Malta Complete Bed Ensemble, 100% Cotton
A unique waterflower design is the focal point of this expressive bedding, featuring large blooms in purple hues. The neutral background offsets the dramatic pattern beautifully. 100% cotton. Comforter fill is 100% polyester. Bed skirt has a 14" drop length. Sheets are 100% cotton with a 200 thread count. Fitted sheet fits mattresses up to 16" deep. Twin set includes 66"W x 86" comforter, one standard sham, bed skirt, flat sheet, fitted sheet, and one standard pillowcase. Full set includes 88" W x 90" L comforter, two standard shams, bed skirt, flat sheet, fitted sheet and two standard pillowcases. Queen set includes 92" W x 96" L comforter, two standard shams, bed skirt, flat sheet, fitted sheet and two standard pillowcases. King and California King sets each include 110" W x 96" L comforter, two king-size shams, bed skirt, flat sheet, fitted sheet and two king-size pillowcases. Machine wash. Imported. Coordinating accessories available separately.
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Pretty but??quality?? Talk about wrinkled!!! The quality of the fabric is certainly awful. I ironed the bedskirt with spray starch, and by the time I finished, the first part I had ironed was incredibly wrinkled! April 28, 2013
So Pretty! Beautiful bedding...but wont use the sheet set. No wrinkles other than those expected when taking new bedding out of the bag. Great set, and a great price! April 4, 2013
I just bought this set and as of today not sure I will keep it the price was too high for the quality of the product. March 20, 2013
Best Set Ever!!!! I love this set. I bought some deep Plum Wamsutta sheets as well as a Sage and the yellowish/tannish color on the comforter too. I bought some creme sheer curtains with a set deep plum ones under the sheer. I agree that to many people are complaining about the wrinkles. It's nothing a steamer and liquid fabric softener can't solve. Even my Rachel Ashwell bedding set that I purchased and it was $800 was wrinkled. It's ridiculous to think it wouldn't be. March 17, 2013