Duvet cover sets
Comfort for a good night's sleep is what counts most when it comes to duvet covers and pillowcases. Here you'll find a big choice, including extra soft materials like densely woven cotton percale, to help you find what suits you. We also have a wide range of looks too, so you can go for what you like today and change it whenever you fancy.
Bedding sets in different materials
In our wide selection of bedding sets we have different materials with different traits. All the materials we use in our duvet cover sets are comfy against your skin and make your bed a cozy bubble for a good night’s sleep – but they also have different advantages.
Cotton bedding sets
Cotton bedding sets woven from pure cotton are soft against your skin and actually even get softer after every wash. They also breathe well, absorb moisture and are durable. Some of our cotton bedding sets even have concealed press studs that help keep the quilt in place – great if you tend to toss and turn in bed.
Mixes of polyester and cotton
Looking for duvet cover sets that are easy to take care of? In that case a mix of polyester and cotton could be a great choice. Bedding sets in this blend resist wrinkling or creasing and don’t shrink.
Sateen-woven bed linen sets in lyocell and cotton
Sateen-woven bed linen sets made in a blend of lyocell and cotton are both very soft and pleasant against your skin as well as have a glow and luster. The material blend also draws moisture away from your body and absorbs it to keep you dry all night.
Linen duvet cover sets
Linen has natural fibers that create small subtle variations in the surface. This makes the texture of the cover set distinctive with a matte luster. Aside from the distinctive look, linen also absorbs moisture and breathes effectively – which helps you keep comfortable with an even body temperature while sleeping.
To help you choose the best bedding set for you, we’ve shared the thread count on each bedding set. The thread count tells you the amount of threads per square inch of fabric. The higher the thread count the more densely woven the fabric.