About our Materials
Egyptian Cotton™ Sateen
Crafted from Egyptian Cotton™, this sateen is wonderfully soft and silky, the perfect foundation for your night.
Sateen sheets are woven to create a silky-smooth surface with a luminous sheen and are known for their luster and drape. It has a soft, inviting touch, perfect to snuggle into bed in all seasons.
This luxurious bedding is produced by some of the finest craftsmen in Europe, bringing to you a feeling of flowing peace and calm in your bedroom.
Percale is soft and durable, lightweight, and perfect for summer months. The regular weave also means it will feel better every time you wash it.
There are many benefits to percale sheets due to their durable, smooth, affordable, and breathable nature. These factors make them an ideal bedsheet choice for many types of sleepers.
Linen can have a rougher look when compared to other materials, but it is very comfortable in bedding.
This very strong fiber has good strength, it has not static or pilling problems, it is resistant to fair abrasion, and it absorbs well dyes and prints.
Linen fiber is not affected by the sunlight, and it is brighter and slightly silky than other fibers.
Mulberry silk is the highest quality of all types of silk, the most luxurious fiber in the world. Known for its extreme softness, lightweight and lustrous look, this magnificent silk is rich in properties widely beneficial for health and wellbeing.
Bed linen woven from natural Mulberry silk is hypoallergenic and temperature-regulating, fending off any sort of allergy microbe or odor-causing bacteria. This breathable and durable fabric is the most hygienic as bedding because it is resistant to dust and other common causes of household bedding stains.
Jacquard | Dobby
Jacquard is a type of fabric marked by intricate patterns that are woven directly into the textile using a specialized loom.
Jacquard patterns are notable for their raised texture (as opposed to a flat, printed fabric) and the complexity of their designs, which often feature large-scale, repeating patterns and multiple colors. Several subcategories of jacquard fabric exist, including damasks and brocades, and floral and landscape patterns are a common feature.