Closeouts. Damask stripes have a way of adding instant elegance and a crisp, clean, put-together feel to a room -- especially when they're atop DownTown's Regal sheet set, made of 400 thread count Egyptian cotton.
Reviewed by JAY from South Bend, IN on Saturday, September 22, 2012
I love all cotton sheets, which are hard to find these days. After buying sets that disintegrated in the wash too quickly, I was pleased that these held up with repeated washings. I hang them on the line to dry because I like a crisp fresh feel and scent to the sheets rather than soft, but these are soft if you add fabric softener and dry them in a dryer.
Best Uses: Everyday Bedding, Guest Bedding
Describe Yourself: Midrange Shopper
Pros: Attractive Design, Easy To Clean, Nice Thread Count
Reviewed by Jane in Atlanta from Atlanta on Saturday, April 02, 2011
I bought some of the more expensive sheets hoping to get really soft ones. These are soft but they come out of the dryer totally wrinkled and very difficult to iron even with a hot iron and lots of steam. I kept one pair but sent the other pair back.
“The thread count is high, but that does not convey the character of the cloth. Is the fabric in these sheets heavy and thick, or is it finely, tightly woven and light in weight (thin)? Thanks for your help.”
Asked on 10/5/2012 12:00:00 AM by BC from Fredericksburg, Texas