Climbing to bed at the end of a long day should as feel good to your body as it does to your mind. You deserve to be comfortable, to relax and unwind. Our skin is rich in sensory receptors which can stimulate endorphins in our brains, affect blood pressure and heart rate. A bed that feels comfortable to your sense of touch will release those endorphins allowing you to have a perfect night sleep. 

At Dyanna Dreams, we want to help you transform your bedroom into a place where dreams are made by offering you a variety of the most comfortable fabrics for you to choose from to help you achieve this.  

Bamboo sheets are a hot commodity these days. They invoke images of inviting, luxurious bedrooms with soft, silky smooth sheets. While bamboo sheets are now readily available on the market, consumers often do not realize the benefits they provide.

Bamboo is a woody grass that is widely cultivated. It is one of the fastest growing woody grass varieties in the world. Because it can grow in differing climates from mountainous regions to tropics, make it a versatile and sustainable resource. Bamboo is a grass that can be cut, much the same as your lawn, benefiting the health of the plant, encouraging the growth of new shoots and eliminating the need for replanting. And do not worry; it is mostly cultivated on plantations so no pandas are going hungry!

Adding to its ecological friendliness, bamboo needs very little irrigation with evidence to show it is double the efficiency of water than trees. Bamboo also eliminates carbon dioxide and produces more oxygen than the equivalent number of trees. Bamboo grown for fabric does not require pesticides or fertilizers.

The leaves and soft pith inside the stalk are what is used in fabrics. The cane is often used for furniture and household items like salad bowls and serving trays. Bamboo fabrics, when no longer of use, are biodegradable.

Bamboo sheets are known for their soft, opulent feel. They drape your body keeping you comfortable as they help control your body temperature, are moisture-wicking (meaning they take the moisture from you dissipating it into the air), mite resistant and hypoallergenic. Bamboo sheets make an excellent choice for any season. Our bamboo sheets are combined with a touch of silk making the extra soft, soothing and luxurious.  

Tencel sheets can help give a zen-like appeal to your bedroom with their ultra soft feel that helps you to relax, giving you the most comfortable night’s sleep possible. Processed similar to bamboo, Tencel is made from eucalyptus that is blended with a synthetic to form the fabric. It is sometimes called Lyocell. 

Eucalyptus is a fast growing, flowering tree or shrub found mainly in Australia and Southeast Asia. Originally, its oils were extracted for their many benefits. Now it is being used in the fabric industry. Like bamboo, it is cut rather than uprooted so it grows back quickly without the need for replanting making it sustainable. The process to make it into a fabric is usually benign and eco – friendly. 

Products made from lyocell are biodegradable, recyclable because it is made from a cellulose fiber.

This breathable fabric is 50% more moisture absorbent than cotton. Lightweight and durable, it is resistant to wrinkles, hypoallergenic and antimicrobial. These sheets are excellent for anyone especially those who want a cool night sleep, have, hot flashes, night sweats or are just hot blooded.

It is important to note since both bamboo and eucalyptus are woody plants, they must be blended with a synthetic fiber to form a fabric. In the case of sheets, it is rayon. 

The thread count of a sheet is determined by the number of lengthwise and widthwise threads in the sheet. A sheet with 100 lengthwise threads and 100 widthwise threads has a count of 200. Generally, a count of 300 or better makes a good quality, soft sheet. Thread counts of 1000 or higher do not actually exist. They are usually multiple threads and do not necessarily yield a softer, durable sheet. But, what about micro fiber?

Microfiber is composed of fine threads defined by their thickness or denier, which is the measurement of a fibers thickness. For a fiber to be considered as a microfiber, it must be less than one denier in diameter. To give some perspective, a silk thread is 1.25 deniers. Microfibers, which are man-made, can be manufactured from wood pulp, polyester or nylon. They are remarkable smooth, strong and durable.

Because the fibers are so fine and densely woven, they are measured in GSM or grams per square meter. The higher the GSM often means a better the quality sheet but weave is important as well. More open basket weave sheets are less moisture repellent and less durable as the fibers have been split than flat woven sheets. The GSM can also be shown as it would compare to a thread count rating. A GSM of 100 would have the feeling or softness of a 1500 thread count. 

Because the threads are thin, the fabric, while remaining durable, is lightweight making it cooler.  They also require less drying time, lower heat setting on your dryer and remain soft without the use of fabric softeners.

Dyanna Dreams sheets are made from high-quality fabric that will not pill as they are manufactured to a satin like finish. The colors will not fade, the fabric will not stretch, shrink and fit a deep pocket mattress. These sheets provide long lasting and amazing value.

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