The cooler temperatures bring thoughts of bundling up in your favorite sweater or coat. They also bring the comfort of drinking hot coffee, tea or cocoa. Baking or just sitting around a warm fire. But sometimes, you dread getting into that cold bed at night. Have you ever considered snuggling into bed with your favorite flannel sheets?

Insulation

Flannel sheets are always a good idea for anyone who doesn’t like to be cold, especially at night when you’re trying to sleep. Flannel sheets are similar to cotton sheets, they’re just woven differently. Unlike cotton sheets, which have a smooth surface and can be cooler on your skin, flannel is brushed. This creates pockets that trap air and body heat, as well as absorbing moisture. Flannel is typically made from a wool-cotton blend, so you won’t overheat and get all sweaty in bed like you would if you use fleece or another man-made fiber.

Save Money

Flannel sheets may help lower your heating bills. Instead of cranking up the heater, and your electric bill, use flannel. Even though you have those soft, cozy sheets, don’t forget to use a comforter or blanket to help keep the warm air in and turning your heater down. This will ensure you get a better night’s sleep if you have a difficult time sleeping in the colder weather.
Flannel sheets are durable and get softer with every wash and they are just as affordable as cotton sheets. They are also available in many styles and colors. Don’t forget thread count. The higher the thread count, the softer they will be. There is a possibility of some slight shrinkage during the first wash. It is a small price to pay for the cozy feeling you’ll have climbing into bed in the cooler months. You can say goodbye to frozen feet! You can find great sheets at bed sheet advisor.