Sateen VS Percale Sheets Buying Guide

Sateen VS Percale Sheets Buying Guide

We’ve done hundreds of hours of research and slept on dozens of different sheets. To figure out just what makes a great set stand out from the rest. Let's discuss about Sateen VS Percale fabric.This guide will help you walk away with a winner.

The first step is to figure out what texture of fabric you. How warm or cool you want to feel when sliding into bed. Most people, should have at least one or two sets of cotton percale or sateen sheets for year-round use, but you may want to invest in flannel or linen sets depending on how cold or warm your room gets seasonally. (or mix and match different types of sheets for extra comfort).

We recommend buying sheets made from long-staple cotton or linen. They’re breathable and long-lasting. Sheets made from microfiber or bamboo rayon have environmental costs with no real benefit over natural fibers.

In addition, to helping you pinpoint the type of sheets to buy.

We’ll help you figure out the right size and color of sheets for your bed.

How to decide thread counts, and when you might want to spring for organic bedding.

If you’re on the hunt for versatile, everyday cotton sheets and like the feeling of light and crisp fabric against your skin, look for the word “percale” on the package.

Renee Taylor Sheet Set 300 thread count Percale Weave.

 

Percale Sheet Construction:

This cool, breathable cotton weave works well for warmer temperatures or hot sleepers, but can easily be combined with a warmer layer for cooler weather. After rigorous testing, we’ve found that the best percale feels soft with a matte finish, similar to high-end hotel bedding, and should have a thread count between 200 and 300.

Usually Our Renee Taylor 300 Thread Count Range come in all Australian Standrad Size.

Park Avenue Sheet Sets 1000 thread count Sateen Weave.

 

Sateen Sheet Construction:

If you want your hand to slide luxuriously over dense, sleek fabric, then richer sateen is for you. It’s also made from cotton, but thanks to a satin weave it feels very smooth, silky, and slightly warmer than percale.

It’s still breathable, so it’s also good for year-round use. Good sateen will have a tight weave that resists snagging, and the fabric should have a subtle lustre.

Ususally the thread count should be between 300 and 1000 (the weave requires more threads per square inch). Depending on ones choice. Come and Shop our Park Avenue Sheet Sets and love the linen more thank ever!!