WELCOME TO FASHION HOME PRODUCTS

FASHION HOME PRODUCTS IS A LICENSED MANUFACTURER OF BEDDING AND UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE SPECIALIZING IN THE  CONSTRUCTION OF  FASHIONABLE THROW PILLOWS, TABLE RUNNERS, LINEN NAPKINS, AND PILLOW CASES.

FASHION HOME PRODUCTS IS COMMITTED TO OFFERING INNOVATIVE FASHION HOME PRODUCTS AT GREAT PRICES!

OUR MISSION IS SIMPLE

WE WILL STRIVE TO CREATE BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED THROW PILLOWS, TABLE RUNNERS AND LINEN NAPKINS THAT WILL BEAUTIFY THE HOME OF OUR CUSTOMERS. WE TAKE PRIDE IN THE FABRICS THAT ARE SELECTED, AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE FABRICS.  OUR PILLOW CASE FABRICS OFFER A COMBINATION OF POLYESTER / COTTON BLEND TO REDUCE WRINKLING, OR TOP QUALITY COTTON WITH A SATEEN TEXTURE.  ALL PILLOW CASE FABRICS ARE PRE-SHRUNK, STEAM PRESSED, AND READY FOR PACKAGING TO ACHIEVE THE END GOAL OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION.  OUR WEBSITE PROVIDES DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT OUR PRODUCTS (THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN, FIBER CONTENTS, AND WASH AND CARE INSTRUCTIONS).

PERCALE

Percale Fabric is a combed and close-woven cloth made of either cotton-polyester blends or 100-percent cotton. It is finer and softer than Muslin and generally has a thread count of 180 to 200. Because of their polyester blend, Percale pillowcases have a very low wrinkle factor.

Thread count refers to the number of threads woven into 1 square inch of fabric. Why does this matters? The higher the thread count, the softer and smoother the pillowcases will be.

Thread count also determines whether a pillowcase is Muslin or Percale. Pillowcases with a thread count of 140-180 are Muslin. Everything higher is Percale. The most common Percale pillowcases have thread counts of 180-200. Higher quality pillowcases have a 250-300 thread count, and feels silky to the touch. Pillowcases with a 300-400 high thread count are considered luxury quality.

Cotton Polyester Blend: These pillowcases are made using material that was blended together with natural cotton, and a man-made fiber called polyester. A blended cotton polyester pillowcase will shrink less then 100% cotton. In addition, this type of blend will come out of the wash usually looking less wrinkled and does not require ironing to make a nice finish.

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MUSLIN

Muslin is cotton that is rougher, yet tougher than others.  Muslin is frequently used in children’s bedding and printed with shapes or figures. During washing, this fabric tends to pill and fade more than other pillowcases.  The thread count varies from 120 to 140.

Thread count refers to the number of threads woven into 1 square inch of fabric. Why does this matters? The higher the thread count, the softer and smoother the pillowcases will be.

Thread count also determines whether a pillowcase is Muslin or Percale. Pillowcases with a thread count of 140-180 are Muslin. Everything higher is Percale. The most common Percale pillowcases have thread counts of 180-200. Higher quality pillowcases have a 250-300 thread count, and feels silky to the touch. Pillowcases with a 300-400 high thread count are considered luxury quality.

Muslin pillowcases come at a lower price than Percale because prices are typically based on the thread counts. Fifty (50) percent cotton / 50 percent polyester pillowcases does resist wrinkling, but can be stiff. A 60 percent cotton / 40 percent polyester, or higher, is another option.

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FLANNEL

These pillowcases are a blend of cottons.  Quality is not measured by thread count, but in ounces of material per square yard of fabric. Four ounces or more per square yard is considered good-quality flannel.  Flannel pillowcases are highly popular for their warmth, and are often used in baby bedding.

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COMBED COTTON

Combed Cotton is cotton which has gone through a process to remove shorter fibers and any impurities in the material, which creates a smooth, soft fabric.

Made of 100% Cotton:  Cotton is a natural substance that is farmed from the cotton plant. It is soft and is not man made. A cotton pillowcase will shrink when washed. A cotton pillowcase will also wrinkle easily when removed from the wash. Most cotton pillowcases will require ironing to make them look their best.

Thread count also determines whether a pillowcase is Muslin or Percale. Thread count refers to the number of threads woven into 1 square inch of fabric. Why does this matters? The higher the thread count, the softer and smoother the pillowcases will be.

Higher quality pillowcases have a 250-300 thread count, and feels silky to the touch. Pillowcases with a 300-400 high thread count are considered luxury quality.  Pillowcases with a thread count of 140-180 are Muslin. Everything higher is Percale. The most common Percale pillowcases have thread counts of 180-200.

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EGYPTIAN COMBED COTTON

Made of 100% Egyptian Cotton:

Pillowcases made using this type of cotton is similar to 100% Cotton. However, Egyptian cotton is a type of long staple cotton grown only in Egypt. It is known world-wide as the strongest, most beautiful and lustrous cotton produced. Its extraordinary quality is due to the long growing season in that country. Pillowcases of Egyptian cotton with a high thread count are reputed to be more luxurious than any others. Thread count for Egyptian cotton is usually 200 and above.

Combed Cotton is cotton which has gone through a process to remove shorter fibers and any impurities in the material, which creates a smooth, soft fabric.

Thread count refers to the number of threads woven into 1 square inch of fabric. Why does this matters? The higher the thread count, the softer and smoother the pillowcases will be.

Thread count also determines whether a pillowcase is Muslin or Percale. Pillowcases with a thread count of 140-180 are Muslin.  The most common Percale pillowcases have thread counts of 180-200. Higher quality pillowcases have a 250-300 thread count, and feels silky to the touch. Pillowcases with a 300-400 high thread count are considered luxury quality.

 

 

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