COLORS – the origins of PERLA

COLORS: The Origins of PERLA

This season we are introducing two new colors of PERLA, our softest cotton sateen sheet series. PERLA is now available in seven colors, five of which are named after colors found in nature. The name of each color tells us its origin.

The name PERLA itself comes from pearl. It is actually a new generation of an old program we had, simply called PEARL. As the names reveal, JEWEL & PERLA are our finest fabric sheets.

The colors are subtler and mixed with a bit of grey. They nicely coexist with browns, beiges and other neutrals that you might find in nature.

green sateen sheets

PERLA plant is one of our new colors. The deep green tone comes from spirulina. It is a cool, refreshing tone that captures the energizing powers of the famous algae.


beige sateen sheets

PERLA stone is our other new color. It is the calm mid-tone taupe of a river bed fossil.


dark grey sateen sheets

PERLA slate is our dark grey sheet, which takes its dusty tone from a sheet of slate.


pink sateen sheets

PERLA powder is a “dirty" grownup pinkish color, similar to the tones found in mineral makeup, made from zinc and iron oxide.


white sateen sheets

PERLA porcelain is a warm light grey tone that comes from the soft bone color of porcelain.

And though the color of PERLA celeste doesn’t come directly from nature, the blue-green of the sheet reminds me of the celestial bodies in our night sky.


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twin 68 x 86” 
full/queen 86 x 86” 
king 104 x 86”


twin 66 x 102” 
full/queen 90 x 102” 
king 108 x 102”

(w/ 14” pocket)

twin 39 x 75” 
full 54 x 75” 
queen 60 x 80” 
king 76 x 80” 
cal-king 72 x 84”

accommodates pillow sizes :

standard 20 x 26” 
euro square 26 x 26” 
king 20 x 36” 
standard body 20 x 60” 
king body 20 x 72”

bagstyle vs frenchback


twin 69 x 90” 
full/queen 90 x 90“ 
king 108 x 90” 
throws 51 x 70”
xl throws 70 x 90"


Thread count (TC) refers to the number of threads per square inch. The type and size of thread are just as important as the count.
At AREA we carefully consider how each sheet should not only look but also feel. LEARN MORE about thread count.