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Whim By Martha Stewart Collection Novelty Print Full 4-pc Sheet Set, 250 Thread Count 100% Cotton, C In Cat

Whim by Martha Stewart Collection Novelty Print Full 4-pc Sheet Set, 250 Thread Count 100% Cotton, Created for Macy's Bedding Home - Bed & Bath Bed - Sheets & Pillowcases

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Martha Stewart Collection Whim By  Novelty Print Full 4-pc Sheet Set, 250 Thread Count 100% Cotton, C In Cat

Whim By Martha Stewart Collection Novelty Print Full 4-pc Sheet Set, 250 Thread Count 100% Cotton, C In Cat

Whim by Martha Stewart Collection Novelty Print Full 4-pc Sheet Set, 250 Thread Count 100% Cotton, Created for Macy's Bedding Home - Bed & Bath Bed - Sheets & Pillowcases

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Whim by Martha Stewart Collection Cat Nap 200 TC 3-Pc Sheet Set - TWIN Set includes flat sheet, fitted sheet & one standard pillowcase Flat sheet dimensions: 70" x 98" Fitted sheet dimensions: 39" x 75" Pillowcase dimensions: 20" x 30" Pillowcases with envelope closure Fitted sheet fits mattresses up to 18" Coordinates to all Martha Stewart Whim Collection Fitted sheet fits mattresses up to 18" deep All cotton Machine washable

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Have you seen the Whim by Martha Stewart Sheet Sets? With prints featuring flamingos, llamas, and more, these sheets are seriously adorable! 😍 Even better, they have rave reviews – like I’m talkin’ almost 400 5-star reviews!

These sheets are amazing, they wash well and have so much character. Are they worth the full price? No. Are they worth the sale price? Yes! Buy two!!


I was a bit hesitant to purchase such a low thread count but these feel great!


I love Martha Stewart sheets. I like light, cooling sheets with cute patterns and the best I have found is within the Martha Stewart collection. I always wash my sheets before use, and they come out softer instead of stiff. I definitely recommend!


I bought the cat print for my bed and absolutely adore them. They fit my mattress (it is 12 inches deep) and the flat sheet tucks in nicely.


These sheets in the “drip drop” pattern make me smile for several reasons: they are a comfortable 100% cotton, they fit my bed with no tugging to make corners fit and room to spare, the speckled colors brighten up my room, and the sale price was an incredibly good deal.


Martha Stewart 200 thread count 100% Cotton Percale sheets are the only sheets we buy. They wash excellent and don’t wrinkle if you get them out of the dryer and fold them or put them back on the bed. They are crisp, cool and soften to the perfect comfort. They never pill, are strong and stay in place! Good for year round lasting comfort!


Our team LOVES these pillows!

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Martha Stewart's at Kmart, Changing the Sheets

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SHE prodded average Americans to consider quince preserves. She ratcheted up their sense of inadequacy because they did not press their vintage linens and whip up exotic omelets with eggs from their own chicken farms.

Now, she wants to take away their burgundy sheets.

She, of course, is Martha Stewart, and her remaking of the American bed and bath is part of a joint venture with the Kmart Corporation. Next month, Ms. Stewart will roll out her new line of sheets, towels, pillows and bed throws at Kmart stores.

The collection, named ''Everyday,'' also features coordinated bath rugs, shower curtains and a smattering of home accessories like toothbrush holders and drinking cups. Further, there are 256 house paints whose hues were inspired, Ms. Stewart said, by findings at her own homes and barns. And a video of Ms. Stewart explaining how to mix and match underscores the style-it-yourself aspect of the collection, which is already offered in 290 Kmart stores and will be in the rest of the 2,020-store chain by year's end.

The idea behind Everyday is to lure Middle Americans away from what Ms. Stewart sees as the often dismal offerings of lower-priced stores -- dark colors, polyester fabrics, fruit prints -- by giving them a taste of what shoppers with a lot more money and time for glue guns get from fancier outlets.

''I am trying to encourage the Kmart customer to be more luxurious,'' Ms. Stewart said last week, while touring the Manhattan showrooms of two sheet manufacturers that make the Everyday line.

Sheet research has shown that most Americans who buy linens in discount stores gravitate toward dark greens, blues and burgundies: colors that are perceived as rich and have the added benefit of hiding dirt and stains better than lighter tones. But this does not daunt Ms. Stewart. To her, the Kmart shopper, defined by the company as the low- to middle-income young mother, sleeps on gingham or at least green-leaf stripe.

Bounding across the showroom of Westpoint Stevens, which makes part of her line, Ms. Stewart grabbed a scarlet polyester valance hanging in the middle of nowhere and cried: ''See this? None!''

Since 1987, Ms. Stewart has been a life-style and home-entertaining consultant through a licensing agreement with Kmart, whose headquarters are in Troy, Mich. Some bed, bath, kitchen and table-top items have been sold under her name through that arrangement.

But the housewares program was a minor part of both Ms. Stewart's empire and Kmart's business. Indeed, under Joseph E. Antonini, the former chief executive of Kmart, the line floundered, along with the rest of Kmart's business, which was in danger of going bankrupt until recently. When Floyd Hall took the helm in 1995, he asked Ms. Stewart to jump-start the line.

Under the new deal, Ms. Stewart will receive royalties for the use of her name on products and a percentage of the gross profits from the line. Neither company would provide exact figures for the arrangement.

