Frequently Asked Questions
Are your sheets natural?
All our sheets are loomed from 100% natural cotton imported from Egypt, Spain, Portugal, India or Turkey. Our top-of-the-line sheets feature imported 100 % cotton embroidery color fast threads from France. The designs are silk screened or sewn by hand-guided machines, and embroidered entirely in the Philippines.
What about “thread count”?
Thread count refers to the number of horizontal and vertical threads per square inch. Generally, the higher the thread count, the softer the sheet, and the more likely it will wear well- or even soften-over time. Good sheets range anywhere from 200 to 800, although you’ll occasionally see numbers over 1,000.
Which Thread Count should I use?
It all comes down to personal preference. A 300 thread count is super crisp and soft with a matte finish. If you prefer cool and crisp sheets when you sleep or if you just prefer lighter, more breathable sheets, you will like these. If you go higher, the 600 thread count are buttery smooth and satin-like, with a slightly luminous finish. Both are made with 100% long-staple cotton and will get softer and softer with every use and wash.
Do you guarantee your sheets?
We are proud of the matchless quality of our sheets, so we stand behind them for a lifetime.
We inspect every item before accepting them from our suppliers…so we that they will be delivered to you — crafted from top quality fabric, with no tears, no holes, no frays and no rips.
Where do the sheets come from?
Because of the half-century our suppliers have been making sheets, all the cotton of our sheets are now imported from Spain, Portugal, Egypt or India.
Our sheets are hand-guided and machine embroidered entirely by skilled sewers in the Philippines.
How deep are your Sheets?
Our standard fitted sheets will fit mattresses up to 15” deep. But if you have extra-deep mattresses, we will cut to suit your depth.
Do your sheets wrinkle?
Unlike many sheet brands we don’t use any artificial wrinkle-free chemicals in our sheets. Our sheets may be machine washed, but we like working with Royal Clothier laundry, because of their proven expertise with handling bedding linens.
If you prefer to launder your own sheets, we recommend hang drying your sheets to prevent significant wrinkling. If you prefer to use a dryer, we recommend taking your sheets out of the dryer 5 minutes before the cycle ends and hanging them to dry.
Like any 100% cotton product, your sheets will naturally wrinkle, so iron or steam directly on your mattress or pillows for that final, flawless finish.
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