Do you know what kind of bed sheets you’re sleeping on?

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There are so many different types of bed sheets!

Thread count

Thread count is the number of threads that pass through a square inch of your sheet. Generally, the lower the thread count, the rougher the sheets will be; but over time as the sheets are washed, they will get softer. If you’re looking for a more comfortable or dense bed sheet aim for the highest thread count within your budget.

Blue linen bedding


Linen is a popular fabric for bed sheets as it’s known to be anti-allergenic. This fabric is preferred for people with skin diseases, any allergies, or if you tend to overheat during the night. Linen fabric also allows a lot of air flow through it. Although linen can be a little rough at the start, after washing linen sheets, they become very soft with a nice added shine.

Linen Bed Sheet Picks


Silk is naturally hypoallergenic and is an excellent option for anyone who suffers from allergies, plus it will keep you cool if you tend to overheat at night. They do tend to be much more expensive and considered luxury bedding because of how they are produced and will require more delicate care when washing.

Silk Pillowcase Picks


Bamboo fabric can be known to feel silky, soft, very durable, and breathes like cotton. It’s the happy medium, giving people the best of both silk and cotton sheets without the high price tag. It’s made through chemically dissolving pulp, then turning it back into a solid to make a thread for the fabric.

Bamboo Bed Sheet Picks


Cotton material is the most common bed sheet fabric that comes it any colour. It’s extremely popular because it’s durable, easy to care for, and will get softer over time. Cotton does a great job of staying cool, even during the hot summer nights because it’s a very breathable fabric.

Cotton Bed Sheet Picks

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