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Solid Marrow Stitch 1500 Thread Count King-size Sheet Set
Sleep in luxurious comfort with this set of king-size, 1500-thread-count sheets. The fitted sheet is fully elasticized and will accommodate up to 18-inch mattresses. The 100 percent cotton sateen-finished sheets will enhance any bedroom setting.
ITEM#: 14155095Update your bedroom decor with this luxurious marrow-stitched king-size sheet set. Constructed of 100-percent cotton, this sheet set features a sateen finish for an elegant look and soft feel.
- Set includes: One flat sheet, one fitted sheet and two pillowcases
- Weave: Sateen
- Thread count: 1500
- Sheet type: Solid
- Pattern: Solid
- Fitted sheet pocket depth: 15 inches (fits mattresses up to 18 inches thick)
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet: Yes
- Materials: 100-percent cotton
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Fitted sheet: 78 inches wide x 80 inches long
- Flat sheet: 108 inches wide x 102 inches long
- Pillowcases: 20 inches wide x 40 inches long
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|Materials||100- percent Cotton|
|Color||Beige Brown Ivory Red Tan White|
|Type||Deep Pocket Luxury Solid|
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These are the nicest of all the high TC sheets I have ever found. They are thick but soft after washing and only one dryer cycle. Not at all canvas like as one reviewer observed. I have used 1200 tc sheets for years and wanted to try these to see if there was a significant difference in quality for the price and there is. I like them a lot. It is true they are not as white as I expected but a long way from ivory.Read More
To me, they are perfect, if you like heavy sheets,like I do, these are for you. They do not rankle easily, the color stays like new, and they have a nice shine and silky feeling.Read More
If you are looking for a sheet with the look and feel of a canvas dropcloth, this one is for you! What it lacks in a sateen comfort finish it makes up for with shrinkage so it no longer fits the bed. I cannot recommend this product.Read More
These sheets are amazing, thicker than 1000 count, but smooth and luxuious to sleep on. they will be extremely durable!!! Be aware they are not soft and silky.out of the package......but heavy and dense. Typical of high count sheets......they soften as they are used and washed. I have always bought at least 1000 ct sheets, and decided to try these 1500 count....I am very pleased and will buy another set right away.....the fit is very good and they are dreamy to sleep on!!!Read More
...after several wash cycles, these sheets are so smooth and soft that nothing compares. This is the second set we've ordered. The last set lasted over seven years of daily use before they finally wore out at the seams and folded edges. We had purchased an alternate set of 800-count, but they were only used eight or ten times because they weren't as soft. I had checked overstock from time-to-time and they don't always seem to have these in stock. We were literally despondent that we might not be able to replace our old, fraying 1500-thread count sheets. Needless to say, I was thrilled to find them back in stock in time for Christmas. I have recommended these sheets to several skeptical friends who ordered a set of their own. All made a point to comment later what great advice it was to purchase these sheets. Pretty much everyone now agrees they are so spoiled that a night at a Four Seasons, or similar, just isn't the same as sleeping in your own bedding. Assuming you like your mattress, for far, far less than a single night's stay at a high-end hotel, these sheets will, literally, transform your own bed into one of the most comfortable places you will ever sleep. This one is a no-brainer.Read More
Even as much as I paid for these sheets, I should have known when it said "fits up to 18" deep" that it would't be true. I have a 17" mattress, I did wash the sheets before use, and the bottom sheet fights to stay on the mattress. This is very irritating because the reason I went with a higher dollar sheet set was in hopes of getting sheets that didn't shrink and didn't slip off the bottom mattress. That being said, since we are going to buy a new mattress set in January and we will never have another 18" deep mattress, the sheets should fit fine at that time. They are, as others have said, VERY heavy (hubby likened them to canvas) but are soft. I think we will be glad of the heaviness in the winter but hope by summer they will have softened up in the wash. I am of two minds on the sheets - on the one hand, they are very well made, very silky to the touch, are obviously not a cheap set, and they are a beautiful dark color. On the other hand, I battle the bottom sheet, trying to keep it on the mattress. Would I buy them again - maybe. I won't know until I see if they soften up in the wash and see if they shrink more. Do I like them? Yes, very much. But probably not enough to buy again.Read More
I was surprised by the thickness of these sheets has have never purchased such a high thread count. Before washing them I considered sending them back, but I am glad I didn't. I really enjoy the weigh and strength of them with my down comforter. The only concern I have is that the white isn't as white as I expected them to be. I held them up against my old white sheets, and they are a little beiger then I thought they should be.Read More
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Bed Sheet Thread Count Fact Sheet
The thread count of bed sheets refers to the number of threads per square inch of fabric. For example, if a square inch of fabric in a 300-thread count sheet with a standard weave were examined closely, 150 vertical threads and 150 horizontal threads would be counted, for a sum total of 300. The higher the thread count, the softer and smoother the sheets will be. Thread count is an important consideration to take when choosing a new set of sheets, but it should not be used as a sole indicator of quality. Equally important in choosing a bed sheet is the type and quality of the materials used as well as the fabric's weave.
