bed sheets

Last Updated on April 16, 2024 by Ali Hamza

Considering that the average person spends one-third of their life in bed, it’s important to have bedding that is not only pleasant but also long-lasting. However, there is a plethora of alternatives to choose from. Consider thread count, fabric composition, pattern, and plain colors.

Thread Count

There is no longer a correlation between thread count and quality. Unless the fabric is truly exceptional and pricey, a high thread count is usually only a marketing gimmick, with many manufacturers artificially inflating their figures by using double-twisted yarns in lower-quality fabrics.


Your choice of bed sheets material should be driven entirely by your own aesthetic preferences. You spend a good portion of your day in there.

  • Cotton: 100% Egyptian is the highest grade (and most costly) because it has extra-long-staple fibers that provide luxurious, long-lasting sheets.
  • Pima or Supima cotton is noted for its softness and shine and is somewhat less expensive than Egyptian cotton due to its medium-to-extra-long staple fibers.
  • Linen: These sheets are some of the priciest available, yet they can endure for decades and are perfect for warm regions.
  • Poly-blend sheets are convenient and won’t wrinkle easily.


It is entirely up to you and how often you like to switch things up to decide how many sets of sheets you will need. Despite their summertime appearance, sheets may be used year-round. The addition of a coverlet, blanket, and throw will make your bed seem cozier during the fall and winter months.

The finest bedding should not only look and feel great but also facilitate restful sleep. The quality of your rest can be greatly enhanced by upgrading to luxurious bedding.

Comfortable as fresh bedclothes

The bed linen you select, together with your duvet, pillow, and mattress, will have a considerable effect on the comfort and quality of your sleep. Considering the fact that your sheets, duvet cover, and pillowcase will be in direct contact with your skin each night, it’s vital that you select high-quality bedding.

Textures vary from one cloth or weave to the next. Only the finest natural fibers and thread counts are used in the production of the finest bed linens.

You may choose to have a chilly and crisp sensation, a comfortable and warm feel, or a smooth and silky feel from your bedding. This will guide you in picking the perfect bed linen material and weave.

What is the Highest Quality Cotton?

The fabric or fiber selected will be the most noticeable change to your bedding. The texture and qualities of various textiles vary greatly from one another.

Cotton bed sheets and pillowcases are the industry standard, and for good reason. Natural cotton is soft and comfortable close to the skin; it also breathes well and decomposes easily. Cotton comes in a wide variety of species. Egyptian cotton and Supima cotton are considered the two highest-quality varieties.

We use Egyptian cotton because it is often regarded as the highest quality cotton for use in making bed linens. Bedspreads woven from Egyptian cotton are durable, comfortable, and breathable. The feel of Egyptian cotton really becomes better with time and washing.

Egyptian cotton is better than conventional cotton because it originates from a distinct plant. Egyptian cotton’s extra-long fibers allow for the creation of threads and skeins that are finer in diameter and more durable than those made from shorter-staple cotton. This allows the threads to be woven into a beautiful, long-lasting fabric that is unrivaled by any other kind of cotton.

Even while Egyptian cotton is commonly associated with luxury bedding, not all high-end sheets are woven in Egypt. The authenticity of Egyptian cotton may be verified by looking for the emblem on the garment’s care label or package.