Snowe Home Sateen Sheets

Snowe Home Sateen Sheets Review

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Snow Home has recently introduced sateen weave sheets and they sent me some for free to review. I previously reviewed their percale sheets which are also a great feel. A queen set currently retails for $198 which is a bit on the high end of the price spectrum but they feel and look great. If you’re at all confused about which do go with, percale vs. sateen, check out this cool flow chart they created to help you decide which is best for you.

The Snowe Home Story

Snowe Home was founded by Rachel Cohen and Andres Modak. They sought out to bring better design and quality into everyday goods. They partnered direct with some of the best manufacturers to bring quality products and good prices. Not only do they sell bedding but Snow Home also offers tableware, towels, drinkware and more.

Snowe has a very simple design aesthetic which means their products pair with just about anything. The minimalist design brings a welcome calm to any space. Even their candles have a modern and calming look.

snowe candles

Construction of the Snowe Home Sheets

Below are the construction details as listed by Snowe Home

Our Sheet Set:
1 x Fitted Sheet
1 x Flat Sheet
2 x Pillowcase
(Packaged with a luxury sateen envelope for practical storage.)

Available Colors:
Essential White, Ash Grey, Classic Ivory

Sizing:
Full
Fitted Sheet 76″ L x 55″ W x 18″ D
Flat Sheet 102″ L x 81″ W
Pillow Case Standard: 32″ L x 20″ W

Queen
Fitted Sheet 80″ L x 60″ W x 18″ D
Flat Sheet 112″ L x 100″ W
Pillow Case Standard: 32″ L x 20″ W

King/Cal King
Fitted Sheet 80″ L x 78″ W x 18″ D
Flat Sheet 112″ L x 118″ W
Pillow Case King: 40″ L x 20″ W

Materials & Production

Made in Portugal
100% Long-Staple Cotton Sateen
400 Thread Count

Care & Use

Machine Wash

Instructions:
– Wash Separately
– Machine Wash Warm (Gentle Cycle)
– Do Not Bleach
– Tumble Dry Low
– Warm Iron Optional

My Snowe Home Sateen Sheets Findings

The first thing you’ll notice with these sheets is that they are packaged well. They arrive at your door in a brown paper package. Inside the package, they are protected in a plastic bag like the one below. They even explain why they needed to use plastic which it a nice touch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You even get a bag to store your sheets when not in use. The bag is the same fabric as the sheets making it breathable and easy to identify.

After unpacking the sheets, you’ll notice how light they are. A 4oo thread count sateen sheet should be light and smooth. If you go over a 400 thread count you will start to weigh down the sheet.

Here’s a closeup of the stitching on the top sheet. The stitching is consistent and precise.

Snowe Sheets Stitching

Here’s a picture of the banding on the fitted sheet. These sheets are listed at 18″ deep so they should accommodate most mattresses.

Snowe Sheets Banding

Finally, here’s a picture of the inside of a pillow case with the Snowe tag.

Snowe Sheets Tag

Here’s a picture of the front of the top sheet. Notice the sublte white stripe across that gives it a touch of luxury and detail without detracting from the beauty of a white sheet.

snowe sheets stripe

My Recommendation

Snowe Home sheets are in a class of their own. There are many sheet companies selling conventional cotton sheets for around $150 but if you spend the extra money on these sheets, you will get a softer feel with better construction. These sateen sheets are smooth right after the first wash and look great on your bed.

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