Percale fabric is a lighter in weight and more breathable making it better for summer or warmer climates. Percale bedding a plain weave with a matt finish. Sateen fabric has a silky smooth surface and a sheen.
Yes! We bespoke make each sheet too the exact size and shape of the mattress. We even calculate the shrinkage at normal 40 degree Celsius wash temperatures. We make a template of your mattress or send you a template pack for you to do it.
The thread count is the number of threads in each square inch of fabric. However, a higher thread count does not mean that the quality is higher: thread count is only one factor. The quality of the yarn is also a very important factor.
Thread count means how many threads, lengthwise and widthwise are woven into one square inch of fabric. With finer threads, such as those produced with pure Egyptian cotton, more can be woven into each square inch which produces a finer, softer and flexible material.
Towels are measured by GSM: Grams per Square Metre which is the density of the towel. Towels and bathrobes are usually between 300 to 800 GSM.
But weight is only important if the cotton is of a premium quality and this has to do with the length of the fibers otherwise known as the staple. Staple length is a term referring to the average length of a group of fibers of any composition. The staple depends on the origin of the fibers. Natural fibers, such as cotton or wool have a range of lengths in each sample, so the staple length is an average.
No. you can order as little or as much as you like. Every order is treated the same.
A 50% deposit is required on order before we can send your order into production. The remaining 50% is due before delivery.
We accept most major credit cards or you can pay by bank transfer or cash (within the legal limits of cash exchange) An invoice will be issued.
The following details should be on all invoice sent to us.
Home Style Group Mallorca SL
Calle Carro 9
Palma de Mallorca
Bespoke items such as mattresses, toppers, Bed linens and fabric table cloths & napkins have an acceptable tolerance of +/- 5%
Given that there items are made from fabrics and or foam this tolerance is considered acceptable in the finished products.