280-count Solid No Iron Sateen Flat Sheet
$49.50 - $59.50
NOW $29.97 - $34.97
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Our most affordable pure cotton Sateen No Iron Bedding.
- 280-count sateen weave
- Mix-and-match with prints
- Fitted Sheets fit mattresses up to 16-inches deep
- Available in Twin, XL Twin, Double, Queen, King
- Choose from individual pieces, Sheet Sets, Standard Shams and Bedskirt
- Oeko-Tex® certified, having been tested for over 100 harmful substances
- Monogram It! View all monogram thread color options
Pure cotton bedding is not only a beautiful 280-count sateen weave but it's treated at a yarn-level to stay looking smooth and neat straight from the dryer. And, like all our No Iron Bedding, it is guaranteed to stay wrinkle-free for up to 50 washings. Fitted sheet with all-around elastic fits mattresses up to 16" deep. Machine wash. Imported. Choose individual pieces to mix and match or a sheet set, which includes 1 fitted sheet and 1 flat sheet; twin has standard/queen pillowcase; full and queen, 2 standard/queen pillowcases; king, 2 king cases Also available in coordinating Duvet Cover and Standard size Shams
280-count Solid No Iron Sateen Bedding
These are not good quality.
These felt really nice coming out of the packaging (despite a very strong odor to them) but after washing they lost all their "sateen" qualities and are just a cheap set of cotton sheets. They're not soft at all. I'm happy I didn't pay full price for these as they're be a good spare sheet set but certainly won't be using them daily.
June 21, 2012
These sheets are SO soft!
I got these sheets as a spare set. I have a "hotel" brand from a major department store with a high thread count and these are at least as nice, perhaps better. They feel very luxurious and were worth more than the sale price. I've only washed them once so far so we will see how they hold up but so far they are great. I was a little worried they wouldnt be deep enough for my thick mattress+mattress pad but they do a pretty good job of staying in place.
May 31, 2012
High quality, but not sure if I like the wrinkle-resistance
Very high quality--as I've come to expect from LE--taped seams (is that what they're called? or double sewn, or something), thick fabric, the works. They are very generously sized, so there will be no trouble fitting them on even the deepest mattresses. I have a fairly normal depth mattress, so they weren't as snug as I'd like. I'm still not sure how I feel about the wrinkle-resistance. It does the job it advertises--there really were no wrinkles--and the sheets are still soft, but the wrinkle-resistance seems to add some crispiness. I may try another type of LE sheet for my next set, but if you know you like wrinkle-resistance sateen, you would not be disappointed in these. Great value!
May 12, 2012
My Favorite Summer Sheets
A few years ago, I needed a set of sheets for a new guest bed - these were on clearance so I picked up a set. When they arrived, I was so impressed I wished they were for my bed. My guests all rave about how wonderfully soft these sheets are, without being too hot for summer. Most of them even ask for these sheets specifically. So when it came time for new sheets for my bed, I immediately ordered a set.
They are absolutely wonderful to sleep on - soft and comfortable yet cool, and they don't wind up and stick like some higher thread count sheets do. I just ordered a new flat sheet to mix and match colors, and I'm happy to see that they are still as soft and wonderful as always.
These got 4 instead of 5 stars for 2 reasons: if they don't go straight from the dryer to the bed, they tend to wrinkle (even when folded) and for some reason the pillowcases do not feel as soft, they feel slightly scratchy against my face. The second problem was easily solved by the knit pillowcases sold here at Lands' End.
May 5, 2012