White TENCEL Bed Sheets Deluxe Set with Tencel Fitted Sheet, Tencel Pillow Case, Tencel Bolster Case, Tencel Duvet Cover. Buy White Bed Sheets at Weavve Home, Best Bed Sheets Singapore and Luxury Hotel Sheets. 400 High Thread Count Bed Sheet.
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Signature TENCEL™ Deluxe Set
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White TENCEL Bed Sheets Classic Set with Tencel Fitted Sheet, Tencel Pillow Case, Tencel Duvet Cover. Buy White Bed Sheets at Weavve Home, Best Bed Sheets Singapore and Luxury Hotel Sheets. 400 High Thread Count Bed Sheet.
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Signature TENCEL™ Classic Set
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Signature TENCEL™ Fitted Sheet Set
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Jade Blossoms Signature TENCEL™ Classic Set
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Jade Blossoms Signature TENCEL™ Duvet Cover Set
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Everyday TENCEL™ Classic Set
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Cotton Deluxe Set
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Cotton Classic Set
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Sheets You Would Need For The Perfect Night Of Sleep

With the increase of online shopping, you no longer have to wonder where to buy sheets in Singapore as a wide array of products are just a click away. However, when you buy bed linen online, it is crucial to understand the different factors you should consider before making your bed linen purchase. Before you shop according to reference sources such as a “top 10 luxury bed linen brands” post, it is important to first learn what to look out for while choosing your beddings such as materials and thread count to name a few factors. Read our how to choose bed linen blog post for the list of factors to consider.

Here at Weavve, we thoughtfully crafted our products to cater to different sleep styles with the consideration of Singapore’s tropical climate so you can sleep through the night in ultimate comfort. We firmly believe that everyone should be able to have the experience of sleeping on luxury bed linen without having to burn a hole in your pockets.

Bedlinen Materials

The material of your beddings can make or break your sleep comfort. Common types of bed linen you might find are; cotton bed linen, bamboo bed linen, silk bed linen and TENCEL™ bed linen to name a few.

The difference in bed linen material can determine how soft and breathable your beddings are as well as their durability and eco-friendliness. Check out our bed linen material comparison to find out which type of bedding materials you should choose. 

With the mention of the popular silk bedlinen, it is often perceived as the best luxury bedding material in the market however this may not be the case and the ideal beddings for you will still come down to your personal preferences. To find out more about silk bed linen and its alternative, click here.

TENCEL™ Lyocell Bedlinen

There are various types of TENCEL™ fibers namely TENCEL™ Modal and TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers. Between the two variants, Lyocell fibers are the newest generation of TENCEL™ fibers made by Lenzing and they do have more benefits than the older modal fibers. To find out more, read our Modal vs Lyocell blog.

TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers are semi synthetic and produced sustainably through the extraction of wood pulp from eucalyptus trees. TENCEL™ bed linen are naturally hypoallergenic, making them the ideal bed linen for sensitive skin. TENCEL™ Lyocell bedlinen are also highly breathable and temperature regulating in comparison to other bed linen materials such as silk beddings and bamboo beddings. Read more on bamboo vs TENCEL™ here. Furthermore, TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers are extremely durable and tear resistant so you don’t have to worry about them wearing out easily through use.

For a deeper dive into the specifics of TENCEL™ fibers, read our in depth guide here. Additionally, if you are a hot sleeper and are specifically looking for cooling beddings, here is a list of suitable cooling materials and the comparisons between their properties.

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Weavve’s TENCEL™ Lyocell bedlinen

Weavve’s TENCEL™ Lyocell bedlinen are made of 100% pure TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers to ensure a silky smooth feel for your best sleep comfort. Featuring an honest 400 thread count in a sateen weave utilizing the finest single ply threads, our TENCEL™ bed linen are lightweight and breathable to keep you sleeping cool. Additionally, they also make for cooling bed linen due to the fabric’s natural temperature regulating and moisture wicking properties so you can stay free of night sweats.

Our TENCEL™ bed linen are also hypoallergenic and Oeko-Tex certified free of harmful chemicals, making them the best bed linen for sensitive skin. To find out more bedding materials suitable for sensitive skin, click here.

Read more on how we craft our TENCEL™ bed linen and what others are saying about us. 

Weavve TENCEL™ Cot bed linen

Made with the same technology and fibers as our TENCEL™ Lyocell bedding collection, our TENCEL™ Cot beddings are temperature regulating, hypoallergenic, silky smooth and extremely gentle on the skin. These factors will ensure that your bundle of joy can sleep safe and soundly in the utmost comfort through the night.

