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Tribeca Living Solid Flannel Extra Deep Pocket Sheet Separates or Pillowcase Separates
Available in a palette of sophisticated and vibrant hues, these flannel sheets are brushed on both sides for the softest finish and feel along with an extra deep fit on the fitted sheet. Each item is conveniently available for individual purchase.
ITEM#: 15741548Available in a palette of sophisticated and vibrant hues, these flannel sheets are brushed on both sides for the softest finish and feel along with an extra deep fit on the fitted sheet. Each item is conveniently available for individual purchase for easy customization.
Ideal for those seeking a good night's sleep at an economical price, these Tribeca Living solid sheet and pillowcase separates feature a sturdy 100 percent cotton construction for daily use. The pieces are machine washable, which allows for easy cleaning and care. Coordinate or contrast with your existing bedding for a custom look.
- Each item available for individual purchase in drop down
- Available options: Flat sheet, fitted sheet or two pillowcases
- Weave: Plain
- Weight: 170 gram
- Sheet type: Flannel
- Pattern: Solid
- Fitted sheet pocket depth: 24 inches
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet: Yes
- Color options: Lavender, purple, chocolate, coral, slate blue, dark green, deep red, pumpkin, cashmere, sky blue, taupe, ivory
- Materials: 100-percent cotton
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Queen fitted sheet: 60 inches wide x 80 inches long
- Queen flat sheet: 94 inches wide x 106 inches long
- King fitted sheet: 78 inches wide x 80 inches long
- King flat sheet: 112 inches wide x 106 inches long
- California king fitted sheet: 72 inches wide x 84 inches long
- California king flat sheet: 112 inches wide x 106 inches long
- Standard pillowcases: 20 inches wide x 30 inches long
- King pillowcases: 20 inches wide x 40 inches long
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|Color||Blue Brown Green Off-White Orange Pink Purple Red Tan|
|Style||Casual Classic Transitional|
|Type||Deep Pocket Flannel Pillowcase Solid|
|Set Include||1 Piece 2 Piece|
|Tags||Bright Colorful Cozy Inexpensive Quality Soft Vibrant|
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We use a flannel sheet as a very light blanket.Read More
I followed all the directions and still found these sheets to be very pilly....Size I wanted a queen fitted and king flat this was a reasonable purchase but you get what you pay for! If you can afford to spend a little more then do it!Read More
I ordered the fitted sheet to cover the box springs to avoid having a bed skirt. Works great! Flannel is soft and made well.Read More
I live in the deep south where temps are very warm 9 months out of the year and the air conditioner gets few breaks. I use these flannel sheets in place of a blanket and they are perfect! They give just enough weight to keep me comfortable without too much warmth. On the few cold nights I will likely add a blanket to my bedding, but this flannel sheet is enough for now. I love that I was able to buy just the top sheet without the fitted sheet and pillowcases since I would have little use for those. These sheets are nice and long and don't come untucked at the bottom as often as my cotton sheet does. I purchased this in the hunter green and the chocolate brown colors and they match my bedding very nicely.Read More
I am actually using the king size fitted sheets as couch covers- working very well and the cashmere color is a great colorRead More
My husband's feet wore two holes in a bottom fitted flannel sheet and I was able to select a color and replace it. Taupe worked very well with the pattern of the top sheet and pillowcases of our original set. I was very happy with the quality of the flannel and the fit of the sheet. Than I found the same two holes in another set.. So in addition to ordering a second fitted sheet I will now get hubby-man a pedicureRead More
Pockets do not fit well on a temperpedic mattress. Also arrived torn.Read More
Definitely the size we needed with extra extra deep pockets, but after washing the fabric is hard and scratchy.Read More
Shipping was well handled--However after washing the sheets 1 time the shrinkage is so severe they can not even be tucked in - I was totally shocked by this severe amount upon second washing they are horrible--would never purchase this brand again--Read More
I had purchased a set of these sheets a couple of years ago in a different color. They are still so warm and soft. When I received this latest sheet I was a little disappointed because it didn't seem quite as thick as the original set I bought. After washing though, it is a well made and good quality sheet. The best thing about these sheets is that the extra deep pocket fits easily on my 17" mattress and doesn't slip off. I would rate them 5 starts except I think they are just a bit pricey.Read More
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Hello Loriann99, these are made in Pakistan. Thank you for shopping with us! TB
do these flannel sheets come in double bed sizes? Where is your company?
Hello suem0ran, unfortunately these sheets are only offered in king and queen sized. Sorry for the inconvenience. Thank you for shopping with us!
what is the thread count
Thank you for contacting us amazing50. There is no thread count for this item. This item is 100% cotton 170-Gram weight. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
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