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post #61 of 70

Hotel Collection..PERIOD.

 

Good discount if you get when Macy's have a sale and because of the price.

post #62 of 70
I'm partial toward Bellino, Anichini, and Frette bedsheets. They are pricey though and retail for over $1000 for a basic set, but can occasionally be found on sale for 50% off.

I didn't read through every post in this thread, but if it wasn't mentioned previously, I've found that true 300-400 thd count is often better than true 500-600 thd count (by true I mean not double woven with artificially inflated counts). The true 500+ count sheets I have tend to be too dense and non-conforming.
post #63 of 70
I have plain white D. Porthault.
post #64 of 70
Ugh, all of these product recommendations from people with single digit post counts aren't very reassuring. Sadly I don't think I'm ready to take Drew's word for splurging on $1200 sheets.
post #65 of 70

I don't know. After a certain level of quality is reached, my ass has a problem telling the difference

post #66 of 70
Fucking shills.
post #67 of 70
Speaking of, last night was our first in a new set of cotton percale sheets from Parachute. I read an article in the Wall Street Journal a few months back and decided to give these a try. 8 weeks later they just arrived from Italy and I'm very pleased. $200 for a queen set.
post #68 of 70
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Originally Posted by Hannerhan View Post

Speaking of, last night was our first in a new set of cotton percale sheets from Parachute. I read an article in the Wall Street Journal a few months back and decided to give these a try. 8 weeks later they just arrived from Italy and I'm very pleased. $200 for a queen set.

Nothing besides 3 shades of white?

For whatever reason, I can't convince myself to buy white sheets for home...shit's gonna get stained something nasty. Otherwise that parachute stuff looks nice.

edit: Ok, looking on a better screen, the powder color looks more blue...I might be able to swing that way, although it won't match my current selection of duvet covers (and I prefer a patterned duvet)
post #69 of 70
Wirecutter rates LL Bean's 280 threadcount percale sheets very highly. Sold out of the colors that interest me, but I might pick up a fitted sheet and try them out.
post #70 of 70
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Wirecutter rates LL Bean's 280 threadcount percale sheets very highly. Sold out of the colors that interest me, but I might pick up a fitted sheet and try them out.

I've heard good things. Prices certainly don't break the bank.
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