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Roxbury Park Baratto Linen Prairie Sheet Set
This sheet set features triple prairie embroidered stripes on the hems of the flat sheet and pillowcases. Made especially for the Roxbury Park Linen Prairie on Prarie Baratto duvet cover ensemble, this set is composed of 100-percent linen.
ITEM#: 14991178This sheet set features triple prairie embroidered stripes on the hems of the flat sheet and pillowcases. Made especially for the Roxbury Park Linen Prairie on Prarie Baratto duvet cover ensemble, this set is composed of 100-percent linen.
- Set includes: Embroidered flat sheet, fitted sheet, two embroidered pillowcases
- Weave: Sateen
- Sheet type: Solid
- Pattern: Embroidered
- Fitted sheet pocket depth: 18 inches
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet: Yes
- Color: Ivory
- Materials: 100-percent linen
- Care instructions: Machine wash tumble dry
- Fitted sheet: 60 inches x 80 inches
- Flat sheet: 90 inches x 102 inches
- Pillowcase: 20 inches x 30 inches
- Fitted sheet: 78 inches x 80 inches
- Flat sheet: 108 inches x 102 inches
- Pillowcase: 20 inches x 40 inches
California King Dimensions
- Fitted sheet: 72 inches x 84 inches
- Flat sheet: 108 inches x 102 inches
- Pillowcase: 20 inches x 40 inches
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|Type||Embroidered Luxury Solid|
|Pattern||Border Embroidered Solid Color Stripe|
|Set Include||2 Piece 4 Piece|
|Tags||Classic Comfortable Expensive Luxurious Soft|
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I am a bit of a skeptic when it comes to practical items like sheets but I had heard that linen sheets were pretty amazing. I do like linen clothing and had a coupon so I decided to give them a try. The first thing I noticed is that they are extremely heavy--don't know if that is good or bad. Also, I could only fit one sheet at a time in our front loading washing machine. They are also quite large and don't stay "taut" on the bed. However, I have slept on them now for about a week and seem to be sleeping better than I have in a long time. Is it the sheets? Perhaps. They don't "stick" to my skin at all and I live in a pretty hot climate. I seem to stay cooler than with cotton sheets. I think I will be buying linen sheets from now on. My suggestion: if you like linen and do not like sheets that stick to your skin, give them a try.Read More
Nice set of bed sheet although a bit pricey. The sheets crinkle a lot, but i think all linen sheets crinkle. Overall, i love my purchase.Read More
Sheets seemed heavenly. The beauty of linen sheets are their strength.:: estimated to last from 100 to 150 washings. After 6 months of use, the center of the lower sheet was worn completely through. It is a shame they did not live up to their reputation..Read More
After of 10 months using this set it was torn and become a net with big holeRead More
Questions & Answers
Hello, gulliverup. These sheets are 100% linen, so cotton weight and thread count do not apply. They have approximately 250 threads per square inch and they do no have seams. The sheets are very comfortable--warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Since they are linen, the sheets get softer after each washing. Thank you for shopping with us.
Is this linen from the flax plant?
Hello hula2, Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, this plant is made from the flax plant. I hope this helps. Happy shopping!
what is the depth of the fitted sheet for the queen?
Hello, the depth is 18 inches.
Tips on Changing Sheets
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Bed Linen Fact Sheet
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Top 5 Reasons to Buy Bed Sheet Sets
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How to Fold a Fitted Sheet
Having an organized linen closet is easier than you think. Don't be intimidated by fitted sheets; the elastic around the edges makes it hard to fold them by conventional means, but they are quite manageable once you know how to handle them. Here is a quick and easy tutorial for learning how to fold a fitted sheet. These steps can be used on any size of fitted bedding. You might need to make adjustments depending on how small you want the folded sheet to be; for example, if you are folding a king sheet you may want to fold it into quarters instead of thirds. Read on to learn how to fold fitted sheets.
