They say that hous­es and walls heal, but in order for the space to real­ly restore, you need to be able to equip it.

1. Per­cale is an exquis­ite vel­vety fab­ric made from nat­ur­al cot­ton.

The high strength of the can­vas is achieved due to the spe­cial siz­ing of the fibers with a spe­cial com­po­si­tion — dress­ing. Because of this, the thread becomes as smooth as pos­si­ble, and the fab­ric becomes thin and durable, which makes it espe­cial­ly valu­able in the tex­tile mar­ket. By the way, per­cale has been known since the 18th cen­tu­ry, although at that time it was used in the navy.

2. Satin is a soft, dense, cot­ton or silk fab­ric, which was brought from Chi­na in ancient times by mer­chants around the world.

The fab­ric is val­ued not only for its silky sur­face, high den­si­ty and noble sheen — satin is incred­i­bly hygro­scop­ic, pleas­ant­ly cools the skin in hot weath­er and warms it up in cold weath­er. Also, nat­ur­al satin does not wrin­kle and is hypoal­ler­genic.

3. Ten­cel is a high-tech fab­ric made from euca­lyp­tus wood, which is sub­ject­ed to nano-pro­cess­ing.

To the touch, ten­cel is very sim­i­lar to silk, only not so slip­pery and smooth. In addi­tion to the envi­ron­men­tal friend­li­ness of pro­duc­tion, this fab­ric is famous for its antibac­te­r­i­al prop­er­ties, high hygro­scop­ic­i­ty and high ther­moreg­u­la­tion.

Ide­al for bed sheets!

All these fab­rics are avail­able in our range of MariaG Home bed linen.