Luxury Bed Sheets, Deep Fitted For A Great Sleep

All of our wonderful deep bed sheets are designed by us and made with love and care in Portugal. We have patterned, plain and striped bed sheets so there really is something for everyone. Not only do they look great, but they feel amazing too, which is why we only use 100% cotton or 100% linen fabric for our luxury bed sheets. We have bed sheets to suit all of our designs, and we have pillowcases and valances to match all of our sheets. Great bed sheets for a great sleep.

Perfect Your Bedroom Set Up With Our Bed Sheets

We know that the duvet cover and pillowcases often steal the show, but choosing the perfect bed sheets to complement them is also essential. Learn more about our range of bed sheets below.

How often you change your bed sheets depends on the time of year, whether you're a hot sleeper or not, whether you share your bed and how particular you are about your sheets being fresher than fresh. 

We normally recommend changing your sheets every 1-2 weeks, but if you'd like to work out exactly how often you should refresh your bed, why not use our handy Clean Sheets Calculator

For more information, read our blog on when you should change your bed sheets.

While it may seem quickest to roll it up, neatly folding your sheet only takes seconds and will help keep you organised and your bed looking wrinkle-free. 

Follow these four simple steps to fold your bed sheets like a professional. 

Step 1 – lay the fitted sheet out

Step 2 - put bottom corners into top corners

Step 3 – fold into a long rectangle

Step 4 –  fold the left third into the middle, and then the right third into the middle

Thread count is simply a way of measuring the number of vertical and horizontal threads per square inch of your bed linen. The higher the thread count, the more threads within the fabric. We explain thread count further in our guide

Regarding bed sheets, we would say that the highest you can afford to go and the closer to 1000 thread count you can get, is the best option. 

Your sheets will have more wear and tear than your duvet cover, and the stronger the fabric, the longer it will last. 

If you have any specific questions relating to thread counts, you can drop Molly a line at As a Textile Designer, she has a wealth of experience, and could talk about it for hours.

If you haven't yet mastered your hospital corners and like making the bed a quick and easy task, we recommend a fitted sheet. Elasticated all the way around with sewn-in corners, our fitted sheets are designed to hug your mattress securely and stay put all night.

However, you cannot beat a flat sheet for versatility: use it over your mattress, as a lightweight cover on a hot night, or even as a throw for a sofa or makeshift tablecloth.

Choosing the perfect fabric for your bed is a personal decision but one we feel we're qualified to help with. 

We always recommend natural fibres, such as cotton, linen and hemp, because these will be comfortable and breathable, ensuring a sound sleep.

Cotton is a popular and traditional choice because of its longevity and softness, whereas linen has remarkable temperature-regulating properties, which make it a fabulous choice.

The standard depth of a bed sheet is usually 30 cm to fit the most common depth of mattress, however, at Secret Linen Store, we like to give extra comfort with no fuss, so make all our sheets deep fitted to a drop of 36cm. 

This means they'll fit snugly around any mattress and you can sleep safe knowing your sheets will not move around. We also have extra deep fitted sheets at a drop of 40 cm in double, king, super king and emperor for the deepest mattresses. We've got you covered.

Unsure what size bed sheet you need? Read our bed linen size guide.

Here are our top seven tips on keeping your bedding fresh until you can wash them again.

  1. Take your sheets out of the wash ASAP
  2. Make sure they're dry
  3. Store your bed sheets correctly
  4. Air your sheets out
  5. Freshen them up
  6. Take bedtime showers
  7. Invest in good quality sheets

For more top tips take a look at our blog, how to keep your bed smelling fresh.