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Weavve TENCEL™ Lycocell Deluxe set

This bed linen set contains

- 1 TENCEL™ fitted sheet

- 1 TENCEL™ duvet cover

- 4 TENCEL™ pillow cases

- 2 TENCEL™ bolster cases

Weavve TENCEL™ Lyocell Classic set

This bed linen set contains

- 1 TENCEL™ fitted sheet

- 1 TENCEL™ duvet cover

- 2 TENCEL™ pillow cases

Weavve TENCEL™ Lyocell Fitted Sheet set

This bed linen set contains

- 1 fitted sheet

- 2 pillow cases

Weavve TENCEL™ Lyocell duvet cover set

This bed linen set contains

- 1 duvet cover

- 2 pillow cases

Weavve TENCEL™ Lyocell bedding separates

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Colours available

· Cream bed linen

Our Sand Taupe TENCEL™ beddings consists of light neutral cream colour bed linen that will go well in any colour setting.

· Dark blue bed linen

Our Midnight blue TENCEL™ beddings consists of dark navy blue bed linen that resembles the sky at night.

· White bed linen

Our Cloud TENCEL™ white beddings consists of classic white bed linen that will surely brighten your room with ease. You can also use this versatile colour to achieve a luxury hotel bedroom aesthetic Read more on how to give your bedroom that luxury hotel feel.

· Grey bed linen

Our Mist grey TENCEL™ beddings consists of light grey bed linen that can add depth to your room in a minimalistic manner.

· Pink bed linen

Our TENCEL™ Blush Pink beddings consists of a muted pink bed linen, an essential in the bedroom for those who love the colour pink.

· Green bed linen

Our TENCEL™ Fern Green beddings consists of muted light green bed linen that emulates the feel of a cool, serene forest.

· Light blue bed linen

Our TENCEL™ Sky Blue beddings consists of light blue bed linen that matches the shade of a clear blue sky.

· Purple bed linen

Our TENCEL™ Lilac Mauve beddings consists of muted purple bed linen that can serve as a solid accent colour to your bed room.

Cotton Bedlinen

Cotton beddings come in a wide variety ranging from affordable options such as raw cotton bed linen and pima cotton bed linen, to luxury bed linen such as egyptian cotton bed linen. It is not without good reason that this bedding material is so widely used and available. In general, cotton bed linen are breathable, high quality and mostly affordable. They are excellent at keeping you cozy on colder nights without becoming stuffy on warm nights. Furthermore, they also are low maintenance and easy to care whereby they are durable to withstand the differing temperatures in washing and drying. The softness of cotton bedlinen however, will not be as soft as TENCEL™ bedlinen from first use and will instead get softer with every wash. Read more on the key comparison between cotton and TENCEL™ bed linen here

Weavve’s Cotton Bed linen

Weavve’s ultra soft cotton beddings make use of 100% extra long staple cotton threads to ensure a gentle feel on the skin. We use the finest single ply threads with a 100 yarn count and warp them into 600 thread count bedlinen with a sateen weave method, this gives our cotton beddings that sumptuous sheen and it’s drapey qualities. Our cotton beddings are also Oeko-Tex certified and free of harmful chemicals to make sure you sleep fresh and safe.

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Weavve Cotton Deluxe set

This bed linen set contains

- 1 Cotton fitted sheet

- 1 Cotton duvet cover

- 4 Cotton pillow cases

- 2 Cotton bolster cases

Weavve Cotton Classic set

This bed linen set contains

- 1 Cotton fitted sheet

- 1 Cotton duvet cover

- 2 Cotton pillow cases

Weavve Cotton Fitted Sheet set

This bed linen set contains

- 1 fitted sheet

- 2 pillow cases

Weavve Cotton duvet cover set

This bed linen set contains

- 1 duvet cover

- 2 pillow cases

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Colours available

· White bed linen

Our Cotton Cloud beddings consists of white bed linen resembling the luxury hotel bedlinen you’d find while on vacation. 

· Dark blue bed linen

Our Cotton Midnight Blue beddings consists of navy blue bed linen. The deep blue colour can have a soothing effect and aid us in getting into the right headspace to fall asleep. This is part of engaging our sense of sight when trying to fall asleep, click here to read more.

· Grey bed linen

Our Cotton Persian Grey beddings consists of cool grey bed linen that can give your bedroom and clean, sleek look.

· Cream bed linen

Our Cotton Sandshell beddings consists of cream bed linen that will add a touch of earthy tones to your room while maintaining a minimalist aesthetic.

· Pink bed linen

Our Cotton Tea Rose beddings consists of dusty pink bed linen. Add this lovely muted shade of pink to your room to add a pop of colour. 

· Light blue bed linen

Our Cotton Glacier Blue bed linen consists of light blue bed linen that will invoke a sense of calm and serenity to your bedroom. 

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Other Factors to Look Out For

Other than material, other important factors to look out for when selecting bedsheets are:

  • Thread count
  • Staple length
  • Yarn count
  • Weave type
  • Safety certifications

Thread count

Thread count is another determining factor on how soft and durable your bed linen will be. It is defined as the total number of threads woven into one square inch of fabric. It is also a common misconception that High bed sheet thread count instantly means that the beddings are of top quality and the ones you should choose but this is not the case.One more significant factor of why high thread count bedlinen may not be suitable for you is that they tend to trap more heat which may not be ideal for hot sleepers especially in Singapore. Click here to read how we debunked the myth of high thread count beddings. 


