Hotel Sheets, Coverlets and Shams, Blankets and Throws
Hotel sheets. Hotels and resorts pamper you with
some of the best sheets and bedding available. Now you can bring that luxury
home. Go to:
Egyptian Cotton Hotel Sheets,
Italian Percale Hotel Sheets,
Hotel Collection Coverlets,
Hotel Collection Linen and Cotton Bedding
Hudson Park Italian Percale Bedding is an uncomplicated and elegant choice.
Hudson Park Collection 825-Thread Count Sheets
Hudson Park Collection 680TC Sheets
|Sumptuously soft, our Hudson Park Collection sheets are a hallmark
of enduring luxury and feature a 825-thread count silkiness that feels
||Crafted in smooth, sumptuous Supima cotton sateen, Hudson Park
Collection's 680-thread count sheets boast a single hemstitch detail at
the cuff of the flat sheet and pillowcases, all in a soft, neutral color
Hotel Collection 680 Thread-Count Bedding Collection
Hotel Collection Embroidered Frame Bedding Collection
Hotel Collection Linen Bedding Collection
|Take your room's look and feel to a whole new level with the clean,
classic luxury of this bedding from Hotel Collection, featuring
super-soft 680 thread-count Supima cotton and a pure white tone.
||The Embroidered Frame Bedding Collection from Hotel Collection features
duvets and comforters crafted from ultra-soft crisp white Egyptian cotton
framed by an intricate lines of embroidery. Coordinating shams and accessories
complete the collection for a stylish and classic look.
||Mix and match to create your ideal room decor with the Linen bedding
collection from Hotel Collection, featuring a detailed multistitch on
the flange for added style.
Throws and Decorative Pillows
No matter how beautiful, if the sheets next to
your skin don't comfort you, you won't be happy. Here are a few terms to
help guide your choice:
Sateen finish. Depending on the brand, it may
wrinkle, but this weaving technique gives cotton a smooth, silky, soft feel
almost like satin.
Percale. Usually 100% cotton, it has a crisp feel.
Thread count. The number of threads horizontal and
vertical in 1 square inch of fabric. The higher the count, the less space
between so it feels softer, but the material is critical.
Types of cotton. Egyptian, grown in the Nile River
Valley, is best because of the long, strong fibers. Pima or supima is from the
American Southwest, has fibers almost as long so you may not be able to tell the
Color. Sheets come in a wider choice of colors than
ever before, but if you share a bed, be sure you discuss color. Many prefer
white and cream because of the crisp, clean look. A little embroidery on the top
sheet can add an extra touch of luxury.
Organic cotton. Cotton grown without the use of
chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
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