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STENÖRT 6-piece bedlinen set, flower,

Price RM 260

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Outer fabric of cotton breathes and helps keep the quilt dry.

Article number004.230.09

Product details

  • Comprises: 1 duvet (200x200 cm), 1 fitted sheet (150x200 cm), 2 pillowcases (50x80 cm) and 2 bolster cases (38x110 cm).

  • Material
    Outer fabric/ Fabric/ Basematerial:
    100% cotton
    Filling/ Stitching thread:
    100% polyester
    Care
    Quilt

    Machine wash, max 60°C, normal process.

    Do not bleach.

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

    Do not iron.

    Do not dryclean.

    Quilt cover/pillow case/fitted sheet

    Machine wash, max 60°C, normal process.

    Do not bleach.

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

    Iron, max 200°C.

    Do not dryclean.

  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

    The cotton in this product is grown with less water, less chemical fertilizers and less chemical pesticides, while increasing profit margins for the farmers. That way, we lower our environmental impact.

Measurements

Thread count: 146 /inch²

Filling weight: 861 g

Total weight: 1925 g

  • STENÖRTArticle number004.230.09

    Length: 45 cm

    Weight: 3.11 kg

    Diameter: 22 cm

    Package(s): 1

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Our take on cotton

We use cotton in many of our products, from sofas and cushions to bed linen and mattresses. It is a soft, durable and renewable fibre that breathes and is good at absorbing moisture. All these great qualities make cotton one of our most important materials, but it isn’t without its challenges, much having to do with conventional farming methods that negatively impact the environment and poor working conditions for farmers. With our size and production volumes, we want to drive change in the cotton industry.

Musée de l'Impression sur Étoffes (Museum of Printed Textiles) is tucked away in the northeast corner of France. It was founded in the 19th century, a time characterised by fantastic innovations that opened up the world like never before. The parallels between that time and today are striking. Which is why it seems appropriate that, when some from our design team sought out inspiration for traditional textiles to suit our modern world, they turned here.

A treasure-chest of textiles

The museum houses more than six million patterns, and you'll find some of them featured on our textiles. The floral patterns of SPRÄNGÖRT and HÄSSLEKLOCKA quilt covers and curtains; striped ULLAKARIN fabric; and vine-covered LUNGÖRT cushion cover, all come from the museum's archive, along with the designs for STENÖRT quilt cover and SIGBRITT fabric. The vast collection of swatches and samples at the museum is carefully stored in seemingly endless shelves, drawers and old books.

Inspiration through the times

"The museum is really fantastic," says Susanna Leo, one of our designers, and a driving force behind our textiles in this style. Visiting the museum and pouring over aging books filled with fabric swatches made her heart race. "They have so many nice patterns and they are timeless." David Soyer, who works at the museum, helps designers, artists and scholars who are looking for patterns from the past. He has worked with Susanna and some of her colleagues before, providing them with a multitude of samples over the years. "For us it is the opportunity to make the designs alive one more time," explains David. "For them it is an incredible and wealthy source of inspiration and a way to join history and culture to their creations."

Piecing it all together

The colours of the patterns are adjusted to coordinate with other IKEA products, but Susanna and her colleagues take care to change as little as possible in order to secure authenticity. Coordinating a textile collection to work not only together, but also with the furniture that already exists at IKEA, as well as considering the types of things people already have at home – is a huge challenge. “It’s a big puzzle actually,” says Emma Jones, who worked with Susanna to create the textiles. “A really big puzzle,” she laughs.

Keeping the customer at the centre of their project was the key to creating the products. “This style can suit many different people in many different stages of their lives,” Emma says. “Even if you like this style, it doesn’t have to mean you’re old fashioned. You probably just appreciate quality that never goes out of style.”

Working together to drive change

Each year, IKEA uses around 0.5 percent of all cotton grown around the world. This may not seem like a lot, but the number is big enough to drive change in the industry. For many years, we have been working with partners and stakeholders globally to transform conventional large-scale cotton farming and set social and environmental standards for cotton production. As an example, we helped set up the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) who runs the world’s largest cotton sustainability programme. BCI exists to make global cotton production better for the people who produce it, better for the environment it grows in and better for the sector’s future. Today, more than 110,000 farmers have adopted more sustainable farming practices within IKEA projects.

Ensuring compliance throughout the value chain

All IKEA products are produced in accordance with the IKEA IWAY Standard, our Supplier Code of Conduct. It sets out the minimum environmental and social standards expected from our suppliers, including compliance with local laws. We do not accept any form of forced labour, child labour or treatments in breach of our supply chain requirements. Our cotton teams across the globe ensure that all cotton used in IKEA products meets the demands of compliance in our supply chain. By having teams on the ground in areas where it has previously been challenging to work responsibly, we can challenge the traditional ways of working and improve the industry. If we discover that we are acting in places where we cannot ensure our requirements are being met, we follow-up on the ground and drive change.

Material

What is cotton?

Cotton is one of the world's most appreciated and used natural fibres. Textiles in cotton are soft, hardwearing and can be washed at high temperatures. They are also good at breathing and absorbing moisture – making them pleasant to wear close to the body. Today at IKEA we use more and more recycled cotton and strive to make sure that all the new cotton we use has been grown and produced with less and less amounts of pesticides, fertilisers and water.