FAQ

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CAN I GET SAMPLES OF THE FABRIC BEFORE I PLACE AN ORDER?

We understand that in some cases you want to be able to see the fabric before you make your decision so we are more than happy to send you fabric samples.  Please email us through the Contact Us page to send us your requests.

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CAN I BUY VOUCHERS FOR A GIFT?

Absolutely. We are happy to provide a voucher for you.  Buy them here. Gift Vouchers

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WHAT IS THREADCOUNT?

Threadcount = is the number of threads per square centimetre (or per square inch) of fabric.

Having a high threadcount doesn't necessarily mean it is a high quality product if the threads themselves are not high quality.  The quality of fabric can also depend on fibre quality, yarn size, finishing and construction.  So when you look at sheets think about the weight, the fibre, the finish and the feel.  All our sheets are made with 300TC cotton (that's 300 threads per 10 square centimetres).  We love the "Crisp" feel of it.  Try them - see what you think.  We don't think you will be disappointed.

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WHAT IS A KING SIZE PILLOW?

We got tired of having a gap in the middle of our king bed so we made a longer pillow!  This pillow is 50 x 90 cm (a standard pillow is 50 x 70 cm).  It means that two across the bed go right to the side without a gap in the middle. These are perfect for king and super king beds but also fit well across a king single.

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WHAT IS A EURO PILLOW?

These are square pillows that sit either behind or in front of our main sleeping pillows. They are 65 x 65cm. 

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WHAT IS AUSTRALIAN KING SIZE IN NEW ZEALAND SIZING?

Australian King is equivalent to a New Zealand Super King.

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WHAT SIZE SHOULD I GET FOR A DOUBLE BED?

Always go for Queen size for a double bed.

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WILL I NOTICE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COTTON AND POLY/COTTON SHEETS?

Absolutely. Poly/cotton will not breathe or absorb moisture as well as cotton.  100% cotton will always be the more comfortable choice.  All of our sheets are made using 100% cotton.

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WHY USE SOY WAX?

Soy wax is a softer natural vegetable based wax that burns at a much lower temperature than other waxes.