Single bedding sets aren’t just for kids: we’ve found some design-led duvet cover and pillowcase sets in single size that are refreshingly grown-up – think geometric prints, preppy stripes and stylishly understated monochrome with unisex appeal (if you haven’t already retired that unicorn duvet cover, now’s the time). The quality of bed sheets is often conveyed by the thread count —the number of threads per square inch of material.
When you take into account the need for solid, restful sleep in comfort, you probably shop for the best mattress and cover it with bedding that is smooth, soft, and breathable. (More sleeping for work—score!) Personally, I usually spring for comforters based on looks alone, so I was curious to see if high-quality bedding was really that much better than what I usually buy at the discount store. We tested some of the top-rated comforters available today, evaluating them in terms of performance and quality, and one of the best products you can buy right now is the Linenspa All-Season Down Alternative Quilted Comforter ( available at Amazon ). It’s reversible and the microfiber fabric is super soft to the touch. Suit for kids bedding set.
And don’t worry if you’re not a fan of the glossy finish – as with most bedding, silk-filled pillows and duvets also come with cotton material covers. That being said, the world of bedding is pretty vast and replete with so much terminology and jargon that it can be slightly confusing to the untrained among us. If you’ve ever found yourself perplexed by understand what exactly thread count means or what are the best types of materials for bed sheets, read on – our resident expert Sue Smart is on hand to banish the question marks. The Brooklyn Bedding Bushed Microfiber sheets are made from 100% polyester, constructed with a tight weave that lends to their soft feel.
The Brushed Microfiber Sheets from Brooklyn Bedding offer comfort and durability at an affordable price, so you can have luxuriously soft sheets on a budget. The Pure Beech Modal Sateen Sheets are 400 thread count, fit mattresses up to 16 inches thick, and are available in ten colors for twin through California king beds. We tried the gray striped 300-thread count cotton sheet set on our bed, and it felt amazingly soft right out of the package.