What is satin?
Satin or satin (silk or cotton) is a textile weave in which the binding points are reduced to the minimum necessary to be almost invisible. Thanks to its silk effect it is one of the finest fabrics for household linen.
In cotton satin the warp (warp satin) or weft (weft satin) binding points are more sparse than in traditional weaves. The main satin weaves are those in which the ratio is from 4, from 5 the most common is satin.
Satin amazes with its opaque and brilliant nuances reminiscent of silk. Soft to the touch, fresh on the skin, satin bed linen is extremely comfortable in any season of the year.