sheets are as soft as I'd hoped. Great value.Read More
This sheet set is so comfortable. I washed it, put it in the drier and placed it on the bed. Color is amazing and it did not shrink. I would recommend this to anyone who wants Bamboo sheets and a good no great nights sleep.Read More
I was looking for bamboo sheets because I previously bought a set from Costco that I just LOVED!! Unfortunately Costco doesn't seem to sell them any longer. The reviews for these sheets were very good, so I purchased them. I am really disappointed that these sheets are nowhere near as soft as the bamboo sheets from Costco. There is nothing wrong with them as ordinary sheets go, but I could have purchased ordinary sheets for much less than I paid for these,Read More
I ordered these sheets because they were advertised as Bamboo but when the sheets arrived today, they are in fact made of Rayon AND COTTON. The Rayon is understandable- Rayon is Bamboo. However, the COTTON was not advertised. I ordered Bamboo sheets because my son has a cotton allergy. I will be returning the sheets tomorrow.Read More
Questions & Answers
Thank you for contacting us bruwe. I am not sure what size sheet set you are inquiring about so I attached the following dimensions: King Sheet Set ? Flat: 108 x 106 +4, Fitted: 78 x 80 +18 Queen Sheet Set ? Flat: 90 x 106 +4, Fitted: 60 x 80+18 Twin Sheet Set ? Flat: 66 x 96 +4, Fitted: 39 x 75+15 As you can see both the King and Queen size sheets would fit as they are 18? deep fitted sheets.If you need any additional information please let me know.
Country where made? Fabrics from what country?
Hello soonerdee, this made in China. Thank you for shopping with us.
What is the pocket depth for the king fitted sheet?
Thank you for your question robinthebaker. Pocket depth of 16 inches and Machine washable. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
Do you know anything about the cotton and bamboo sourcing or certifications of this product? Is there a brand name?
Thank you for your question greenpiece. . Please be advised that the cotton and rayon from bamboo, used to construct this bedding collection, as well as, the production is USDA Organic and certified by the OCIA International Organic Certification. I hope this helps, have a great day
As these are wrinkle free sheets, does the resin that was applied contains formaldehyde?
Contains AZO free and formaldehyde free dyes Thank you for your question. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
what percentage cotton and what percentage bamboo are these?
60-percent rayon made from bamboo, 40-percent organic cotton.Thank you for your question. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
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