62% GIZA Egyptian Cotton / 38% Silk 340 Thread Count / 870 Strand Count Fabric from Italy
The Venetia is inspired by the old crumbling plaster walls of Venetian villas. Tone on tone, the smooth embossed medallion is offset perfectly by the textural backdrop it sits upon.
WASHING AND DRYING
If you prefer to wash your silk bed linens at home, they will lose some of their luster. Machine wash on a gentle cycle with warm temperatures and gentle cycles in a small load. Wash silk bed linens on their own, do not put them in the washer with any other articles. For best results, turn them inside out and launder them in a mesh bag. Select a mild soap that is specifically formulated for silk. Do not use any type of bleach, fabric softener, or enzyme detergent. Launder whites, colors, and prints separately. Machine dry on a delicate setting, using a cool temperature. Silk dries very quickly, be careful not to over dry. Keep your silk away from perfumes, hair spray, nail polish remover, and deodorant. Most of these are alcohol based which can dissolve silk.
Do not use caustic soaps, bleaches, Persil, or Woolite detergents. Sleep in nightwear made with natural fabrics; nightwear made with synthetic fibers is one of the biggest causes of pilling. Do not launder with any articles that are heavy or coarse, they can scour the fabric. Acne medications and whitening toothpastes contain chemicals that will bleach almost everything.
Victoria Cuddle Blanket
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Cuddle Blankets are 100% cotton and perfect for warmer months. Excellent for sleeping with, have as a decorative accent or simply cuddling up with. Woven in Portugal and pre washed to eliminate shrinking. Cuddle up with your Cuddle Blanket today.
Woven in cotton, silk and linen, Viva’s contrasting textures are enhanced by its dramatic zig zag design. Smooth silk is offset by a multi-layered composition of linen and cotton, creating a bedding design that is as pleasing to the touch as it is to the eye. The understated neutral colour palette allows the textural quality of this fabric to take centre-stage.