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Satin Stripe Duvet Cover€43.95 – €49.50
Satin Stripe Duvet Cover Set€75.00 – €85.00
Satin Stripe Pillowcases, Housewife€10.50
Satin Stripe Pillowcases, Oxford€21.50
Satin Stipe (or ‘Hotel Stripe’) Bed Linen
Satin Stripe Bedding – Duvet Cover and Pillowcases in ‘Housewife’ and ‘Oxford’ Style. Made from durable, 200 thread count polycotton (50% cotton, 50% polyester), these stylish Satin Stripe (sometimes called ‘Hotel Stripe’) duvet covers and pillowcases bring a touch of hotel luxury to your home, guest house or B&B.
They are a perfect fit for our Duvets and Pillows and are a co-ordinating set of Duvet Covers in Double and King Sizes, matching pillowcases in ‘Housewife’ and ‘Oxford’ styles. Mix and match this range for a beautifully coordinated, luxury hotel look!
Polycotton Satin Stripe Bed Linen
Polycotton bed linen, durable and cost-effective! These plain white, ‘satin-stripe’ (sometimes called ‘hotel stripe’) duvet covers and pillowcases including ‘Housewife’ and ‘Oxford’ styles. The easy care duvet cover is is a durable and long-lasting polycotton mix, making it easy to launder whilst keeping it’s crisp colour, wash after wash.
An excellent choice for your home, these hotel stripe polycotton duvet covers can be easily washed and tumble dried. Also great for holiday homes – guest houses, Airbnb rentals, Bed & Breakfast businesses, this range of cost-effective bedding will keep your guests smiling!
Part of a range of Polycotton Fitted Sheet, Polycotton Flat Sheet, Polycotton Housewife Pillowcase and Polycotton Oxford Pillowcase. All available to buy separately, or as an even better value Polycotton Bedding Set.
They’re the perfect fit for our duvets!
Polycotton is Strong & Durable
Polycotton is a highly durable material as Polyester contains strong plastic-like substances, making it far less likely to rip or tear. The durable nature of Polycotton makes it an very popular choice in commercial situations such as hotels, where bed sheets are often changed often.
Both Cotton and Polycotton bed sheets are easy to care for, both types of fabric can be washed on normal cycles in your washing machine and can be dried in the dryer.
It is advised to wash cotton at lower temperatures (around 30° or 40°) however Polycotton can be washed at higher temperatures – up to 60° – for ultimate cleanliness. Washing natural fabrics like cotton 60 degrees may (most likely, will) cause them to shrink, however polycotton will not.
That said, there are a number of types of cotton and polycotton, so always follow the manufacturer’s guidelines when washing and drying your sheets and bed linen.