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Lull is proud to announce that our sheets are Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX certified. This means that the fabrics used are tested and verified to be free from harmful levels of more than 300 substances.
As a member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council Lull is committed to reducing the environmental impact of the furnishings industry, while educating ourselves and our customers on the importance of sustainability and conservation.
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Woven For Comfort
Airy or cozy, silky or crisp, Lull has you covered with the perfect sheets.
Crisp Percale Weave
Using a one-over and one-under weave pattern, our cotton percale sheets have a fresh and crisp feel. The lightweight fabric won't trap in heat making it ideal for warm sleepers. A matte finish adds modern appeal, while the weave style ensures durability and prevents pilling over time. Wake up rested and cool with the perfect percale sheets.
Silky Sateen Weave
Using a one-under and three-over pattern, sateen weaves create a soft buttery finish. Additional yarn means a sturdy and cozy sheet set, that’s both comforting and silky. A subtle sheen adds a luxe feel, while the breathable weave keeps you comfortable for both summer and winter seasons. Fall into deep sleep with the sheets of your dreams.
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Which sheets are right for me?
- The Cotton Blend Sheets are buttery, cost-effective, and long-lasting.
- The Cotton Sheets are modern, elevated, and crisp yet lightweight.
- The Organic Cotton Sheets are luxurious, silky, and environmentally sustainable.
What is the difference between Cotton Blend, Cotton, and Organic Cotton?
- Cotton Blend: 60% cotton, 40% polyester
- Cotton: 100% natural cotton
- Organic Cotton: 100% organic cotton
How frequently should I change my sheets?
It’s recommended to wash sheets weekly, and to purchase new sheets every 2-3 years, or when wear and tear—thinning, fading, or yellowing—occurs.