The collection will reach the shelves next month. It was shown to the press yesterday at Ms. Stewart's summer home in East Hampton, L.I., where she had made up the beds in her 11 bedrooms as well as out in the guest cottage.

The sheets and towels are broken down by fabric quality into two segments. The ''blue label'' sheets are 50-50 cotton and polyester, with a thread count of 180. They come in 10 prints, including an elegant ribboned pattern, and 11 solid colors with evocative J. Crew-like names, among them bone and pale sage. Ginghams, plaids and checks, Ms. Stewart said, were inspired by things she found in her apparently boundless attic.

Sheet sets (pillowcases included) begin at $12.99 for a twin in this line and go to $39.99 for king-size. Bed skirts and comforters are sold separately. For the bathroom there are matching towels and rugs; a lid cover is $5.99, a bath sheet $9.99.

The ''white label'' line is a step up, with a 200-thread-count sheet of 60 percent cotton, 40 percent polyester. Again, solids, prints and reversible sets abound in soft colors and subtle patterns. There are cotton thermal blankets in 100 percent cotton, as well as mattress pads and bed skirts.

The sheets are sold ''open stock'' -- piece by piece -- at prices from $5.99 for a twin to $21.99 for king-size. In the fall, a 100 percent cotton sateen sheet of 230 count will be introduced, along with 100 percent cotton flannel sheets.

There are also beach towels with patterns inspired, Ms. Stewart said, by a vacation she took in the Galapagos Islands. One features an iguana, another a blue-booted booby.

Ms. Stewart said she hoped to attract Kmart shoppers first to the less expensive lines, and eventually to have them ''shop up'' to the more expensive ones. The more expensive brands are also meant to draw in people who love Ms. Stewart but does not shop at Kmart. ''We're trying to get new customers with this,'' she said.

Indeed, these sheets are a huge step up for the Kmart shopper. While the 50-50 blend is a bit stiff, the white label has a nice feel, and the sateens are as good to the sleeper's touch as any from a department store.

Ms. Stewart straddles two oddly placed fences in her life as a home entertainment guru: there is the upscale Martha, of her many books, shop-at-home catalogue, bimonthly magazine and product lines like the oil-based house paints made by the Dutch company Schreuder, which are much more expensive than the acrylics she offers at Kmart. Then there is the mass-market Martha with the syndicated newspaper column, television shows and Kmart alliance.

But by so openly extolling the virtues of raising one's own chickens on a palatial estate furnished with antiques while selling polyester-blend sheets at Kmart, Ms. Stewart risks confusing her audience, especially those who look at her as the chic alternative to mass merchandising.

Sharon Patrick, the chief executive of Ms. Stewart's company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, wants to be sure that Martha Stewart the brand covers all markets.

Ms. Patrick, who tends to smack the shoulder of whomever she is talking to for emphasis, is the architect of this mass retail explosion: the paints offered in Kmart are part of a joint venture with Sherwin-Williams and may be offered in other stores, and more merchandise alliances for ''enabling products'' are on the way, she said. (To be ''enabled'' apparently means to be able to live the Martha Stewart way of life, but on a budget.)

Since Mr. Hall has joined Kmart he has worked hard to build the brand recognition on his shelves. He jettisoned many minor vendors and sought to improve the quality of lines like the clothing collection by Jaclyn Smith, the former Charlie's Angel, who remains, despite her longtime absence from television dramas, a household name across America. Ms. Stewart is a logical extension of that strategy.

''We have always felt she was a household name in terms of quality and decor,'' Mr. Hall said. ''She got some of the best ratings I have ever seen.'' In consumer market research, Ms. Stewart said, ''we found out that the Kmart shopper trusts me more than her lawyer or even her doctor.''

Ms. Stewart may be challenged to take her esthetic viewpoint to the middle market. The paint colors, for example, which she said were inspired by things like the smoky fur of her Himalayan cat and the whites of her chickens' eggs, are fairly sophisticated. A brochure features chicly spare houses that do not resemble working-class American homes. (They were found in Westchester County and on Long Island and then painted, Ms. Stewart said.)

And it is yet to be seen whether a working mother with two toddlers has time to follow Ms. Stewart's advice for making beds with sharp hospital corners, as demonstrated on the store videos.

In fact, the Kmart alliance was not altogether smooth. Mr. Hall confessed that Kmart had to reign in many of Ms. Stewart's grand visions and keep her firmly focused on the shopper who lives in the middle of, say, central Michigan. Many of Ms. Stewart's preferred sheet patterns were shelved in favor of common-denominator solids.

''Martha had preferences that would do very, very well in a specialty store or upscale store,'' he said. ''It was a big adjustment for both sides.''

Sleep Test: So-So

WHAT is it like to spend a night in Martha's sheets?

Well, they're coarse and scratchy. Even after washing with lots of fabric softener, the 60-40 cotton-polyester sheets in color-saturated florals remained stiffer than the 50-50 polyester-cotton sheets, which were white with a light colored border. That's because more dye means more stiffness.

Still, the Martha Stewart sheets were softer than the ''control'' sheet, a generic ensemble of light blue half-and-half bought at a bargain store.

For insomniacs, Ms. Stewart even includes projects on the packages, like how to make a sheet into a table skirt. MARIANNE ROHRLICH

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