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Size Guide

Bed Size Fitted Sheet Flat Sheet Duvet Cover Quilt Blanket Duvet Insert
Twin 39 x 75 x 18 71 x 98 70 x 92 70 x 92 70 x 92 70 x 90
XL Twin 39 x 80 x 18 71 x 104 70 x 92 70 x 92 70 x 92 70 x 90
Full 54 x 75 x 18 86 x 98 90 x 94 90 x 94 90 x 94 90 x 94
Queen 60 x 80 x 18 94 x 104 90 x 94 90 x 94 90 x 94 90 x 94
King 78 x 80 x 18 112 x 104 108 x 94 108 x 94 108 x 94 108 x 94
Cal King 72 x 84 x 18 112 x 104 108 x 94 108 x 94 108 x 94 108 x 94
Bed Size Pillowcase Sham
Standard/Queen 20 x 28 20.5 x 28.5
King 20 x 36 20.5 x 36.5

Sateen or Percale sheets. What’s right for me?

May 26th, 2018 ● Education

Did you know that the fabric of your bed sheets can have a massive impact on how enjoyable your sleep is? If you’re anything like us, you aspire to maximize all of your resting hours. That’s why it’s critical to choose a sheet that aligns with your sleeping preferences. But there’s no shortage of bedding fabrics and weaves on the market, and it’s not like you have the time to sample all of them yourself. So then, the pivotal question remains: Which sheet fabric is the right choice for you?

At Bokser Home, we’re happy to provide all of the advice and resources you need to understand which bedding products will best suit your unique needs.

The Perks of Percale

There’s nothing worse than tossing and turning at night in an uncomfortably warm bed, especially when it’s still too cold to forgo blankets entirely. And while the cold side of your pillow offers a welcome reprieve, it’s just a cool, fleeting drop in the boiling bucket. If you find yourself waking up feeling sweaty and sweltering at night—whether it’s the steamy weather or your status as a naturally warm sleeper—it might be time to upgrade to a set of percale sheets.

 

Percale is a fine, closely woven fabric that’s known for its matte finish and cool, crisp feel. It’s created using a plain weave (a basic style where the weft alternates under and over the warp), making it exceptionally light and breathable. As a result, percale sheets are a natural choice for “hot sleepers” and summer months or naturally warm climates. Put simply, if you’re looking for bed sheets that combine durability with a comfortably cool sleeping experience, then percale products should be at the top of your list.

 

The Upsides of Sateen

It’s almost impossible to enjoy a night of rest when you’re constantly assailed by the cold. Heated blankets and seven layers of socks can mitigate this problem for a time… until they overwhelm you with heat and you toss them away, putting you right back to shivering at square one. In any case, if you regularly grapple with chilly temperatures at night, it’s time to look into sateen bed sheets.

Sateen is a luxurious fabric that’s incredibly smooth, warm and soft. Sateen is made with a satin weave, which makes it durable, glossy and relatively thick. As you might expect, “cold sleepers” and people living in chillier parts of the world adore sateen sheets thanks to the phenomenal warmth and softness they offer. We highly recommend checking out sateen products if you’re seeking sheets that merge warmth with an attractive sheen.

If you’re anything like us, you aspire to maximize all of your resting hours. That’s why it’s critical to choose a sheet that aligns with your sleeping preferences

The Best of Both Worlds

If you’re racking your brain right now over which fabric to pick up for your bed, we have good news—you don’t have to settle for just one type of sheet. Many sleep enthusiasts invest in percale and sateen sheets, swapping between them when the weather or their personal preferences change. This approach ensures that you’ll have access to a great sleeping experience every night of the year!

Discover Your Perfect Sheets With Bokser Home

If you’re interested in shopping for some of the most stylish and fairly priced sheets around, then be sure to check out Bokser Home. We offer a range of percale and sateen products to maximize the quality and comfort of your sleep. Also, be sure to reach out to us if you have other questions about bedding fabrics and how to find the best ones for you.