Product Reviews

Origami Sateen Cases

In an artful pattern that resembles origami, these lustrous cotton sateen sheets are perfect on their own or for mixing and matching with solids. 300 thread count combed long-staple cotton. Fitted sheet is fully elasticized for a better fit (deep-pocket Queen and King sizes will fit mattresses up to 15"). Portugal.
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Customer Reviews for Origami Sateen Cases
Review 1 for Origami Sateen Cases
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LittleViolet
Location:Mequon, WI
Gender:Female
Age:35-44
disappointed
Date:September 24, 2014
I am huge fan of Garnet Hill sheets. In fact, I buy almost all my bedding from Garnet Hill. I do agree that these sheets are soft but they are paper thin. The print is also a bit more subtle than in the picture. I was hoping for a bit bolder look. I think they are overpriced for what they are and I worry that they won't hold up for very long because they are so sheer.
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ambnashville
Location:Nashville
Gender:Female
Age:35-44
So soft
Date:September 21, 2014
The best sheets ever. So soft. We got them in the natural color to coordinate with the chrysanthemum bedding.
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Review 3 for Origami Sateen Cases
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Hollis
Location:Santa Rosa, CA
Gender:Female
Age:55-64
Wading in Fabric
Date:September 4, 2014
These sheets are silky-soft, just lovely. But what I don't understand these days is why fitted sheets are so deep. We have a very nice queen mattress that we bought maybe two years ago, and we're swimming in fabric. Even the flat sheet falls way over the sides. I guess they're all like that now.