- Twin/Twin XL$165
Instantly give your bed a dose of cozy-casual luxury with our organic cotton duvet cover and matching shams. Its crisp and cool 200-thread count percale weave gets softer with every wash.
- 100% GOTS certified organic cotton
- Includes one duvet cover and two pillow shams
- Twin and Twin XL sets include one pillow sham
- 1” flanged edge detail for a clean look
- Hidden zipper closure on the duvet cover and center envelope opening on shams
- Corner ties keep your comforter/duvet insert (sold separately) in place.
- Machine wash cold with like colors, gentle cycle, no bleach, tumble dry low
What makes our percale duvet cover sets so special?
Light yet durable
Long organic cotton fibers are woven into a percale weave to give you a crisp and clean finish, like your favorite dress shirt, but better.
Just the right thread count
We chose a thread count of 200 for the perfect balance of softness and breathability. Our organic percale cotton is pre-washed for a soft, lived-in feel.
Made with Fair Trade
Our bedding is made in factories with the most rigorous standards of economic and social responsibility for their workers. We believe it's the most effective way for us to do the most good every day.
Organic all the way
We only use certified organic long-staple cotton. It's naturally breathable and hypoallergenic, so it's not only better for the planet, it's better for you.
We pride ourselves on a supply chain that's traceable from end to end. You can rest easy knowing your bedding is always pure and free of harmful chemicals.
Fair trade bedding
Our Fair Trade Certified™ factories adhere to the most rigorous standards of economic and social responsibility for the people who expertly make our products. Every Organic Percale Duvet Cover Set is also made with respect for the environmental resources that make it possible.
Frequently asked questions
A duvet cover is a protective and decorative fabric layer that goes over a duvet (also called a “duvet insert”) and has some type of closure like buttons or zipper.
It's a great way to keep your duvet/duvet insert clean. You can also easily change up the look of your bed by switching out your duvet cover.
Machine wash on its own in cold water on a gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low and remove promptly. Mild, organic detergents work best.
Our current bedding color options are thoughtfully curated to fit a more neutral color palette because they complement almost any room style with timeless simplicity. In keeping with our eco-friendly ethos, we either leave the natural fabric undyed in its beautiful natural state or use nontoxic, eco-friendly dyes for our bed sheets.
Bedding products returned within 45 days of the delivery date will get a full refund to the original form of payment. There are no restocking or penalty fees for used products, but we do ask that you wash your used bedding before returning.
At this time we do not have an exchange policy for Saatva bedding. If you would like to exchange your merchandise, simply return your order and repurchase the item of your choice.
The terms “comforter” and “duvet” (also known as “duvet insert”) are sometimes used interchangeably. Traditionally, a comforter is meant to be used on its own and doesn’t require a cover. It can either have a decorative print or a solid color.
In contrast, a duvet (AKA duvet insert) is designed to be used inside a duvet cover which you can wash and switch out regularly. Duvets are also typically fluffier than traditional comforters and quilts because they are filled with down alternative or some other lightweight fill.
Our Saatva All-Year Comforter is actually a hybrid of both. Like a comforter, it can be used on its own without a duvet because it’s super soft and machine washable. Unlike a traditional comforter, it has the cloud-like softness and lightweight breathability of a duvet.
We recommend using the All-Year Comforter as a duvet insert inside our duvet covers to give you more versatility and ease when laundry day comes around.
Percale cotton has a crisp feel with a luxe matte finish while sateen has a silky-soft feel with a subtle luster. Both are made with long organic cotton fibers.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, the sweet spot for thread count in cotton sheets is between 200 and 400. If you tend to sleep hot, a higher thread count may not be a great choice as it tends to trap body heat. Sticking to that sweet spot for thread count is a good way to ensure your cotton sheets won't feel too warm.
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the leading textile processing standard for organic fibers. Fabrics that carry the GOTS symbol must be made with at least 95% organic fiber, free of toxic chemicals, colored with nontoxic dyes, and meet strict social and environmental criteria.
Products from Fair Trade Certified™ factories are made according to rigorous social, environmental, and economic Fair Trade Standards. This means the farmers and workers behind that product earn additional money from your purchase to empower and uplift their communities.
All businesses that work with Fair Trade are held to these rigorous standards, which drive income sustainability, community and individual well-being, empowerment, and environmental stewardship. They include requirements around worker’s rights, fair labor practices, and responsible land management. These standards ensure that goods are made with care for the people and planet.
Saatva has earned an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and 96% of Saatva customers are satisfied with their purchase*.