Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q)


Q- What is the size of the double bedsheet?

The standard size of a double bedsheet is 90" x 108" ( 230 x 275 cm ) and 90" x 100" ( 230 x 254 cm ) for  queen size beds, and 100" x 108" ( 254 x 275cm ) for  king size beds it is recommended to buy a double bedsheet of size 108" x 117" or 275 x 300cm.


Q- What is the standard size for Bedsheets?

The standard size of bedsheets - 

Single Bed

 60" x 90"

150 x 225cm

Queen Size

 90" x 108"

225 x 275cm

King size

100" x 108"

254 x 275cm

Super king size

108" x 108"

275 x 275cm


Q- What is the thread count in Double bedsheets?

 Generally, the higher the thread count, the softer the sheet, and the more likely it will wear well. Double bedsheets with a thread count of 250 are ideal for a comfortable sleep.  


Q- How do I measure my bedsheets?

If the bedsheets are too big, they will slide, tangle and end up on the floor. Measuring the bed or the mattress will let you know exactly what size to buy to ensure a proper fit and a good night's rest. With a measuring tape - 

  • Measure the height from the floor to top of the mattress. 
  • Stretch across the mattress to measure the width
  • Measure from top of the mattress to the headboard to determine the length.

Follow these simple steps to pick out bedsheets based on the size of the mattress.



Q- What is the difference between a queen, double bed, and a  full bed? 

 A queen-size bed is like a full bed only larger. The average measurement of a queen bed is 60" x 80", making it is six inches wider and six inches longer than a full bed. Whereas double beds are also known as full beds, are the most common bed. They're only 15" wider than a single bed, leaving only 27" of sleep space for each of two adults. A 75" long, a full-size bed may be too short for some taller adults.

Q- What is the difference between Fitted and Flat bedsheets?

Fitted sheets have elasticated corners that are designed to be tucked under the mattress edges to ensure a snug, secure fit. Whereas Flat sheets, also known as top sheets, are traditionally placed on top of the fitted sheet, but beneath duvets and blankets. These are there to make the bed appear more inviting, and to protect your duvet covers and blankets from getting dirty. 


Q- How do you fold Fitted bedsheets?

Drape the Fitted Sheet over your hands. With the top two corners inside out and the elastic edge facing you, hold the fitted sheet with one hand in each of the top corners. Fold the fitted bedsheet in half and tuck in the corners, fold the fitted bedsheet in half again and lay the folded sheet on the Bed