To choose your fitted sheet, you must select its material carefully. A soft fitted sheet will make you want to slip into it, and will help you spend a comfortable night.
The percale fitted sheet Percale is a combination of materials, woven together finely. This weave has the advantages of being soft and affordable.
The satin fitted sheet: Satin is a bit of a luxury bedding material. It is also a weave and is easily identifiable as it is shiny on the front and matte on the back. Satin can be natural or synthetic, it gives a very light aspect to fitted sheets and is ideal in summer.
The fitted sheet in polycotton: The big advantage of polycotton is its price. This material allows cotton to be mixed with synthetic materials, which is less expensive than cotton itself.
The fitted sheet in linen or washed linen: The fitted sheet in cotton is suitable for all seasons. In winter it will keep you warm, as it is a natural material. And in summer it is a fabric that stays cool all the time, as its fibres let the air pass through. The linen fitted sheet is also very resistant. It is often said that this material becomes more beautiful with each wash.
The fitted sheet in bamboo viscose: The fitted sheet in bamboo viscose is rarer, but its softness is ideal for your bedding. Be careful not to think that it is a natural material: viscose is obtained from bamboo but remains a synthetic material.
The 120x190 fitted sheet is suitable for a single bed. It is the largest size of bed for a single person: it is called the XL single bed.
The 120x190 fitted sheet is one of the most popular children's fitted sheet sizes in France, receiving 2900 monthly requests on Google per month, compared to the standard 90x190 size with 2400 monthly requests, or slightly longer, the 90x200 size with 3600 monthly requests.
Other children's sizes such as 80x200 with 2400 monthly requests, fitted sheets 60x120 (2900 requests per month) or the fitted sheet 90x140 with 880 monthly requests, of which less are requested
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