Choosing a Twin Fitted Sheet

Twin fitted sheet – come in a variety of fabrics and weaves. They can be made from natural fibers, like long-staple cotton; synthetic materials like silk or sateen; or alternative fibers, such as rayon or bamboo-viscose. Some are better for warm sleepers than others, but most are soft and breathable and can be machine-washed.

Linen Sheets

A popular material is linen, which has a high thread count and is known for its excellent temperature regulation. However, it’s not the most affordable option, so some people opt to go with cotton or other more cost-effective bedding materials.

Cotton-Lyocell Blends

Another option is sheets made from a blend of organic cotton and alternative fibers. Some of these blends include rayon, which is a regenerated cellulose from wood pulp; Tencel, which is a synthetic fiber that’s derived from plant fibers; and microfiber, which is a polyester-like material.

Lyocell and bamboo-viscose are also good options for warmer sleepers, since they are breathable, stretchy, and lightweight. They’re also less expensive than cotton.

Organic Cotton Sheets

If you’re looking for a set of luxuriously soft bedding that’s made from organically sourced materials, look no further than our line of luxury sheets. They’re made with long-staple organic cotton that’s been certified through the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), and they can be washed in a laundry machine.

Threshold Flat Sheets

Target’s in-house line of sateen sheets is a favorite among interior designers Tavia Forbes and Monet Masters of Atlanta-based studio Forbes + Masters, who say they’re “soft and durable.” New York Magazine deputy editor Alexis Swerdloff also uses them in her son’s room, recommending them for their “relaxed, textured feel” and their “no-pilling” properties.