Rated 5 out of 5 by peekapoo Best sheet set
I bought a complete sheet set in the sea glass color. They feel very cool and so soft. Excellent quality and very well sized. The color is beautiful.
May 16, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by CleverJane Ghastly flaw: Non-durable
These are deliciously soft Pima, matching our duvet covers and sheets, and the Ivory is a pale cream which we love. The quality of the cotton in these items is not high enough, so they cost us a lot extra in time, trouble and money. Our other Pima purchases from L L Bean do not have this ghastly flaw. The monogramming is usually excellent, but the last set of 4 had to be returned due to large pink dots showing in the center of the monogram. This is poor quality control, we have returned them for credit.
October 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Capecodalert Terrific
Bought sheets for the first time from LLBean and will again. These pillow cases are soft and superior. I even had my initials put on them which was also a first for me - a lovely shade of ivory on white. I am 100% satisfied.
April 20, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Danale Need darker colors
I bought the 'darkest' color I could find in these and, although I love the quality of the fabric and the softness, I think the color is too light and mild. I would love to see these in darker SOFT TEAL and I'm sure many customers would like darker shades of colors too.
I hope LL Bean will consider making these or the pima cotton percale sheets in some shade of teal!
February 6, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by QuietRainDragon Disappointed
The weave and softness of the sheets and pillow cases are very good but I'm finding that the color is fading in an uneven, very displeasing manner. All the pillow cases are fading around the seams and edges as well as the sheets. For as much as these cost, this is a great disappointment. Maybe LLB should consider having these made in America instead of China.
September 14, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by njpjean 340 count sheets
I received this set for Christmas. I am very disappointed in the appearence of these once they were washed and dried on premanent press. These sheets and cases wrinkle and crease. I even tried to press them with a steam iron. You cannot get the wrinkleness out. I have never ironed sheets in over 49 years.
Would not recommend them not worth almost $200. Will never buy any thats for sure. With the price they should be wrinkle free forever.
January 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by ComfortableandSatisfied 340-Thread Count Cotton Sateen Pillowcases
These 340-thread count bed products perform well in AL: cool in the summer and just the right warmth for fall. After accidentally donating four of our favorite pillowcases, I learned L. L. Bean carried the product but no longer carried the older pattern we purchased many, many years ago. Customer Service helped me select a monogram color for the four new white cases, which complements our existing sheets. An accidental loss turned into a professional, fresh new look! Thanks, L. L. Bean.
November 18, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by gtvs 340 thread-count cotton sateen pillowcases
So soft and cozy. Laundered exceptionally well. Really pleased with them. Would not hesitate to order more.
November 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by greatsheets Very Satisfied Customer
I recently returned this set of sheets as the fitted sheet had begun to tear (after 3 years of continuous use). Without question, an exchange was made, including a full set of sheets/cases, and duvet cover as the original color was on backorder and I preferred a quicker exchange. In these times of diminishing customer service, LLBean remains the five-star standard of exemplary customer service.
November 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by merwyn Sheets and pillowcases
This product is the best I have been able to find-the fitted sheets are generous in proportion and fit our deep mattress perfectly. The fabric is soft and smooth. I ordered another set for us and one for my son and daughter-in-law and they love them also. They are a little bit more expensive than most but the quality is wonderful and worth it.
November 10, 2010