Please note: Full set includes: One fitted sheet, one flat sheet, and two pillowcases.
The Orkanen (Hurricane) pattern by Carina Seth-Andersson is meant to symbolize the disorder caused by a violent storm; though, oddly, many find the sounds of rain and thunder to be a peaceful and comforting lullaby. Made from 100% cotton percale, these Orkanen-printed sheets will also rock you to sleep with their soft yet crisp composition. The neutral grey and white colorway is equally soothing, and is easily paired with any bedding thanks to its modern, minimal print.
Full Fitted Sheet measures: 75" L x 54" W x 16" Depth (191 x 137 x 41 cm) Full Flat Sheet measures: 96" L x 81" W (244 x 206 cm) Standard Pillowcase measures: 30" L x 20" W (76 x 51 cm)
About Percale: A high-quality weave, percale has a noticeably tighter weave that allows for a higher thread count which makes the sheets softer to the touch. Medium in weight, the fabric is matte with no additional sheen or shine but the texture is very smooth and able to resist warping and washes exceptionally well.
Care: Machine washable. Follow instructions on tag.
The bold, effusive prints and textiles of Marimekko are the first to come to mind for many when thinking about Finnish design. Founded in 1951 by Finnish couple Viljo and Armi Ratia, the name Marimekko translated literally means "Mary-dress." Marimekko’s impact reaches beyo... More Marimekko
Absolutely love these sheets! Super soft and comfortable and they look great
May 26, 2020
Very nice and soft sheets. Good quality and comfortable to snooze in!
St. Paul, , Minnesota
Great cotton sheets at a reasonable price
May 18, 2020
Marimekko are the only sheets I buy for great quality at a good price. I like cool, crisp sheets, these satisfy that need!
Not of the usual Marimekko quality
August 14, 2019
Hi, these sheets are beautiful. I love the soft gray and the dapples of rain. However, a heads-up on the thread count. These sheets are not as luxurious feeling as the Marimekko Ajo ones (and hopefully the mini poppy flower ones that I have on order). Those are each 300-thread count. I googled to find the thread count of the Orkanen and it is 200 thread-count. That does make a difference. Perhaps as a way to tell the quality of future Marimekko linens, the 200 thread-count sheet set I have is marked Made in Pakistan. The Ajos and the poppies I have in order, both listed as 300 thread-count, are marked Made in Mexico. Had I known the lower quality feel of these (and it is still a good feel), I would have passed on ordering them.