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Our Sheets

Our Sheets

Why are Villa Cotton sheets so comfortable, and what makes them feel so luxurious?

It all starts at the very foundations of the fabric, with the original cotton and the threads themselves. As it turns out, not all cotton is created equal. The length of the cotton fibers makes a big difference in both longevity and feel. The shorter the fibers are, the weaker and coarser the fabric becomes. Long-staple cotton creates a stronger, more supple weave. That’s why we use only long-staple cotton in our products.

We spin the long-staple cotton into single-ply yarn, which again contributes to a softer, more durable fabric. That’s because it takes more single threads to create the fabric; the more threads, the smoother the end result. Our sheets use 60 to 80 yarn thread counts, which is very high quality, especially considering the affordable price we are able to offer.

The next milestone in our journey to amazing-feeling sheets is the thread count. This refers to the total number of threads woven in one square inch. Generally, the higher the thread count, the better the sheet feels, bringing a certain comforting weight and suppleness. Our sheets are 300 thread count, which is on par with many luxury bedding brands, especially considering that we are using single-ply yarn (thread count is calculated on total threads, and does not take into consideration the length of the cotton or the amount of threads in a single strand).

Finally, the weaving pattern completes the sheet’s journey. Our sheets are all made using the Sateen weave, which is a one-under, three-over pattern which exposes more thread surface and gives the material its silky texture. Sateen sheets tend to be slightly heavier than a normal weave, making them perfect for all seasons. We guarantee you’ll adore their soft and lush feel!

All our Perlina Ricamo sheets and pillowcases have small dots embroidered along the edges in subtle colors, bringing a gentle note of distinction to the fresh white material.

Why are Villa Cotton sheets so comfortable, and what makes them feel so luxurious?

It all starts at the very foundations of the fabric, with the original cotton and the threads themselves. As it turns out, not all cotton is created equal. The length of the cotton fibers makes a big difference in both longevity and feel. The shorter the fibers are, the weaker and coarser the fabric becomes. Long-staple cotton creates a stronger, more supple weave. That’s why we use only long-staple cotton in our products.

We spin the long-staple cotton into single-ply yarn, which again contributes to a softer, more durable fabric. That’s because it takes more single threads to create the fabric; the more threads, the smoother the end result. Our sheets use 60 to 80 yarn thread counts, which is very high quality, especially considering the affordable price we are able to offer.

The next milestone in our journey to amazing-feeling sheets is the thread count. This refers to the total number of threads woven in one square inch. Generally, the higher the thread count, the better the sheet feels, bringing a certain comforting weight and suppleness. Our sheets are 300 thread count, which is on par with many luxury bedding brands, especially considering that we are using single-ply yarn (thread count is calculated on total threads, and does not take into consideration the length of the cotton or the amount of threads in a single strand).

Finally, the weaving pattern completes the sheet’s journey. Our sheets are all made using the Sateen weave, which is a one-under, three-over pattern which exposes more thread surface and gives the material its silky texture. Sateen sheets tend to be slightly heavier than a normal weave, making them perfect for all seasons. We guarantee you’ll adore their soft and lush feel!

All our Perlina Ricamo sheets and pillowcases have small dots embroidered along the edges in subtle colors, bringing a gentle note of distinction to the fresh white material.

Why are Villa Cotton sheets so comfortable, and what makes them feel so luxurious?

It all starts at the very foundations of the fabric, with the original cotton and the threads themselves. As it turns out, not all cotton is created equal. The length of the cotton fibers makes a big difference in both longevity and feel. The shorter the fibers are, the weaker and coarser the fabric becomes. Long-staple cotton creates a stronger, more supple weave. That’s why we use only long-staple cotton in our products.

We spin the long-staple cotton into single-ply yarn, which again contributes to a softer, more durable fabric. That’s because it takes more single threads to create the fabric; the more threads, the smoother the end result. Our sheets use 60 to 80 yarn thread counts, which is very high quality, especially considering the affordable price we are able to offer.

The next milestone in our journey to amazing-feeling sheets is the thread count. This refers to the total number of threads woven in one square inch. Generally, the higher the thread count, the better the sheet feels, bringing a certain comforting weight and suppleness. Our sheets are 300 thread count, which is on par with many luxury bedding brands, especially considering that we are using single-ply yarn (thread count is calculated on total threads, and does not take into consideration the length of the cotton or the amount of threads in a single strand).

Finally, the weaving pattern completes the sheet’s journey. Our sheets are all made using the Sateen weave, which is a one-under, three-over pattern which exposes more thread surface and gives the material its silky texture. Sateen sheets tend to be slightly heavier than a normal weave, making them perfect for all seasons. We guarantee you’ll adore their soft and lush feel!

All our Perlina Ricamo sheets and pillowcases have small dots embroidered along the edges in subtle colors, bringing a gentle note of distinction to the fresh white material.