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Defining Bedding Materials


Egyptian cotton produces extra-long fibres that are smaller in diameter than regular cotton. These longer, finer fibres create super smooth yarns when combed and spun, and therefore super smooth, soft cloth when woven. This results in a beautiful drape and superior hand-feel.

Egyptian cotton is more breathable, moisture-wicking and absorbent than normal cotton, which helps to regulate body temperature, making it ideal for balmy summer nights, and all year round comfortable sleeping. This works by drawing away moisture from the skin to allow for cool down. During cooler months the fabric works with the duvet to trap body heat. 

  • Breathable
  • Smooth
  • Pill-free
  • Gets softer with every wash
  • Appropriate for year-round use
  • High price tag
  • Wrinkle-prone 
  • Requires higher care


Percale is a weave of fabric with a simple criss-cross pattern. The yarns go one-under-one-over, creating a tight-knit structure that is smooth and durable. Percale sheets feel crisp to the touch, and they get softer with every wash. These finely woven bed sheets have a matte finish and are known for their breathability.

Percale sheets and pillowcases are usually made of extra-long-staple (ELS) or long-staple cotton fibers. The length of these fibers makes them suitable for the percale weave. ELS and long-staple cotton feel softer and silkier than short-staple cotton.

  • Smooth
  • Breathable
  • Durable
  • Low maintenance
  • Affordable
  • Wrinkle-prone
  • Not suitable for cold climate

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