• Duvet cover set cotton percale 300 thread count


Mrs.Me selects only the finest quality fabrics for her bed linen: cotton percale, cotton sateen and lyocell of a high thread count weave. Mrs.Me luxurious bed linen excels in distinctive design and elegance. Manufactured with respect for nature and people, the material is long-lasting, breathable and feels soft to the skin. Mrs.Me blends style, quality and comfort to provide blissful sleeping.


Both cotton percale and cotton sateen can be produced from the same yarns. The difference between percale and sateen fabrics is the way the fabric is woven.

cotton percale

Percale is made with a basket weave, which interlaces threads at a ratio of 1 to1; one yarn over, one yarn under. It is constructed using a high quality weave with a thread count of 200 or more. The appearance is flat with a matte to semi-matte look. The finer the yarn and higher the thread count the more natural lustre you will see in the fabric.

cotton sateen

Sateen has a sheen and feels soft because it is woven in another way. With Sateen, the thread interlaces at a ratio of 4 to 1; four yarns over, one yarn under. The face of the fabric is covered by the warp yarn, visible by a small twill line. This gives the fabric a smooth, satin-like look. Sateen is easier to iron and slightly warmer than percale.
  • cotton percale 300 thread count
  • cotton sateen 300 thread count


TENCELTM Lyocell is a highly acclaimed fabric, produced from the wood cellulose of eucalyptus trees. Coming from sustainably managed forests, the material signifies an environment-conscious production from fibre to fabric. Tencel is a very strong breathable fabric with a subtle shine, easy to iron, very soft and gentle on the skin.

botanic origin

TENCELTM Lyocell fibers are derived from sustainable wood sources, harvested from certified and controlled sources using a closed loop production process.

sustainable production

TENCELTM Lyocell fibers have gained the reputation for their environmentally responsible closed loop production process, which transforms wood pulp into cellulosic fibers with high resource efficiency and low ecological impact. This solvent-spinning process recycles process water and reuses the solvent at a recovery rate of more than 99%.


TENCELTM Lyocell fibers are versatile and distinguished by their greater strength among cellulose fibers.

enhanced breathability

TENCELTM Lyocell fibers support body temperature regulating properties through their moisture management. Derived from natural material, the microscopic fibrils of cellulosic fibers are structured to regulate the absorption and release of moisture, contributing to more breathable fabrics that support the body’s natural thermal regulation.

feels cool and dry

The smooth fiber surface of TENCELTM Lyocell fibers absorbs moisture more efficiently than cotton. This supports the body’s natural thermal regulating mechanism, keeping your skin feeling pleasantly cool and dry throughout the day and night.

weaving and finishing

Proper weaving and finishing techniques, applied to the right kinds of yarn, are the key ingredients to producing the world’s best textiles.

thread count

Thread count indicates the fineness of a fabric. It is measured by counting the number of threads per square inch of fabric, including both the length threads (the warp), and width threads (the weft).
Thread count is often used as a measure of fabric quality for bed linens. Standard cotton thread counts are around 150, while good-quality sheets start at 180. A fabric count of 200 or higher is considered Percale.


While thread count is important, the most prominent factor in fine fabric is the quality of the cotton. Finer cotton has longer plant fibres, also known as 'staple'. With a longer staple, the diameter of the thread can be made smaller. Finer threads can be woven closer together for more threads per inch: this is known as a higher thread count. All of these elements make the fabric softer, more durable and lightweight.


As we spend around a third of our life in bed, quality linen should also have good skin-friendly properties. Mrs.Me has chosen NOT to apply the ‘Easy Care’ finish to her bed linen fabrics. ‘Easy Care’ is a chemical finish that prevents textiles from shrinking and wrinkling. This treatment is done with formaldehyde, a harmful substance that will be released during the use of bed linens. So while Mrs.Me duvet covers do crease, they do not contain toxins.


All our cottons carry the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification. The independent test institutes of the Oeko-Tex Association assure that certified textiles have been tested for harmful substances and thus pose no risks to your health. The certification also guarantees that our textiles are produced according to the highest level of environmental sustainability.
The packaging of Mrs.Me's bed linen does not contain PVC or other toxic chemicals.


Mrs.Me offers 6 different fabrics for her bed linens:
• Lyocell (Tencel) 300 Thread count
• Cotton Sateen 300 Thread count
• Cotton Sateen 600 Thread count
• Cotton Percale 200 Thread count
• Cotton Percale 300 Thread count
• Cotton Percale 400 Thread count
• Cotton Percale 500 Thread count

size chart

Duvet cover extra length open end:
• Single 140 x 220 cm (+ 40 cm)
• King 240 x 220 cm (+ 40 cm)
• King large 260 x 240 cm (+ 40 cm)
Duvet cover zipper closure:
• Single 140 x 220 cm
• King 240 x 220 cm
• King large 260 x 240 cm
• pillowcase 60 x 70 cm
• pillowcase 65 x 65 cm
• pillowcase 50 x 70 cm
• neckroll cover 90 x 25 cm