How did you sleep last night? If your answer isn’t all that convincing, perhaps the solution is a brand new set of sheets! We spend a third of our lives in our bed, so why not make it a sleep sanctuary!
If it’s time to invest in a set of sheets, browse our wide range of fibres and finishes and find your perfect fit.
Sheet Sizing Guide
What size sheets should you purchase for your bed?
Bamboo Cotton Sheets
A natural fibre, bamboo cotton is lightweight, soft and luxurious. Bamboo is a breathable fibre that helps draw moisture away from the body and has natural temperature-regulating properties, keeping you cool in summer and warm in winter.
Benefits of Bamboo Cotton sheets:
Cotton is also a natural fibre. The perfect fit for people with sensitive skin, allergies or irritations, this soft, durable sheet is a dream come true.
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Poly Cotton Sheets
Polyester cotton is a blend of the two fibres. Easy and affordable, this synthetic fabric is incredibly durable, the polyester working to increase the lifespan of the product.
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Flannelette is measured in weight (gsm – grams per square metre) rather than thread count. The yarns are thick as they are brushed and fluffed up, helping trap warm air, making them the perfect choice for winter.
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Linen is a natural fibre that softens with every wash to give a gorgeous, lived in look. Incredibly chic, it is the epitome of luxury style with subtle texture and an elegant drape.
Benefits of Linen Sheets:
Crisp or Sateen?
The way in which fabric is woven contributes to its feel. Cotton sateen sheets, for example, are softer than those with a classic flat weave. A sateen weave has more warp threads on the top surface, resulting in a silk-like touch. Which is better? It’s a matter a personal taste; some people prefer the crispness of a flat weave, others like the softness of the sateen finish.
Do Thread Counts, Count?
Thread count refers to the number of threads woven into 10sq centimeters of fabric. There is a common misconception that the higher the thread count, the better the quality of sheet. A quality sheet should be determined by the type of fibre, and the way it makes you feel – you’re the one that has to sleep on it!
The wall size or depth of the sheet is either 40cm or 50cm across all ranges. These size variations cater for modern mattresses which may have a deeper wall. Please check specific product information for details. For speciality sizes, please see individual product pages for dimensions and availability.