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DRÖMSLOTT Fitted sheet for cot, dot pattern green/multicolour,

Price EGP 399/2 pack
Price/pack EGP199.50

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This fitted sheet with a dotted pattern in the colours of the rainbow is easy to match with other textiles in the children's room. And your baby sleeps soft and snug on the fabric in 100% organic cotton.

Article number005.211.99

Product details

Do you think it's a pain to make the bed? Then try a fitted sheet next time. Easy to pull over the mattress and secure for your child since the elastic edging keeps the sheet in place.

Comprises of 100% sustainably grown organic cotton certified by GOTS, a durable natural material that only gets softer with each wash.

The elastic keeps the sheet in place so that your baby can sleep safely and won’t wake up with the sheet around their body.

The fitted sheet is both durable and easy-care – just wash at 60°C and allow it to dry. You don’t need to iron since it will still look nice and smooth when you pull it over the mattress.

Tested and contains no substances, phthalates or chemicals that can harm your child's skin or health.

Designer

Sara Ödman

  • GOTS certified organic cotton: CMPY-158887.

  • Material
    100% cotton
    Care

    Shrinkage maximum 4%.

    Machine wash, max 60°C, normal process.

    Do not bleach.

    Tumble drying, normal temperature (max 80°C).

    Iron, max 200°C.

    Do not dryclean.

  • Recommended for ages from 0 year.

Measurements

Length: 120 cm

Package quantity: 2 pack

Width: 60 cm

Thread count: 152 /inch²

  • DRÖMSLOTTArticle number005.211.99

    Width: 15 cm

    Height: 4 cm

    Length: 28 cm

    Weight: 0.44 kg

    Package(s): 1

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DRÖMSLOTT Fitted sheet for cot, dot pattern green/multicolour, 60x120 cm

Good company for good sleep

The first period with a newborn family member is a lot about sleep. Maybe it feels like your baby never falls asleep at the right time. But guess what? It’s okay. Every child has individual needs and quirks. It’s just a matter of getting to know them, being open for change and creating the best conditions for naptime.

”As a new parent, it’s easy to feel stressed about your child’s sleep – or lack of sleep. It’s completely normal. Just like it’s normal for children to have different needs, and that they can change,” says Anna Edlundh, who’s been a part of the development of DRÖMSLOTT sheets and duvet covers in 100% organic cotton, certified by GOTS.

A soft bed is a good start

“Soft sheets that feel cool and comfortable against the skin are a good start for good sleep. Cotton is a fantastic natural material that breathes when your baby gets warm.” The DRÖMSLOTT series has cute puppy motifs in neutral colours that contribute to a restful atmosphere in bed. Many babies also feel safe with a cuddly soft toy next to them in bed. “Holding something familiar can help them come to rest and fall asleep.”

Find your baby’s routines

Other tricks that can help sleep are dimming the lighting and lowering the room's temperature. "Finding your and your baby’s routines when it's time to rest is also good. It can be a bath just before bedtime or humming a special song that your baby recognizes." And if the routines suddenly shouldn't work, that's normal too. Then you have to be open to adjust them a bit. ”Even if the sleep changes, you can be certain your child gets the rest it needs. But, don't forget yourself – as a parent, you also need to recharge and rest from time to time."

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

“DRÖMSLOTT textile collection is inspired by the world of puppies and dreams. My idea was to create a simple design that was both cute and charming. To give the patterns a softer touch, I chose to mix the puppies with minimalist prints of dots and clouds. I hope that the textiles will spread joy and calmness to both babies and parents in their everyday lives. My own favourite is the rug. The puppy looks so soft and happy where it’s lying down – ready to cuddle at any moment”