Egyptian Cotton Bed Sheets

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Smooth, lustrous, and oh-so-soft, our 100% certified long-staple Egyptian Cotton sateen is the key to luxuriously comfortable sleep.
Colour: Dusk Gray
Set Includes: 2 standard pillowcases
Type    Pillowcase Set
Size    Standard
$35 $31.5
Standard
$35 $31.5
King
$45 $40.5
Colour: Dusk Gray
Add Wool Dryer Balls
$20
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Comfort Starts from the Source
We searched far and wide for the best long-staple 100% Egyptian Cotton to use in our bedsheets, leaving you with breathable, lightweight sheets that remain durable.
Comfort Starts from the Source
We searched far and wide for the best long-staple 100% Egyptian Cotton to use in our bedsheets, leaving you with breathable, lightweight sheets that remain durable.

Why Genuine Egyptian Cotton Matters

At Silk & Snow, we strictly use 100% Egyptian Cotton, which has been certified by the Cotton Egypt Association. The Egyptian Cotton Association ensures the rigorous standards for quality, durability, and softness that we expect from genuine Egyptian Cotton. If you'd like to learn more, click here

Crafted from Heritage

Manufactured in the historical textile city of Guimarães in Portugal, these Egyptian Cotton sateen sheets are woven with centuries of expert craftsmanship behind every stitch.

The Softest Weave, period.

We think that you deserve the best sleep possible. That’s why we offer our 100% Egyptian Cotton sheets in a luxuriously soft sateen weave, leaving you with sheets that will make it hard to get out of bed!
Transparency at Every Step
At Silk & Snow, we firmly believe that customers deserve to be informed on where and how their products are being made. That’s why we’ve outlined the entire manufacturing process of our Egyptian Cotton sheets, showcasing exactly what goes in to our premium bedding products.
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Cotton Sourced
At Silk & Snow, we strictly use 100% Egyptian Cotton, which has been certified by the Cotton Egypt Association. The Cotton Egypt Association ensures the rigorous standards for quality, durability, and softness that we expect from genuine Egyptian Cotton. If you’d like to learn more, click here.
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Yarn Spinning
The Egyptian Cotton is further processed and spun in to usable yarn in Portugal by the Marinho family, who own and operate a Portuguese textile company in Santo Tirso. The Marinhos use modern solutions to uphold the values of environmental consciousness in the fabric spinning industry.
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Textile Dyeing
The thread is then dyed at a textile processing facility in Guimarães. This facility is dedicated to preserving the environment by minimizing atmospheric emissions and wastewater discharges.
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Cutting and Sewing
The thread is cut and sewed by the Costa family in Guimarães, Portugal. The Costa family are fresh faces in the storied Portuguese textile industry, and strives to ensure environmental sustainability. All of the garments produced by the Costa family are OEKO-TEX Standard 100 Certified, ensuring they are free of harmful chemicals.
Frequently Asked Questions
What makes Egyptian cotton so great?
Short answer: a lot of things! Egyptian cotton is the softest and most durable variety of cotton on the planet, due to its extra long staple length. Its also the only variety of cotton still harvested by hand, allowing it to maintain its fine structure. Read more.
What is a sateen weave?
Sateen is a term used to describe a special weaving technique where threads are woven in a 3-over-1 pattern. This gives the bedsheets a beautiful smooth and silky finish.
What type of enclosure does your duvet cover feature?
Our duvet covers are designed in Portugal, and feature zipper enclosures.
What is the thread count of these sheets?
In order to give you the most comfortable experience possible, we keep our Egyptian Cotton bed sheets at a thread count of 300. We find this is the optimal thread count for cozy, breathable sheets. Please keep in mind that thread count is not necessarily an indicator of quality, and the variety of cotton used is much more important in determining the quality of a bed sheet. This is why we strictly use certified Egyptian Cotton, which is the softest, most durable cotton available.