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Sky Blue Cotton Percale Bedding

£140.00 £140.00

Organic bedding from Tekla

Tekla's Organic Cotton Percale Collection can best be described as a silent noise: while not standing out to the naked eye when viewed from afar, its superior softness will serve as an honest justification of its presence in your everyday life when taken into use. The stonewashed Cotton Percale has a crisp touch to it and comes with a light stonewash finish for added soft hand feel. 

This single set includes one single duvet cover and one pillow sham



Sky Blue and matte white buttons



The Cotton Percale bedding is made from 100% organic cotton.

The weaving technique of the Cotton Percale Collection gives the product an extreme softness, accompanied by superior resistance. To obtain this light sentiment, the Cotton Percale Collection is made from long fibers with a thread count of 300, then pre-washed for a soft, worn feel, followed by a stonewash for added matte finish.



Duvet cover: 140 x 200       Pillow cover: 60 x 63

Duvet cover: 140 x 220       Pillow cover: 60 x 63

Please choose your size in the drop down menu under the photo.


More about Tekla:

Tekla was founded with the objective of conceiving the best bed linen possible. Our intent is to accentuate the natures of the fabric and their inherent qualities. We believe that textiles possess an essential role in each home: they can alter the atmosphere and change the way in which you perceive your private space. That is our raison d’être: to show the importance of home textiles and how they, subtle as loud, can make a difference in your everyday life.





Prior to taking the Cotton Percale bedding into use, we recommend that you machine wash it at cycles up to 40 degrees celsius for reduced environmental impact and avoidance of any damage to the fabric. We also recommend the bedding to be hund to dry for decreased energy consumption and minimisation of natural wrinkles on the fabric. 

Please note that tumbling can damage the feel and quality of the fabric. We recommend that you use delicate tumble settings at low to medium heat.