FAQs about California King Sheets
As the longest beds available on the market, California kings are excellent beds to accommodate tall sleepers. California kings measure 72 inches wide by 84 inches long, which is 4 inches longer than standard king beds. California king size sheets are available in a wide variety of fabrics, colors and thread counts for you to choose from for your California king mattress. Look below to learn answers to the most frequently asked questions about California king sheets.
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.
Sheets - Luxury Weaves
Changing your bedding, especially your sheets, is a great way to change the look of your bedroom as well as improve your night's rest. As you're looking for new sheets, think beyond color and thread count. The weave used for a sheet set makes a big difference in how your sheets will feel and look. Keep reading to learn more about five different sheet weaves and their characteristics.
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.
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.
FAQs about Flannel Sheets
During cold winter months, flannel sheets are often the bedding of choice. Not only are they soft, but they fit on a variety of bed sizes, ranging from cribs to California king flannel sheets. There are plenty of choices when you're looking for flannel sheets: weight, pattern, color and price all play a role. Although flannel sheets are usually only associated with cold weather, they are also useful for increasing comfort during warmer months. Read over this article to find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about flannel sheets.
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.
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.
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.
FAQs about Baby Bed Sheets
Babies sleep up to 16 hours a day, so finding the right baby bed sheets for your little one to snooze on is important to you and your baby. While picking a color and pattern you like is a fun and important part of buying sheets, the search for baby bed sheets shouldn't end there. The size, fabric and longevity of baby bed sheets can be important factors for your budget and even the health and safety of your baby. Here you'll find important answers to frequently asked questions about baby sheets that will set you on the path to selecting the right bedding for your baby.
5 Easy Ways to Reuse Flat Sheets
Buying new sheets can instantly freshen up your bedroom decor if it's starting to feel stale. After you've updated your sheets, however, you may want to think twice before throwing the old sheets away. There are many ways to use your old sheets, even if they're worn out or need mending. No matter what size bed your sheets were made for, there's an easy way to recycle them that will reduce your carbon footprint and save you money at the same time. Keep reading to discover five easy ways to reuse flat sheets.
Quick Facts about Egyptian Cotton Sheet Sets
For years, the title "King of Cotton" has gone to Egyptian cotton, and Egyptian cotton sheet sets are, consequently, known for being of the finest quality. It used to be that the only places to buy Egyptian cotton sheet sets were high-end boutiques, and Egyptian cotton sheets sets often carried hefty price-tags. While lustrous, durable Egyptian cotton bedding and Egyptian cotton sheet sets are still more expensive than bedding and sheets made from less distinguished cotton, they are far less expensive than they used to be, and if you want luxury and durability, the price may be well worth it. Keep reading to find out a few interesting and useful facts about Egyptian cotton sheet sets and Egyptian cotton bedding that may help make your purchase easier.
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.
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.
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.
The shape of sheets varies little; a sheet is always a large rectangle or square. However, sheet materials vary widely. Sheet materials like cotton and flannel are widely known, but there are probably some fabrics you don't think of as being material for sheets. Keep reading to find out more about the different kinds of materials that sheets are made from.
FAQs about Cotton Sheets
Cotton, a natural plant fiber, provides a strong, thin thread appropriate for making fabric soft and durable enough to sleep on. Cotton sheets are very popular but come in a wide range in price and quality. When choosing a set of cotton sheets, it pays to know common industry terminology in order to get the best product for your money. Use this article to find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about cotton sheets.
FAQs about Flannelette Sheets
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.
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