Staple length

Staple length is defined as the length of the fibers in fabrics. This affects the softness of the bedlinen it is made into. 

Yarn count

Yarn count is the numerical value that indicates how thick or thin a yarn is. They often play an important role in determining the breathability of your beddings.

Weave type

Weave method forms the structure of a fabric and can essentially determine its strength and durability as well as it’s temperature regulating properties.

Sateen weave

The sateen weave method makes use of a one yarn under, and three or four yarns over construction pattern. This allows sateen weave bed linen to achieve that signature sheen and drape quality. Bedlinen utilizing this weave method also tend to be more wrinkle resistant than bed linen of other weave patterns.

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Oeko-Tex certification

All Weavve beddings are Oeko-Tex certified. This means that our beddings are free of toxins and harmful chemicals which makes the bedlinen ideal for sensitive skin. Aside from this, an Oeko-Tex certification also ensures that the production process of the beddings while in the factory are also closely monitored to reassure you that you are receiving the best quality bed linen.

To find out more on the specific of the certification process, click here

Other Helpful Resources

Bedlinen sizes

Our beddings excluding weighted blankets, duvets and cotton throw blankets are eligible for our  100 day free trial. This means you can try out our beddings for 100 days risk free with free returns, no questions asked. 

After care guide

Caring and maintaining your beddings can help maintain its health and prolong its lifespan. Read out bedlinen care guide here to find out more on how to care for your bed linen.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best bedding material to buy?

Some of the best bedding materials to buy include TENCEL™, Bamboo, Silk and Linen. Other than personal preferences such as look and feel, there is a sustainability wave where consumers are increasingly environmentally conscious of their expenditure. Hence, these materials have risen in popularity over recent years. Read our ultimate bed sheet buying guide.

Are luxury sheets worth it?

Investing in luxury bed sheets like TENCEL™ sheets are worth it, as they provide users with many benefits such as enhanced breathability, anti-bacterial properties and odourlessness, as well as being sustainable.

Are Egyptian cotton sheets good?

Egyptian cotton sheets are good as their fibres are longer in staple length in comparison to other types of cotton fibres. This results in them being more durable and resistant to stress. They also have good colour retention properties due to their propensity to absorb liquids, are extremely soft and comfortable. However, this may not be the case for all Egyptian cotton sheets. Read on as we debunk the myths surrounding Egyptian cotton bed sheets and high thread count.

What is a good thread count?

A good thread count would range from 180 to 400, without exceeding 600 thread counts. This allows your bedding to be optimally comfortable and long-lasting while also allowing for consistent ventilation while you are sleeping. Learn more about thread count here.

Does thread count really matter? Does thread count matter in sheets?

Yes, thread count is an important factor that can affect your sleep. However, bedsheet thread count should not be the sole key indicator when looking for quality sheets. This is because manufacturers may tend to employ creative maths to manipulate their numbers as a promotional strategy.

How often should you change your bed sheets?

Due to Singapore’s hot and humid weather, you should change your bed sheets once every 1-2 weeks. Unfortunately, the quality of your bed sheets will diminish with age and frequent washing. Hence, you should always pay close attention to the care guide of your sheets for optimal washing frequency. Read our guide to learn more about the lifespan of your sheets and how often to wash them.

How many sets of sheets should you have per bed?

A rule of thumb to have is three sets of sheets per bed. This is so that when one is getting ready to be used, one can be in use and there will be another in case of an emergency. Learn more about how often you should replace your bed sheets.

What normally comes in a sheet set?

A typical sheet set will include 1 fitted sheet, 1 flat sheet and at least 1 pillowcase. Here at Weavve, our Fitted Sheet Set includes 1 fitted sheet and 2 pillowcases. We also provide individual add ons, if needed.

Is bedlinen and bed sheet the same?

No, bed linen and bed sheets are not the same. Bedlinen refers to the cloth items that are part of the bed such as bedsheets, blankets, pillows, pillowcases, and other bed accoutrements that people can use to cover and protect their mattresses. Whereas, bed sheets refer to a sheet that can be made of different materials, that is laid above the mattress of a bed for hygiene, warmth, protection of the mattress, and as a decorative effect.

What are good sheets to buy?

Materials like cotton and linen are commonly used for sheets however we recommend TENCEL™ bed sheets. Buying TENCEL™ sheets comes with a lot of benefits such as it being highly breathable, anti-baterial and odourless, and not to mention it is sustainable. TENCEL™ is also great for hot sleepers as it prevents night sweats through thermoregulation. Click here to read our Ultimate TENCEL™ Guide.