Fitted sheets, as the name says fits or snuggles properly on the bed, they have elasticated corners, so you don’t have to worry about tucking them. Sometimes fitted sheets are further covered by flat sheets, meaning they are placed on top of the mattress as a protective layer.
Unlike flat sheets where rules are a bit relaxed, with fitted ones you have to be careful with the size, getting a wrong one won’t fit on your bed. If you hate tucking edges of bed sheets, then fitted sheets will be your best friends; they’re much easier to use, all you need to do is get the corners.
Another benefit of using fitted sheets is that they do not crease as much, so you do not need to spend time ironing them either. Therefore, if you’re looking to save time, then these are perfect for you.
If you’re more concerned about the designs the sheets have and don’t mind if they take a bit longer to put on, then flat sheets are for you. With these sheets, you have to make sure that the edges are tucked in properly, and you’ll most likely have to iron them after washing, as they get creased much more easily.
There’s a lot of talk about thread count, and most people will tell you that a higher thread count will definitely equal to better quality sheets. However, it doesn’t work like that. Higher thread counts are better, mostly in winters as they are tightly-woven to retain the heat.
Good quality cotton doesn’t necessarily need to have a higher thread count, an average of 600 or below would suffice to keep your body cooler during hot or humid weather. Whereas, low-quality polycotton can have a high thread count and still feel rough.
Therefore, make sure that the thread count does not blind you, and lastly pay attention to the material as well. Only cotton-based sheets have thread counts, and 600-800 would be sufficient for winters as well as summers. For sheets other than cotton, we recommend you to check reviews before buying.
If you live in a region where summer months are way longer than the winter ones, then cotton would be the way to go for you. It’s the most breathable fabric, so it won’t make you feel hot and sweaty during the night. However, some cotton sheets take longer to dry after washing.
Also, it is one of the best materials for those with sensitive skin because cotton is naturally hypoallergenic, reducing the chance of allergies. Moreover, if you buy a pure cotton sheet, it will work in winters as well because of it’s high retaining capacity of heat from the body.
Fabrics that are made using both cotton and polyester are called polycotton, and since they’re not 100% cotton, they tend to be slightly cheaper. Polycotton sheets are warmer than cotton ones, as they are not as breathable and trap more heat; therefore, they’re more suitable for slightly cooler temperatures.
Using polycotton sheets in summer is not uncommon, although if you’re someone who gets feels hot while sleeping, then you might end up sweating a lot with such sheets. It’s also hard to judge how the quality of sheets would be, as higher thread count doesn’t always ensure better quality with polycotton. So, check the reviews before buying.
Microfiber is a fabric made of extremely fine fibres of polyester, meaning it’s a closely woven fibre. It is more refined than even silk fibres, which makes them soft and comfortable. Even after the wash, sheets from microfiber don’t crush, meaning they are crease-free.
Since natural fibres are usually not as thin, most microfibers are made artificially in labs; therefore, they’re not the best for those with sensitive skin, as they could be allergic to them. Additionally, since these fibres are woven together really closely, so they are not as breathable as cotton sheets, hence it is better to use them for winters.
If you’re going for a flat sheet, you can still buy a bigger size, however, for those who are looking for fitted ones, must check the size of their mattress because if you buy a bigger one then there’s no turning back.
Make sure you check the reviews to know whether the bed sheet you’re interested in doesn’t fade easily and the colours look vibrant for a long time.
|Size||90 inch x 100 inch|
|Size||72 inch x 76 inch|
|Type||Flat sheet and Fitted sheet|
|Size||100 inch x 87 inch|
|Size||95 inch x 90 inch|
|Size||90 inch x 100 inch|
|Color||Yellow and Blue|
|Size||90 inch x 105 inch|
|Size||96 inch x 86 inch|
|Size||88 inch x 96 inch|
|Color||White and pink|
|Size||78 inch x 36 inch|
Jasmine Zest Double Bed Sheet
Linens Elastic Fitted Bed Sheet
Lavender Paisley Microfiber Bed Sheet Set
144 TC Cotton Double
Elegant Floral Print Double Bed Sheet
Vivid Stripes 144 TC
Cotton Bed Sheet
180 TC Cotton Double
160 TC Double Bed Sheet
Linen Single Bed Sheet
Affordable and Comfortable Pure Cotton Flat Sheet
Bed Sheet with 400 Thread Count for Summers
Microfiber Sheets that Don’t Crease or Fade
100% Cotton Flat Sheet for People With Sensitive Skin
Durable Microfiber Sheet for Warmer Beds
Pure Cotton Sheet with Traditional Print in Vibrant Colours for Summer
Cotton Bed Sheet with Jaipuri Block Print
Pure Cotton Sheet with Unique Geometric Design
Soft and Comfortable With 160 Thread Count
A Customisable Striped Fitted Sheet
|Price Starts at||₹759.00||₹2,599.00||₹1,499.00||₹539.00||₹1,800.00||₹759.00||₹2,599.00||₹1,349.00||₹599.00||₹749.00|
|Type||Flat sheet||Fitted||Flat sheet and Fitted sheet||Flat||Flat||Flat||Flat||Flat||Flat||Fitted|
|Size||90 inch x 100 inch||72 inch x 76 inch||-||100 inch x 87 inch||95 inch x 90 inch||90 inch x 100 inch||90 inch x 105 inch||96 inch x 86 inch||88 inch x 96 inch||78 inch x 36 inch|
|Color||Blue||Beige||Jade Medallion||Red||Multi||Yellow and Blue||Blue||Purple||White and pink||Dark blue|
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We hope our article helped you learn about all the important aspects you need to keep an eye out for while buying bed sheets, and we also hope that our list of top 10 best bed sheets helped make the process of choosing one much easier for you.
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