This refined material reflects the light just right. Cotton sateen brings a touch of elegance to any room and is distinguished by its silky touch. We tell you why ours is unique.
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Discreet sheen and softness galore. That's what you think of when you think of the luxury of a night in such silky cotton satin. Ours is woven from the longest cotton fibres. We use fewer fibres to obtain a quality yarn and an exceptional material, ready to stand the test of time without losing its hold. Its subtle sheen comes from the weaving technique used: each thread is woven over three threads, then under the fourth thread, and so on. Our satin is a little denser than our percale, with 300 thread count, but it remains pleasant in all seasons and in all regions of France. If you like the feel of it, you're sure to have a good night's sleep.
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Soft and silky
Our satin sets fit all double beds, from the smallest to the super king size (260 x 240 cm). They also come in three timeless, soft colours, which emphasise its discreet shine. In white, champagne or taupe, it will easily find its place in your bedroom. Taking care of it as it takes care of your nights is very simple. We recommend that you wash your satin sheets regularly, ideally every 7 to 10 days. And to do it very gently, from washing at the water temperature (40°C maximum) to the tumble dryer temperature (as low as possible). Or air, if you prefer to air dry. Ironing is up to you. And not at all necessary.
The quality of our cotton satin is due to the experts who make it in Portugal. In this family business, we keep an eye on everything. From the cotton suppliers, whose crops are checked for sustainability, to the weaving and manufacturing according to a know-how developed over three generations. The OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 certification, from which all our products benefit, is proof of our high standards. And all this is done in the north of Portugal, without any intermediaries. Our products have nothing to hide, because it is important to be able to sleep peacefully.
What is the best quality of satin?
When buying bedding made from cotton sateen, it is very important to check the number of threads used as well as the quality of the threads. Choose single yarns, not double or triple, and yarns made from long cotton fibers. Bedding should combine two criteria: durability and comfort. Thanks to the 120 threads of long cotton fibers that make up our sateen, it is of a high quality that meets all the essential criteria mentioned.
Why sleep in satin sheets?
Like silk, cotton sateen has a few important advantages for you. First of all, it respects the beauty capital by decreasing the probability of having many bacteria in your bed. Cotton sateen is also hair-friendly, so you can say goodbye to ugly haircuts in the morning! Sateen is also a material that can be adapted to winter and summer nights. Good insulator, it can be a breathable fabric during summer too. In addition, our cotton is ethically produced and OEKO-TEX certified!
Is cotton sateen soft?
With 120 strands of long cotton fibers per square centimeter, our cotton sateen is an extremely soft and skin-friendly fabric. Beautiful, comfortable nights await you in these wonderful sheets.
What is the difference between sateen and percale?
Percale differs from sateen in its thread density and tighter weave. Because of this, percale is a lighter and crisper bedding than satin. Sateen also has a shiny finish that captures the light in your room.
How do I wash cotton sateen?
We recommend that you wash your sheets at 40 degrees maximum, every 7 to 10 days, with a mild liquid detergent. As for drying, you can opt for ironing if you wish, but this is optional. You can also use a tumble dryer, choosing a low temperature