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Duncan Fitted Sheet

From £ 58.00

The Duncan Fitted Sheet is made from a classic shirting stripe with a co-ordinating reversible duvet cover and with matching sheet and pillowcases. It is made up simply with button closures and adds a shot of soft colour to any bedroom. Made from a yarn dyed cotton, woven with herringbone and sateen stripes. It is wonderfully soft and snuggly to the touch and has a more current informal feel.



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10 reasons to buy from And So To Bed


  • Fine 100% Italian yarn dyed contemporary striped bedlinen.
  • Woven with a detailed herringbone design.
  • Fabric has a warm and soft handle perfect for autumn and winter nights.
  • Reversible with two different complementary stripe designs.
  • Oeko-Tex Certified
  • Pillowcases available in the top stripe to match


And So To Bed linens by Dormitory are made from the finest fabrics and finished to the highest standards and in order to retain this quality for many years it is important to follow these few simple steps.


Always wash white and coloured items separately and follow the stitched in washing instructions. To keep colours true for as long as possible it is important not to use washing powders or detergents containing optical brighteners. Do not apply detergent (either powder or liquid) directly onto the fabric, but ensure it is fully dissolved before immersing the items to be washed. We recommend very sparing use of fabric conditioners. These products coat the fibres of a fabric and repeated application or excessive quantity can result in a build up of residue. This will mean the linens becoming hard to the touch and less supple.

Separate linens from other items in the wash, especially those containing polyester, which can create pilling or “bobbling” of the cotton fabric. Do not wash your linens with items with zips or hooks as these can catch on and damage the fabric or stitching.

Be aware that many beauty products today can have detrimental effects on fabrics as they contain bleaching agents. Whitening toothpastes, some cleansers and face creams can cause permanent colour loss.

Drying & Ironing

You can tumble dry most bedlinens on low heat, but be sure to check the care label. Shake out damp linens before placing in dryer. Remove from dryer promptly while slightly damp to minimize wrinkles.

Use a steam iron on a warm/hot setting for cotton. To iron embroidered bedlinen, iron them on the reverse side to preserve the three-dimensional effect of the embroidery. Use a pressing cloth to protect delicate lace and cutwork. Sateen linens are refreshed by ironing on the reverse side, restoring the lustrous face of the weave.