California Design Den 400 Thread Count Cotton Sheets
Last updated date: October 2, 2020
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This 400-thread-count cotton sheet set boasts a charming blue floral pattern. The fitted sheet has deep pockets to accommodate a mattress depth of 16 inches. These sheets are ethically made in a factory that supports over 300 working families.
In our analysis, the California Design Den California Design Den 400 TC Cotton Sheets placed 1st when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
A luxurious sleep begins between the sheets. Our gorgeous, 400-Thread-Count Queen Sheets are made simply and ethically. Each 100 percent pure cotton sheet set delivers a soft feel and durable construction for the ultimate bedroom experience. They’re perfect for refreshing your living space with a pop of color, or as an elegant essential for your new home. We create our long staple cotton sheets and pillowcases using pure cotton yarns. Every set of Queen bed sheets is made of pure natural cotton which is a natural fiber, unlike microfiber. Our cotton is combed to filter out impurities and ensure superb strength. This quality is easy to feel when you dive into cool sheets in your favorite hue. Despite our dedication to incredible craftsmanship and the best materials, our high-quality linens carry a similar range to that of discount sheets. When it comes to construction, each bed sheets set is stitched by a skilled artisan, then inspected by hand. This attention to detail makes them superior in look and feel to Egyptian cotton linens. They’re also easy to put on and take off, with fitted sheets featuring upgraded elastic quality.
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An Overview On Cotton Sheets
When choosing cotton sheets, the variety of styles, fabrics and sizes on the market can be overwhelming. It may be helpful to begin your shopping process by narrowing down options by size. After all, you can only use sheets that are made for the bed size you have.
Keep in mind that some fabrics may shrink over time, so something designed to fit a full-sized bed could end up being too small eventually. Read reviews of any sheet set you are considering to lower the chances of this sort of problem.
Next, look at your mattress and determine if you will need deep pocket sheets. If the depth of your mattress at the corners is more than 16 inches, you should be sure to find sheets that say they can accommodate such a size. Most sheet sets claim to fit mattresses up to 16 inches; these may be called “deep pocket” sets, but realize that there are larger sizes available, too.
When buying sheets, you should also be familiar with the concept of thread count. Essentially, thread count is the number of threads that are woven into a 1-inch square of fabric. You should know that a higher thread count is not necessarily better. Some sources recommend aiming for thread counts between 200 and 400, with the knowledge that anything higher may just cost more and not offer additional quality. Some higher-end sheets are worthwhile, however; it really depends on what you are looking for.
There are also many types of cotton, like jersey (t-shirt material), sateen and Egyptian cotton. If possible, order fabric swatches or go to a local store with sheets on display and touch each type before ordering a sheet set online.
The Cotton Sheet Buying Guide
- Measure your mattress before you order sheets. Make sure that you have its size correct, and that the sheets you plan to buy will fit.
- Check the depth of your mattress at the corners; if it’s over 16 inches, find deep pocket sheets.
- Consider ordering different sheets for summer than for winter, particularly if you live in an area with varied weather patterns. Some heavier cottons may be more comfortable in cooler months. Jersey cotton is a good choice for the summer.
- If you find a set of sheets that you absolutely love, consider ordering them in several colors.
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