Bedface is a premium bedding company with a lot of personality (you’ll know this if you’ve seen any of their branding). Besides the marketing, they have a reputation of delivering quality sheets at a reasonable price.
Overall I liked the sheets, and think the marketing holds true – but read my full Bedface sheets review to see how they compare to other options on the market (see how Bedface compares to leading brands HERE).
I reviewed a queen size Super Sleep set, which includes a fitted sheet, a flat sheet, two pillow cases, and a duvet cover. One of the unique things about Bedface are their color options – they have 24 color sets to choose from, some of them get pretty crazy (bright yellow caught my eye). I ended up going with a fairly “boring” color set, gray/dark gray/white.
The first thing I noticed with these sheets was they have a lot of personality – from the color choices, to the tag line (The Best Damn Sheets On The Internet), to the small touches on the pillow case, they have a brand that I personally really like.
Other big thing on my mind with sheets (especially since I tried these out during an NYC muggy summer) is sleeping cool/breathability. I’ll get into the construction down below, but for now suffice to say that these sheets do a great job of letting air flow.
Other big component of sheets the general feel – and these have a very unique feel to them. Soft, but has a thicker/sturdier feel than a lot of others that I’ve tried. They also have more texture than a lot of sheets, which you can even see in a close-up shot of the fabric.
The key to the unique feel is the construction of course – which begins with Facetech cotton that I believe was developed by Bedface. The fabric is long-staple cotton, but has thicker yarns in a looser weave. This is how they get the textured feel (and durability) but still have a sheet that air can flow through.
The sheets have a feeling of quality (my subjective opinion), more than any other I’ve reviewed at this price point. The luxury feel comes out in the small touches, for example they have nice quality buttons on the duvet cover that are hidden well but easy to find and use.
The only concern I had was that they came out a bit wrinkly after the first wash. They still felt great, but looked a little off, particularly the pillow case. Upon second look – I think this was my fault, I washed them in hot water when instructions specified cold water.
Just beware upon ordering to follow the instructions so that your sheets look and feel as great as possible.
Other things to note
- Bedface can ship almost to anywhere in the world
- You can return the sheets within 100 days for a full refund (very unusual for sheets)
- Bedface does not disclose their thread count (personally I don’t judge based on thread count, but something to note)
- You can build your own color scheme – I’ve seen a few options that should definitely excite the sports fans out there!
This company definitely has personality – and fortunately backs it up with a quality product. I really like the sheets, they have a unique feel, but one that I definitely prefer. At this price point, I think you would be hard pressed to find a better option.
Joe Auer is the editor of Mattress Clarity. He mainly focuses on mattress reviews and oversees the content across the site.
He likes things simple and take a straightforward, objective approach to his reviews. Joe has personally tested nearly 250 mattresses and always recommends people do their research before buying a new bed. He has been testing mattresses for over 5 years now, so he knows a thing or two when it comes to mattress selection. He has been cited as an authority in the industry by a number of large publications.
Joe has an undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and an MBA from Columbia University.
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