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Our beds come in many different styles and sizes to suit your unique sleeping needs and your bedroom layout. If you need some help deciding what bed size is perfect for you, take a look at our bed size guide.
You have the mattress, you have the duvet cover, you have the fitted sheet, and now you need a single flat sheet to complete the look of your bed! At The Mattress Warehouse, we have a selection of top quality flat sheets for sale and you can easily order them online. Like all of the other bed accessories we have, our flat sheets have been made from the very best materials and are guaranteed to improve your sleep.
Our stunning flat sheets are made from cotton and poly cotton. Both types of sheets have a thread count of 250, making them incredibly soft and comfortable.
Unlike the fitted sheet, which comes with its easy to use elastic edges, a flat sheet, which is also known as a top sheet, requires a little more effort to fit. The flat sheet is placed between the mattress and the duvet (or comforter) and creates a very comfortable barrier that also serves to keep the duvet clean. This is not the only way that you can use a flat sheet, as the flat sheet can easily become a fitted sheet.
Most people will prefer to have both a flat sheet and a fitted sheet, and for a number of reasons. Firstly, having a combo of flat sheet, fitted sheet and duvet really gives the bed a finished look. If you want to have that wow factor, having all three is important. This is particularly important if you have a hotel or guest house, where presentation is key to a lasting good impression.
And then there is the summer comfort. With our hot summers, a duvet is not needed, but sometimes a flat sheet is all you need during the hot months of the year.
While some people want a flat sheet because it helps to protect the duvet cover, others feel that having a top sheet is quite unnecessary. While it might seem like a completely mundane conversation, it is one that can cause quite a bit of debate. So, is having a flat sheet the right way to make up your bed?
Looking at history, European bedding has traditionally just been the fitted sheet and duvet while the American style is to include the flat sheet. But in all honesty, there is no right way. There is only your way. Which means the debate about the flat sheet begins and ends with your preferences.
The simple way is to take note of these few factors that can influence your decision making: