The best duvet covers are very light to allow your body to breathe so your duvet doesn't sleep hotter than it was designed. All of our pillows cases; flat sheets, fitted sheets, duvet covers are made from single-ply Egyptian cotton. Searching for the finest in luxury bedding and knowing when you have found them requires a little understanding of what makes luxury linens luxurious. Look no further because you have found them.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What are the best standard size pillow cases?
Standard size pillow cases fit standard size pillows. However, strangely, they are not that same dimensions. Standard pillow cases are slightly larger than a standard pillow. While a standard pillow may be 20" x 26" a standard size pillow case is 20" x 30". These extra few inches help create a draped effect while allowing your pillow to fit snuggly and fully protected.
Q: What is a pillow case?
A pillow case is designed to help keep your pillow clean. They are available in both standard size 20" x 30" and king size 20" x 40". A pillow case does not have a zipper and typically opens at one end. Instead of washing your pillow every weekend you should be washing your pillow case and other bed sheets every weekend.
Q: Why can't I find a queen size pillow case?
Typically speaking, a king size pillow case 20" x 40" is used with a queen size pillow. A queen size pillow, as you may remember, is 20" x 30" while a king size pillow case is 20" x 40".
Q: Pillow cases with zippers?
Pillow cases with a zipper are actually referred to as pillow protectors. They too are one of the most important items you can use to add years of luxurious life to your pillow. All of our pillows are designed to be used with our pillow protectors. We highly recommend them and they are available in all three sizes; standard size pillow protectors, queen size and king size. Not using the correct size pillow protector and pillow case can cause your pillow to sleep either softer or firmer than designed.
Q: How often should I wash my sheet?
You should be washing your fitted, flat, pillow protector, pillow case and duvet covers every weekend. Washing your sheets every weekend helps keep them fresh and mildue free and slows down the yellowing that can occur very quickly with unclean sheets.
Q: How should I wash my sheets?
Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Do not mix colors, do not bleach or use fabric softener. Tumble dry low, remove promptly. Warm iron, if needed. May also be professionally cleaned. Due to the natural fiber content in this product, please allow between 5%-8% shrinkage of this item upon laundering. Shrinkage can be reduced by always washing in cold water and drying in low heat.