Please note: Queen set includes: One fitted sheet, one flat sheet, and two pillowcases.
The Sudenkorento (Dragonfly) pattern brings a pop of modern and contemporary design to help elevate your room. In white and black, it provides a nice pop of print while still remaining neutral for easy mixing and matching. The sheets and matching pillowcase are made from 100% cotton percale to be crisp, comfortable, and machine-washable.
Queen Fitted Sheet measures: 80" L x 60" W x 16" Depth (203 x 152 x 41 cm)
Queen Flat Sheet measures: 102" L x 90" W (259 x 229 cm)
Standard Pillowcase measures: 30" L x 20" W (76 x 51 cm)
About Percale: If you love the feel of a crisp sheet you’d find in a fine hotel, percale is the perfect weave for you. It’s constructed by a series of horizontal and vertical threads that cross over and under each other one at a time. This creates a matte, lightweight, and breathable fabric that feels similar to that of an ironed dress shirt. It’s perfect for summer and warmer climates, those who get too hot in the night, or anyone that desires a cool and comfortable sleep year-round. It’s also wonderful for people with sensitivities or allergies, as the 100% cotton won’t irritate skin and the tight weave collects less dust than other bedding styles. The sheets will be softened by machine washing, but will retain their long-lasting, quality construction for years and years to come.
Care: Machine washable, see label for complete washing instructions.
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