The Hot One
You got: The Sahara Desert ain’t got nothing on you.

TSSSS!!! Do you hear that? It’s the sound of the steam coming off you. If you’re sleeping in polyester-based fabric, you’ve been doing it all wrong. To avoid waking up with a wet back, sleep in breathable bedding such as cotton and linen. Here’s a list of fabrics to consider.

Poplin is a smooth fabric that’s finer and lighter than an oxford and pinpoint oxford fabric. It’s easy to wash, dry and iron, and it doesn’t wrinkle. Poplin is a popular fabric for formal and finer shirts worn to work and special occasions. This bedding’s crisp and cool properties make it ideal for the sweaty sleeper.

Percale is a closely woven plain-weave fabric. The fabric has a high thread-count and is tighter than the standard type of weave used for bed sheets. It has medium weight, is firm and smooth with no gloss, and warps and washes very well. Our Lexington Hotel Percale is made to give you the silkiest most luxurious and coolest feeling.

Linen is a fabric made from the fibers of the flax plant. It’s crispy, cool and comfortable while being durable and sustainable choice. Beddings or clothes made from this fabric can absorb up to 20% of its weight in moisture before feeling damp. We usually blend both cotton and linen to get a softer and smoother surface for your comfort.

With these beddings you’ll reach the perfect temperature for a good shut-eye.