Looking for a perfect Bedsheet!


Looking for a perfect Bedsheet

Bedsheets are an integral part of bedrooms. Although they form the core of a basic sleeping arrangement, bedsheets are increasingly used as an item of décor. They thus play a dual role where people can enhance their bedroom’s look while also enjoying comfortable sleep.

While buying bedsheets, certain things need to be kept in mind. First and foremost is the type of fabric. It is possible that you like a sheet with great embroidery but it is made of a fabric that can disturb your sleeping pattern. Cotton, polyester, microfibre, silk and associated fabrics can offer you good sleep and they are also visually appealing.


You can choose a style and pattern of bed sheets that can accentuate your bedroom décor. You can choose bright coloured sheets if the walls have a subtle colour scheme and there is minimal décor. Horizontal or vertical patterns will do equally good or you can choose an ethnic diagonal design such as those in African tribal cloaks. Ethnic designs are in vogue these days and add a unique touch to bedroom décor. Just make sure they are made of a good fabric and do not have any roughness to them.


You should never ignore the importance of comfort while buying bedsheets. Coarse fibre can literally upend any sleeping patterns you have grown accustomed to over the years. Some people are also allergic to certain fabrics and you need to make sure that you and your sleeping mate does not have such allergies. It is better to stay with the traditional fibres while looking for innovative designs.

You will be surprised to find that cotton, polyester and other bed sheet fabrics now come in stunning designs. Some have incorporated ethnic elements while others carry embroidery or embellishments. Sheets with multi-colour patterns can improve your bedroom décor while also allowing you to sleep comfortably.

Helen Roberto is a freelance writer and loves to participate in discussion of textile industry globally. In her spare time, she works as an admin to maintain this blog and few others. Her knowledge on the subject has benefited many associated to home textile manufacturing and marketing.