How do you make the best sheets ever?
We're so glad you asked.
BETTER FOR YOU
Conventional cotton is grown with pesticides that contain harmful chemicals and toxins. By opting for organic, you’ll make sure not to spend eight hours a night in sheets that have traces of these chemicals.
BETTER FOR ALL
Organic cotton is free of pesticides that are conventionally used to grow cotton, which have a profound impact on the environment and people who work around them. Organic cotton requires less water to produce, prevents soil erosion, and doesn’t contain poisonous chemicals that can end up lakes, rivers and waterways. Organic cotton prevents workers that are exposed to pesticides and harmful chemicals in the manufacturing process from having their health compromised.
Thread count is the number of threads per square inch of fabric, that is woven to create the sheet that you sleep on. Contrary to popular belief, higher thread count doesn’t mean higher quality. The real difference in comfort and longevity comes from the density and quality of the yarn, and the length of the cotton staple used to make the yarn. Its easy to print a number on the packaging, but it takes time, special care and quality control to do it right, with the attention to detail that is at the core of every White Terry Home product.
Our sheets have been created using a custom designed 400 thread count fabric lab tested to ensure incredible comfort and long lasting durability. Our sheets feel weighted yet soft, and they get cozier with every wash.
Not all cottons are created equal. They are all different, based on the length of their fibre, also known as “staple”.
The longer the cotton fibre, or staple, the stronger the fabric. Strong, meaning the fabric won’t pill or wear out. Strong also means it’ll feel soft and smooth for much, much longer.