Easy to put on duvet cover
And other little tips for a perfect bed. La Chambre sheets are woven by our partner factory with know-how, eco-responsible production methods and lots of love. From the selection of materials to the last finishing touches, we have thought of every detail for you.
The duvet that escapes us, that doesn't want to fit in the corners of the cover when we put it on, that requires two of us to get it on, all that is over! Our duvet covers are easy to put on and stay put thanks to the ties on the inside and the button closure.
To put on your duvet cover easily:
1. Turn it inside out.
2.attach it to the top corners of your duvet with the two ties sewn on the inside at the top corners.
3. Turn it right side out, wrapping your duvet.
4. Close it with the buttons sewn on the bottom edge.
And that's it. No need to get lost in it.
1. Duvet ties
The duvet that slips a little, a lot, to the middle of the cover, in the middle of the night... Yes, we've had that too. That's why every La Chambre duvet cover has two ties sewn into the top corners, to be used to tie up your duvet. It won't escape while we sleep. And you won't have to shake it to put it back in place when you wake up.
To help you change sheets without spending the night, we have sewn small labels along the elasticated edge of our fitted sheets. A "long side" label on the longer side and a "short side" label on the shorter side. It makes sense. It's also more practical than guessing the right way at a glance, trying to put your fitted sheet on your mattress, making a mistake and trying again.
3. Button closure
Our duvet covers close with buttons sewn on the bottom edge. We have chosen them big enough so that they don't open during the night, but not so big that they can't be washed or dried.
4. Envelope closure
Our pillowcases are equipped with an envelope closure on one of their edges. This is more discreet. It also allows you to put them on and take them off in an instant and change them as often as you like. And to keep the pillow firmly in place inside. And sleep comfortably on both sides. We could go on and on but the best thing to do is to try them out for yourself.
What our sheets hide
Nothing at all. In fact, we'll tell you everything. If they are so beautiful, soft and resistant, it is not really because of the number of threads used to weave them. It's because we've chosen single yarns made of 100% long cotton or linen fibres. And the best way to realize their quality is to sleep in them. So we'll give you 90 days to try them, wash them, love them. And keep them. Or return them to us if something goes wrong. Discover what makes our sheets unique.
1. Long fibres
To achieve strong, fine and soft yarns, we use only long staple cotton. Unlike short fibres, long fibres stay in place in the fabric. That's why our sheets are always so soft, night after night.
2. Single fibre threads
All our products are woven with single yarns only. In contrast to triple yarns, which can be made from short cotton fibres, single yarns are made from long fibres only. They are therefore much stronger. And so are our sheets.
3. Quality sheets
The softness of La Chambre bed linen comes from our materials. We use only the longest cotton and linen fibres to make our yarns as fine, soft and strong as possible. There is no need to spin several strands together to strengthen them: the single strands thus produced are the strongest and most pleasant to the touch. This choice allows us to offer you sheets of exceptional quality. And nights that we hope will be just as good.
4. Just right
Choosing your bedding should be as easy as waking up after a good night's sleep. So we've thought of every detail so you don't have to.
For example, our cotton sateen has a 300 thread count. Just enough to make sure you sleep well, even without air conditioning in summer. Thread count is often used to evaluate the quality of a sheet. We know that it is not true that the highest thread count is always the best.
5. It's a little more complicated
In reality, it is a little more complicated. When the number of threads exceeds 500 per inch, the fabric may have been made from short fibres. They form strands which are spun to form double or triple threads and compensate for the lack of strength of the fabric. Short fibre therefore means more fragile yarn. To compensate for this, some manufacturers also count the strands to give the impression that the fabric is more resistant and therefore of higher quality. As we have chosen to use only the longest cotton fibres to obtain soft, fine and strong single yarns, there is no need to play with numbers. Or overdo it.
6. The final touch
Because every detail counts, we work with the best machines, from spinning to the last button. For the finishing touches, we chose German Osthoff Singe machines, hand-tuned so that La Chambre sheets are like no other.
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