Sheets Guide

Sheet Separates

We know our customers. Sheet separates allow our customers to buy a flat sheet, fitted sheet or pillow case in a single color or mix and match to create a more signature look.

sheet separates

Whatever your preference, we've got you covered. If you just need a fitted sheet, or a flat sheet or pillowcase, go to a product page and

How are sheets made?

There are several factors that go into producing quality sheeting fabrics: fiber, weave, and thread count.

  1. Fiber

  2. What goes into the sheets you're buying? Most of our sheets are made of 100% cotton, though we also offer options with natural linen, a bamboo blend (70% bamboo rayon/30% cotton) and soft touch microfleece.

  3. Weave

  4. How are the threads woven together? Percale is made with a balanced weave, which means the same number of threads across as down. A sateen weave has more threads across than down, which catches the light in such a way as to give it a shine. Percale weaves yield a fabric that's crisp, smooth and durable. Sateen-woven fabrics produce a very soft, lustrous feel.

  5. Thread Count

  6. Thread count is a measure of the coarseness or fineness of fabric. It measures by the number of horizontal and vertical threads per square inch of fabric.

What is thread count?

Thread count or threads per inch (TPI) is a measure of the coarseness or fineness of fabric. It is measured by counting the number of threads contained in one square inch of fabric or one square centimeter, including both the length (warp) and width (weft) threads. The thread count is the number of threads counted along two sides (up and across) of the square inch, added together.

Thread count is often used as a measure of fabric quality, so that "standard" cotton thread counts are around 150 while good-quality sheets start at 180 and a count of 200 or higher is considered percale.

Our sheeting fabrics:

percale sheets

Percale Sheets

fiber: combed cotton
weave: balanced weave - same number horizontal threads as vertical
thread count: 200

Our percale sheets are made of 100% cotton, woven into fabrics ranging from 200 to 400 thread count.

Why we like them: Crisp percale sheets have a smooth, cool feel, making them perfect for sleep all year-round. They're also an excellent choice for people who tend to get warm when sleeping.

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flannel sheets

Flannel Sheets

fiber: cotton
weave: most often a plain weave or twill weave
thread count: not a normal measure for this fabric

Flannel sheets are soft and warm. They're made with a thicker cotton yarn, and the surface is gently brushed, raising tiny chunks of cotton on the fabric surface for a snuggly feel. These elevated pockets contain heat-trapping air, which is why the fabric feels so warm. We offer 5oz,6oz and velvet flannel. We recommend washing before use.

Why we like them: Flannel sheets are soft, warm and cozy as can be. They're perfect for in cold-weather months, or year-round for those who prefer a cozy feel or sleep in a cooler room.

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sateen sheets

Sateen Sheets

fiber: combed cotton
weave: sateen weave
thread count: 300 to 800

Sateen sheets are the closest to feeling like true silk. They're luxurious, smooth and tend to be made with higher thread-count fabrics. The result is an exceptionally soft feel and smooth lustrous finish.

Why we like them: Unbelievable silky smoothness - need we say more? They're luxuriously soft and the sateen shine offers a lustrous, elegant look.

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linen sheets

Linen Sheets

fiber: linen
weave: plain weave
thread count: not a normal measure for this fabric

Linen is a natural fiber derived from the flax plant. Since linen threads aren't as fine as cotton, they provide more space for air to pass through, making them wonderfully breathable (that's why linen is such a popular choice for summer clothes). Linen sheets absorb and wick away moisture. We pre-wash our linen sheets for softness, so they have that perfectly broken-in hand from day one. The more you wash them, the softer they'll get. Linen sheets can be pressed if you prefer, but we like the cool, casual look they have straight from the dryer. When caring for linen sheets, we recommend not using excessive heat in drying and removiing them promptly to minimize any wrinkling.

Why we like them: Linen sheets are lightweight, breathable and comfortable—a great choice for summer sleep.

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bamboo sheets

Bamboo Sheets

fiber: cotton/bamboo rayon blend
weave: sateen weave
thread count: 300

Our bamboo sheets are made from a blend of 70% rayon from bamboo/30% cotton. Tough, resilient bamboo is processed into a fine yarn that's exceptionally soft, smooth and durable, as well as naturally breathable and absorbent.

Why we like them: Exceptionally soft and durable, they're breathable and silky-soft to the touch.

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jersey knit sheets

Jersey Knit Sheets

fiber: 100% cotton
weave: knit, not woven
thread count: not a normal measure for this fabric

Unlike cotton percale sheets, which are woven, cotton jersey sheets are knit. Soft, stretchy and relaxed, they have the same comfy, broken-in feel as your favorite vintage t-shirt.

Why we like them: Jersey sheets are t-shirt soft and feel great against the skin. The natural stretchiness of the fabric makes it naturally wrinkle-free and easy to care for.

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microfleece sheets

Soft Touch Luxury Fleece Sheets

fiber: 100% microfleece
weave: knit
thread count: not a normal measure for this fabric

Picture your favorite microfleece jacket. It's super-soft, cozy and breathable, right? Well that's exactly what our soft touch sheets sheets feel like. Unbelievably soft against the skin, our microfleece sheets have a deep, plush knit pile that makes them luxuriously warm yet light as a cloud and practically weightless on the body. Great for colder weather.

Why we like them: Soft and light as a cloud, the plush pile is so sumptuous you may never want to get out of bed.

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organic sheets

Organic Cotton Sheets

fiber: 100% organic cotton
weave: percale weave
thread count: 180

Our certified organic cotton sheets are good for you, as well as the planet. All of our organic sheets are made with organic cotton, which has certified according to strict Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) to ensure the organic quality of the materials and the environmental and social responsibility of the textiles, from harvesting through manufacturing. Our organic sheets have a percale weave for an exceptionally soft and smooth hand.

Why we like them: In addition to being smooth and soft to the touch, these eco-friendly, certified organic cotton sheets are responsibly made so that they're better for you and the planet.

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Sheet Sizes

Size Mattress Dimension
Twin 39"W x 75"L
Twin XL * 39"W x 80"L
Full 54"W x 75"L
Queen 60"W x 80"L
King 78"W x 80"L
California King 72"W x 84"L

* Two Twin XL fitted sheets will accommodate some Split King mattresses (76” W x 80” L). Confirm your bed size before ordering.

Caring for your sheets

We strongly recommend drying all of our sheets at low to medium heat, and removing them promptly from the dryer. While they may dry more quickly when set to high, they're also likelier to wrinkle and they won't last as long.

Most of our sheets will look great without ironing: Remove promptly from the dryer and press them with your hand before folding.