Three Unique Ways to Use King Sheets
If you have a surplus of king sheets taking up space in your linen closet, try using them in different ways. Flat king-sized sheets aren't confined the bed, so take advantage of their large yardage and use them creatively around the house. Buying king-size sheets is often cheaper than purchasing raw fabric, and they are already hemmed, which makes sewing projects easier. Keep reading to learn three unique ways to use king sheets.
Best Fabrics for Sheets
Sheets come in a huge variety of fabrics. Different type of sheets offer different benefits, and so it's good to know what characterizes them. Take a look at the sheet fabric types below to learn about what differentiates sheet fabrics.Knowing the different sheet textiles can help you determine the best fabrics for sheets to adorn your bed.
Organic Linen Fabric Fact Sheet
When shopping for eco-friendly linens and environmentally friendly sheets, you can choose from several types of organic fibers. Organic linen fabric can be slightly more expensive than standard linens, but it offers a multitude of benefits for the eco-conscious consumer. There are several reasons to consider organic linen fabric over conventional cotton, nylon and other materials when you're buying new sheets. This organic linen fabric fact sheet should help you learn why.
Bed Sheet Fabric Guide
When you are purchasing bed sheets, you have a lot to consider. Color, size and style are all important factors you will want to think about when you're looking for the ideal sheets, but the most important factor of all is fabric. The fabric of your sheets will determine how comfortable you are at night. Everyone has a different favorite among sheet fabrics, so take a look at the bed sheet fabric guide below to learn about their varying characteristics.
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On cool winter nights, slipping between cozy flannelette sheets at the end of a long day can feel like heaven. Flannelette sheets, commonly known as "flannel sheets" in the United States, are warm, fuzzy cotton bed sheets than are perfect for cool winter months, cold sleepers and rustic decor. If you're interested in buying a new set of warm flannelette sheets or flannel sheets, then keep reading for answers to commonly asked questions about flannelette sheets.
How to Put Sheets on a Bed
Whether you want to or not, learning to put sheets on a bed is an essential skill. A properly sheeted bed can make all the difference for a room's overall look. Plus, when sheets are placed on a bed in the right way, you're sure to feel an increase in comfort. This article will help you learn how to put sheets on a bed.
Best Ways to Store Bedding
Bedding can be bulky and inconvenient to store, especially if you have several sheet sets and blankets for multiple beds in the house. If you have a linen closet, it can be difficult to keep organized. If you don't have a linen closet, storing bedding can be even more of a headache. Keep your sheets and comforters organized and out of the way by storing bedding correctly and efficiently. Look below to learn the best ways to store bedding.
How to Care for Silk Sheets
When you choose to buy silk sheets, you're making a long-term investment in your personal comfort. Silk sheets are smooth and pleasing to the skin, retaining heat in the winter and keeping your body cool in the summer. Some consumers may be deterred from purchasing silk sheets because they fear they'll get stuck with a "delicate" fabric that falls apart after washing. Rest assured that silk is not only one of the sturdiest fabrics available, but it's also not prone to pesky wrinkles like other types of linens. Quality silk sheets can give you a lifetime of comfort and ask that you give them only a little tender loving care in return. Take a look below to learn how to care for silk sheets.
How to Choose Silk Sheets
Upgrading your bedroom from standard to luxurious is easy when you put silk sheets on your bed. Soft and lightweight, silk sheets turn your bed into a haven for sleeping and lounging. If you're ready to upgrade the sheets for your bed, there are a few key things to consider. Here's how to choose silk sheets.
Common Questions about Bed Sheets
Anyone looking to purchase new bed sheets is certain to have plenty of questions. From size to maintenance, there are all kinds of things to ask about sheets before making a decision. If you want to be a sheet expert before purchasing new bedding, take a look at the article below, where you will find answers to some common questions about bed sheets.
Cotton Thread Bed Linen Fact Sheet
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FAQs about Sheets
With so many different options out there, shopping for and caring for sheets can be a mystifying process. While you can find out the basics of using and buying sheets on any old FAQ sheet, there are always a few questions that are left unanswered. You can find some answers to those more random questions on this sheet featuring new questions about sheets.
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