Price cut on this item at Soak and Sleep
Classic Egyptian 200TC – 2x Standard Housewife Pillowcase – Ivory was £16.00 now £14.00
Egyptian cotton – a long staple cotton prized for its fine, strong fibresPercale linen – woven with 200 threads per inchIn White, Ivory, or CreamDress your bed with everyday luxuryEven if you’re the only one to see it, your sheet should be fabulous. That’s our way of looking at things – so we’ve developed our everyday range using Egyptian cotton. This gorgeous bedlinen will be appreciated by everyone – every day.Why we love itOur original Classic 200TC was a customer favourite, so we decided to treat you to an even better version. Egyptian cotton is known for its long, strong, fine fibres and gives our house percale a far softer finish than ever before. Easy to wash and iron, it’ll last for ages and get even comfier. We think everyone will love this.How does it feel?When you’re choosing bedlinen, look for the thread count. That tells you the number of threads that are woven into the fabric per inch, and gives you an idea how sumptuous the sheets will be. At Soak&Sleep we start at 200tc in our 100% Cotton range, which is our benchmark for quality bedlinen. The type of cotton is important too. Egyptian cotton is renowned as a long staple cotton and is stronger, longer and finer than other cottons, so you get a good drape as well as longevity.The finish is a fresh, crisp linen with a soft handle and features our house classic marrow stitch for an elegant look.Sizes and stylesIf you’re a fan of our Classic 200TC, good news! We’ve carefully colour-matched the new versions (White, Ivory, or Cream) so you can stock up on sheets and pillowcases to your heart’s content. Wait, there’s more good news! Our Classic 200TC Egyptian Cotton now comes more special sizes, including European (Ikea) sizes.Our stylist suggests matching these lovely plain sheets with a bedspread that will add some texture, like our range of Portuguese cotton Matelasse bedspreads, or our classic cotton quilted bedspread (all of which can be washed at the same temperature – handy!).Washing and CareEasy peasy: machine wash at 40, and tumble dry as normal. If you’re ironing, it’s best done while slightly damp (the sheets, not you).