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In Bedeck, we offer the best bed linen that you can buy for your home ranging from comfortable sheets, duvet covers, pillowcases and more. Everyone has their own penchants with conflicting needs from their bed linen and we provide for many of these with our luxurious and comfortable bedding ranges.
Easycare Polycotton – Bedeck Easy Care Poly/Cotton percale feels naturally smooth, soft and is also easier to iron than traditional fabrics due to a unique finishing process. Percale is more tightly woven than standard fabrics, with a minimum of 180 threads per square inch, which gives it a smoother more luxurious feel.
Fashion Plain Dye Cotton Percale – A versatile collection of plain 100% cotton bed linen in a contemporary colour palette. Made of supremely soft, smooth 180 thread count percale with an easy care finish which ensures minimal ironing is required to look pristine every time. Finished with a unique calendaring process which creates a smooth, more lustrous fabric that feels exquisitely soft to the touch for maximum comfort and durability.
Easy Iron (180 TC) – Bedecks new 180 count cotton percale feels naturally smooth and soft and is also easier to iron than traditional fabrics due to a unique finishing process.
Egyptian Cotton (300 TC) – Add a touch of everyday luxury to your bed with this 300 thread count Egyptian cotton plain dye. Perfect for use throughout the year, as cotton is cool and crisp in summer yet has a cosy feel in winter. Available in 4 sizes of fitted and flat sheets, housewife and oxford pillowcases. The fitted sheet has elasticated corners to ensure it fits snugly to your mattress.
Egyptian Cotton (600 TC) – This high quality 600 thread count Egyptian cotton luxury plain dye will bring elegance to your bedroom. A year round collection of sheets, due to the cooling properties of Cotton, it makes these sheets perfect for Summer. But of course, you will also benefit from the cosiness that Cotton brings on those cooler nights.
Cotton Percale – Complement bold stripes or vibrant florals with 100% cotton percale plain dye pillowcases and fitted sheets, available in a range of colours to create a variety of looks from Joules.
Pima Cotton (300 TC) – A luxurious 300 Thread Count, woven in a supremely Soft Pima Cotton with a sateen finish giving it a subtle sheen with a beautiful drape and handle. Subtle detailing is important with extra deep fitted sheets, wide cuffs on the flat sheets and housewife pillowcases and an extra deep hem on the valances.
Cotton Rich 80/20 – A superior quality percale plain dye made from a blend of 80% cotton and 20% polyester. The 180 thread count percale fabric has a soft, smooth feel.
Simply put, thread count refers to how many threads are woven into each square inch of fabric. The standard thread count is around 150-thread count and good-quality sheets start at around 180-thread count. All Bedeck bedlinen carries a minimum of 180-thread count with most of our premium ranges, such as Murmur and Fable boasting up to 300-thread count. In addition to this, we stock the highest quality sheets in thread counts of up to 600.
Plain Weaves – The most basic of all weaves which is where the warp (horizontal) and weft (vertical) are aligned to form a simple criss-cross pattern. Plain weave features a firm and strong fabric as well as being light, soft and offers comfortable feel.
Percale Weaves – The percale weave shows the warp and the weft threads, cross over and under each other one at a time. The threads are tightly woven, which results in a smooth feel, fine texture and finish.
Sateen Weaves – Sateen weave is the third basic weave with the structure of four over, one under, placing the most threads on the surface, making it extremely soft, though slightly less durable than other weaves.
Jacquard – Jacquard weave is produced on a special loom, characterized by complex woven-in designs, often with a large design repeats or tapestry effects. Jacquard weave features a more stable and resilient than the other basic weaves because of the extra threads used to form it.
Seersucker – seersucker is woven in such a way that some threads bunch together, giving the fabric a wrinkled appearance in places resulting the fabric to be mostly held away from the skin when worn, facilitating heat dissipation and air circulation.
Flannelette – flannelette typically refers to napped cotton which is where the weft is generally coarser than the warp – which means, it has been scratched and raised up, which opposed to the smooth warp. This then creates a soft and cosy feel.
Information below shows the sizes of our bed linen:
Fitted Sheets / Valance