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From paisley to polka dots, silk to satin, your selection of bed sheets is the perfect opportunity to let your personality shine through. Because sheets are less visible than the rest of your bedding, the entire theme, color palette and overall feel of the room isn’t dictated by the ones you choose. Try purchasing multiple sheet sets so that every time you do laundry you’ll have an opportunity to refresh your bed with a new set of sheets.

Just as important as color and pattern is texture and softness. Different materials offer different qualities to keep you snug and warm during cold winter nights or cool and dry when the temperature rises. Your material choices include:
• Jersey and flannel: In winter or in a house that’s cold year-round, flannel sheets are warm and super soft. Similarly, jersey knit is the closest thing to sleeping in your favorite T-shirt — comfy and casual. Both materials are available in a wide number of prints and styles.
• High thread counts: Thread count is the number one indicator of luxury appeal when it comes to bed sheets. Typically, the higher the thread count, the higher the quality — and the higher the price tag.
• Satin and silk: Silk and satin sheets are guaranteed to give you the feeling of a five-star resort every night. However, the feel of luxury comes at a price: both monetary and in the form of care. These materials require regular maintenance and won’t hold up as well as cotton.
• Bamboo: Bamboo sheets are exceptionally soft, so much so that you might not even be able to tell the difference between bamboo and cotton. This choice is also highly renewable and sustainable, making it a great choice if you’re trying to choose environmentally friendly options.