It’s Time for Quality Bed Sheets. Here’s Why
Are you a night owl? Or a morning lark? If you aren’t much of an early riser and experience an onslaught of restless nights, your bedsheets might be to blame.
One of the most common grievances among those who wake up cranky and fatigued is feeling much too hot or far too cold during the night.
Experts have found that the thermal environment of your room is the biggest factor.* How can you make sure your bed is thermally regulated for the best sleep ever?
Simple! Find yourself some quality bed sheets. Here’s why:
You’ll Save Money
Quality bed sheets can be ridiculously overpriced, and that can be overwhelming. You want sheets that are durable so you don’t have to keep going out to buy more.
Don’t fret! Our Cosy bed sheets are not only naturally sourced but also super affordable.
We've got you covered with Luxury Sheets and our Everyday Bed Sheets. These sheets are made to last and at wholesale level pricing to match. The proof is in the pudding:
- Boll & Branch complete set of Queen sheets: $240
- Brooklinen complete set of Queen sheets: $169
- Cosy House complete set of Queen sheets: $59
It’s time to invest in quality bed sheets because you want exceptional quality at a fraction of the big retailer’s costs. Who wants to sacrifice quality for affordability? No one, that’s who.
Luckily, with Cosy House, you won’t have to sacrifice anything.
You’ll Sleep Better
During sleep, our body naturally decreases overall body temperature a few degrees to conserve energy and protect our vital organs. Bed sheets need to expel heat because of this, not trap it.* A big factor in this thermoregulation process is the fabric of our bedsheets. If they are of poor quality, buckle up for either wintery, frigid nights or some blistering, desert ones.
There’s an easy solution: dreamy sheets that are breathable, soft, and capable of wicking away moisture throughout the night. Sturdy yet lightweight sheets are the way to go. You’ll sleep soundly and blissfully all night without getting overheated or too cold.
So, in summary …
What Makes For Quality Bed Sheets?
- Mindful Craftmanship
- Softness and Comfort
What Should You Get?
- Bamboo Viscose sheets have unique properties like providing resistance to stains and wrinkles, all while keeping your sheets fresher for longer. They’re also hypoallergenic, which is perfect for those with sensitive skin and noses. They are cooler than cotton sheets and have the ability to thermoregulate your body temperature. They’re mindfully crafted, moisture-wicking, and gentle for a luxurious night’s rest.
- Microfiber sheets are lightweight and breathable. Not only are they incredibly soft, but they also possess hygienic and non-toxic properties. Made of polyester material, these high-quality sheets are hypoallergenic, leaving you feeling well-rested and ready to take on the day.
So, which one should you invest in? Either one! Wondering where to begin?
For starters, we suggest our Cosy bed sheet collections. You can choose between our premium double-brushed microfiber fabric or our blend of bamboo viscose Both of these options are extra plush and are some of the most breathable and lightweight sheets on the market!
Click here to explore your options. You’re sure to get lucky by not only finding gentle, comfortable sheets of high quality, but ones that are also aesthetically designed in various colors! You can’t go wrong.
We've gone ahead & enclosed a 10% off coupon below for you to use if you'd like to take the plunge and try out our sheets for yourself! To shop our collection & get 10% OFF Use the code 'BLOG10' at checkout.
If you found this blog post helpful, comment below and let us know what you think about our bed sheet collections. The Cosy community would love to hear from you!
Sleep Center of Middle Tennessee. (2022, March 1). Sleep too hot or too cold? understanding thermoregulation and sleep. Sleep Centers of Middle Tennessee. Retrieved from https://sleepcenterinfo.com/blog/thermoregulation-and-sleep/#:~:text=At%20night%2C%20during%20REM%20sleep,for%20ideal%20external%20temperatures%20increases.
Harding, E. C., Franks, N. P., & Wisden, W. (2020, June). Sleep and Thermoregulation. Current opinion in physiology. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7323637/.