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Think about the most comfortable bed you’ve ever slept in—what made it so amazing? Chances are the sheets were a big factor. Maybe they were buttery soft or perhaps they were crisp and cool. No matter which you prefer, finding the right bed sheets is just as important as a quality mattress, pillow, and comforter. However, we know the search for the perfect sheets can be daunting, so let the experts help.
Our sheet guide will help you choose the perfect sheets so you can have the most comfortable bed ever…every night. With a variety of fabrics to choose from, learn about the most popular options, their qualities, and how to properly care for and increase the life span of your sheets.
Bed sheet fabrics differ in feel, warmth, and style so choosing the right fabric comes down to your individual preference. Do you kick off the sheets at night because you are always hot? Then our crisp and cool percale sheets may be best for you. Are you always cold, burrowing under blankets just to keep warm? Our ultra-soft flannel sheets will keep you cozy all night long. Like the idea of all-natural bedding to match your all-natural lifestyle? Try our 100% certified organic cotton bed sheets or TENCEL™ Lyocell bed sheets. Whatever your preference, there’s a specific sheet fabric to help you get your best night’s sleep.
Here is a summary of the most common sheet fabrics and their qualities to help you decide. Click on the boxes below to learn more about each fabric.
Lightweight, smooth, and crisp
Very smooth and silky soft with a lustrous sheen
Premium American cotton known for its softness and strength
Known for its extra-long fibers, softness, and durability
100% certified organically grown; healthy for you and the planet
Soft and comfortable like your favorite t-shirt
Woven and brushed for a warm, and cozy feel
Fresh feel with high moisture wicking properties
Sustainably sourced, breathable, hypoallergenic, and eco-conscious
A natural fiber which keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter
Before buying a sheet or sheet set, measure your mattress to ensure a perfect fit. When
measuring, keep in mind that sheet and mattress sizes vary by brand, so check the specific
dimensions of both before making a purchase. View the size chart to find your correct
bed sheet size.
Pillowcases and shams help complete the look of your bed, so choosing the right size is important.
Fiber—a thread that is formed from individual cotton fibers twisted together to form the yarn.
Weave—a fabric construction formed by interlacing two yarns at right angles
Thread Count—the number of horizontal and vertical threads woven together in one square inch of fabric
Thread count is simply the number of threads in a square inch. The higher the thread count, the tighter the weave. However, thread count alone is not an indicator of quality—the quality of the material is more important. The Company Store goes the extra mile using only premium fabrics to create exceptional products. It’s better to focus on your individual preference rather than a high thread count when choosing your sheets.
Hot sleepers can benefit from lower thread count sheets because they have fewer threads in a square inch making them lightweight, breathable, and cool to the touch. However, a colder sleeper would do best with a high thread count sheet because there are more threads in the square inch of the weave making them heavier and ultra-cozy.
At The Company Store our lower thread count sheets are just as luxurious and durable as our higher thread counts. It all depends on what you prefer.
Click on the buttons below to explore our sheets in a variety of thread count ranges, from 200 to 800-thread count.
200 - 250Thread Count300 - 350Thread Count
400 - 450Thread Count500+Thread Count
Not all sheets are created equal—though cotton sateen and cotton percale sheets are great year-around options. Some sheet fabrics are better suited for cold sleepers and temperatures while others will keep hot sleepers cool in warmer weather.
Cotton flannel, cotton jersey, and fleece are the optimal fabrics to use because they are designed to retain heat and keep you warm. During the winter months simply pair up your favorite cotton flannel sheet with a cozy down comforter for ultra-warmth.
Click on the buttons below to shop our top recommendations for the best winter sheets at The Company Store.
Click on the buttons below to shop our top recommendations for the best winter-sheets at The Company Store.
Legends® Luxury Dot Supima® Cotton Sateen CollectionCotton Jersey KnitCollection
Velvet CottonFlannel CollectionCotton FlannelCollection
Natural fabrics like lighter cottons, linen, and bamboo are great because because they allow air to circulate freely keeping you cool. TENCEL™ Lyocell is also a great option because of its natural moisture-wicking ability. These sheet fabrics are ideal for warmer weather and those that sleep hot.
