Every thread in our bedding is more than just a fiber; it's a testament to our core values of sustainability, authenticity, and empowerment.

cotton Percale

Our 100% pure and natural cotton percale boasts a plain, tight weave, resulting in a matte feel and fine finish. This smooth and crisp material is remarkably cool on the skin and only gets softer and more inviting with each wash. To minimize wrinkles, simply shake the sheets when transitioning them from the washer to the dryer. Extremely durable and long-lasting, Cotton Percale is the ideal choice if you prefer the luxurious sensation of crisp, smooth sheets akin to those found in hotels.


Crafted from 100% pure and natural cotton, our cotton sateen features a special 'sateen' weave, giving it a distinct sheen and silky finish. Moisture-absorbent and breathable, it's a favorite among those who adore luxurious, smooth bedding. Already buttery-soft from the start, this fabric becomes even more velvety with each wash. Easy to launder and quick to dry, cotton sateen maintains its luster and pleasant, lightweight feel on the skin. For an extra touch of opulence, explore our luxury sateen, boasting an even higher thread count.

Poly Cotton

Our Poly-Cotton blend fabric is the perfect fusion of cotton's natural softness (70-80% cotton content) and the practical benefits of polyester. This blend offers exceptional durability, resistance to wrinkles, and minimal shrinkage, ensuring your bedding stays comfortable and hassle-free. It breathes with you, ensuring a comfortably regulated temperature throughout the night, regardless of the season.Plus, it's an affordable choice for those seeking a high-quality bedding experience that's both luxurious and easy to maintain

Thread Count

Thread count measures the number of horizontal (weft) and vertical (warp) threads within a square inch.For cotton bed linens, the ideal thread count typically ranges from 300 to 500 threads per square inch, where you'll discover a balance that offers a soft, smooth, and long-lasting fabric. Beyond that, additional increases may yield diminishing returns in terms of texture and comfort. Other factors, such as the quality of the cotton used, the weave pattern, and the finishing techniques, play crucial roles in determining the overall feel and durability of the fabric. Therefore, while thread count is an essential consideration, it's just one part of the equation when evaluating the quality of textiles.