Best Bed Sheets Reviewed

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We have reviewed hundreds of bed sheets and have selected the top five we concluded to be the best choices for you. 


As you search for the Best Bed Sheets, but do not know where to look, with so many options and so many manufactures, you are not alone. Sheets are an accessory that you will live with on a daily basis and spend hours resenting or enjoying. It is an important decision to say the least. Cheap is not your best choice when it comes to your sleep and comfort that is every night. Our Review helps you chose which bedding will fit your mattress the best and what bedding fits your body needs and your lifestyle. We can help take the guess work out. Because in this review, you will receive our top pick and guide you to some top choices. 

Mellanni Bed Sheet Set

Our Top Pick

Made of high quality microfiber that’s easily washable and dryable with 1800 Thread Count

These sheets are fade, wrinkle and stain resistant making them perfect for a kid’s room.

Don’t worry if you have a deeper mattress, these sheets fit up to 16 inches so you’ll be set!

Highest Quality Brushed Microfiber

Mellanni Lifetime Promise 


Best Budget Buy


Extra Deep Pocket Corners up to 16”

Hypoallergenic, stain resistant, fade-resistant, and wrinkle resistant. 

Made with 1800 Series Ultra-Soft Double Brushed microfiber fabric

Sheets are resistant to fading, staining, shrinking, and wrinkles! Plus, they’re hypoallergenic.

Customer Satisfaction guarantee. 

Hotel Sheets Direct

Hotel Sheets

Super soft and light. 

Made out of 100% Viscose Derived from Bamboo.

Pure bamboo sheets are hypoallergenic, thermoregulating (cool when its hot and warm when it is cold), and eco-friendly.


Hotel Luxury Soft 1800 Series

Microfiber: made from Double brushed microfiber fabric.

Hypoallergenic, wrinkle and fade resistant.

Deep pockets that fit up to 16” deep.

Lifetime warranty. 

Shilucheng Microfiber


16″ Deep Pocket Fit

1800 Thread Count Percale

Lifetime Guarantee with 100% full refund (no shipping fee, no gimmicks).

What is the difference in the materials sheets are made?

Let me help you understand some basics about the fabrics in which they are made. 


“Cotton is by far the most-loved fabric for sheets,” says Jim Symmes, vice president at Revman International, which manufactures sheets for prominent brands such as Tommy Bahama and Laura Ashley. “It’s soft, durable, and breathes well. But improvements in the manufacturing process and finishing techniques mean that other fabrics like polyester can be a viable alternative to cotton.” Fabric that is soft to the touch is most comfortable but not always the most durable. You should want comfort and durability and you can get it. 

What is the difference between Microfiber and Cotton

Microfiber is a fabric that contains extremely fine fibers of polyester that are affordable and soft. They have a resistance to pilling. Pilling is when material forms small balls of fluff on its surface.: “synthetics can pill but otherwise wear fairly well” “no matter how carefully you wash them, some sweaters end up pilled and bobbly”. Microfiber tends to hold in the heat of your body more than cotton. 

Cotton jersey is a knit product rather than a woven process. Cotton jersey sheets are basically a t-shirt type material. Due to being knit together rather than woven they breathe more freely. This means the heat can escape more readily. 

Different Types of Cotton

In the past the highest-quality, softest sheets was cotton with extra-long fibers (called long-staple fibers) that can be spun into fine, strong yarns. The certified long-staple cottons are Egyptian, Pima, and Supima®. But fabric that is finished properly and has a high thread count that is made of non-certified cotton can still be very comfortable. Whether it is Bamboo or Microfiber. 

What is thread count? Thread count is the amount of horizontal and vertical threads per square inch. Typically, the higher the thread count, the softer the sheet. The higher the thread count the longer the wear life and even become softer over time. A good quality sheet will have a thread from 200 to 800. You can even see thread counts 1,000 or more. Higher than 1000 doesn’t always mean better sheets. There are ways manufacturers can use tricks to show a greater thread count yet will not increase the quality of the product. 

A 200-count sheet that is manufactured properly will increase the soft feel and be softer than a sheet with a higher thread count. Bamboo and microfiber has been created and perfected to feel as soft as cotton yet more durable even though the thread count will only be in the 200-600 range.  out there that are finished very nicely and actually feel like they have a higher thread count.