Click on the buttons below to shop our top recommendations for the best summer bed sheets at The Company Store.
Washed LinenCollectionClassic Cotton Percale Collection
Wrinkle-Free Supima® CottonSateen CollectionTENCEL™ Lyocell SateenCollection
The Company Store’s fitted sheets feature an all-around elastic for ease of placement and less movement on the bed. We also offer deep pocket fitted sheets that are six inches longer than the standard length of sheets so they fully cover your mattress.
When it comes to sleep quality, it’s common to add a mattress pad or topper for optimum comfort and support. However, adding these bed basics will require deep pocket sheets for full mattress coverage. At The Company Store most of our sheets are 14 inches deep, which is a bit more generous than the industry standard of 7-12 inches. We also offer an array of extra deep flat and fitted sheets, ranging in depth from 16 to 20 inches.
Protect your investment by washing, drying, and storing your quality bed sheets correctly. The more you wash your sheets the softer they will feel, but washing your sheets every week isn’t necessary if you follow the “three set rotation” rule: one set on your bed, one in the laundry, and one in your linen closet. By rotating your sheet sets, they’ll be laundered less frequently and last longer.
Check out these tips to make sure your sheets stand the test of time.
• We recommend washing your sheets before use
• Machine wash cold on gentle cycle or follow the care instructions on the sheets
• Wash your sheets separate from garments, towels, and other bedding to lessen pilling
• Use ONLY non-chlorine bleach when needed
• Tumble dry sheets on low heat—avoid dryer sheets as they can cause pilling over time
• Remove sheets promptly from the dryer to avoid wrinkling
• Press sheets with your hand before folding to avoid creasing
• Iron sheets on low as needed
Some fabrics are more prone to wrinkling than others, but all sheets require proper handling to prevent unwanted wrinkles and creases. This applies to wrinkle-free sheets too. Our wrinkle-free bedding is “as good as it gets” and with proper care you’ll get the smooth bed you want with little or no ironing—simply remove them from the dryer promptly and fold. The best way to lessen wrinkles in your sheets is to follow the care instructions, and:
• Untangle your sheets before placing them in the washer and dryer
• Never overload your washer: Wash one sheet set at a time
• Use low temperatures during washing and drying to prevent wrinkles from setting in
• Always remove your sheets PROMPTLY at the end the drying cycle
• If storing away, press sheets with your hand before folding to avoid creasing
As a rule of thumb, the best practice is to wash your bed sheets weekly—especially if you perspire a lot, have pets that sleep with you, or have dust allergies. Washing your sheets every two weeks will do if you are short on time, but don’t exceed two weeks between washes for a healthy, comfortable sleep.
Cotton percale is easy to care for and resists pilling. One of the best qualities of cotton percale is that it gets softer after each wash, even after years of use. Always use a mild detergent and never use chlorine bleach as it may weaken the fibers and reduce the longevity of the weave. Cotton percale is prone to wrinkles due to the tight weaving process. To reduce wrinkling after each wash, remove the sheets promptly from the dryer and fold.
After washing, dry your cotton sateen sheets in the dryer on the air-dry or no heat setting. Cotton sateen sheets may lose their sheen after the first washing—simply iron them to restore the luster and smoothness of the fabric.
Because of the brushed surface, cotton flannel tends to pill or form round balls of fabric on the surface. The Company Store’s cotton flannel bedding is designed to resist pilling after repeated washes, so it maintains its quality overtime.
Dry your cotton flannel sheets on warm or medium heat and remove them promptly from the dryer while they are slightly damp—drying cotton flannel sheets for too long will cause excess shrinkage and reduce the quality of the material.
At The Company Store, we sell our sheets separately and in sheet sets. This way you can mix and match your fitted or flat bed sheets as you like. Explore our sheet collections.
At The Company Store, most of our solid sheets can be personalized with a monogram. Explore our selection of sheets available for monogramming and choose from a plethora of fonts, monogram styles, and thread colors to create a unique design.
Monograms are placed in the middle of the flat sheet, right below the wider hem that rests at the head of your bed. We do not monogram fitted sheets. We also monogram pillowcases, duvet covers, and shams. Consult our monogram guide for more information.