Specially made waterbed sheets are designed solely for today’s waterbeds. These sheets have deeper pocketed corners and the top sheet is attached to the bottom only in the bottom center. The reason for this is to keep your top sheet from shifting or coming un-tucked while you sleep. It also makes it easy for you to move around while you are under the blankets and it makes it really easy for you to make the bed! The typical waterbed sheet set can be found in all the same materials as normal sheets.
Cotton sheets for your waterbed are quite common as they are usually quite reasonable and comfortable. Egyptian cotton sheets are a favorite due to their luxurious softness and quality. The more you wash them, the softer they get. The problem is you may never want to get out of bed. Don’t buy a cheap cotton sheet set for your waterbed because it may pill and become rough to sleep on as well as only lasting you a year or so. The poorer quality sheets tend to come apart in the wash, and if you are washing your sheets once or twice a week, you can see that they won’t last too long.
Covering your waterbed mattress in satin sheets is also a sinfully luxurious excuse to spend more time in the sack. These smooth satin sheets are pleasing to the eye and the skin and may call you to bed early every night. The warmth of your waterbed combined with the smooth satin softness of your sheets is a definite luxury for your skin, and will provide a wonderfully pleasing backdrop for a romantic evening.
On a cold winter’s day, there is nothing more comforting than crawling into a heated waterbed fitted with fluffy, soft, flannel sheets. These flannel sheets, designed specifically to fit your waterbed, are the perfect compliment to your warm waterbed. The warm, fluffy softness of the flannel sheets combined with the warmth of the waterbed will be so incredibly comfortable that you may not be able to get out of bed. If you are naturally hot blooded though, flannel sheets and a warm waterbed may not be a good mix. You will likely get too hot.
When making your bed, be sure to place a mattress topper on your waterbed before you put on your sheets. This simple procedure will make your nights sleep much more comfortable as the waterbed mattress topper will allow your skin to breath. Place your favorite sheet over top and perhaps a lightweight down duvet and you’re ready to hit the hay!
Buy the right style of waterbed sheets whether, satin or cotton to keep you cool during those hot summer nights or maybe flannel to ensure a warm and cozy sleep during those winter months.