Skip navigational links
Kohls.com Product Guides

Sheets

Mattress Measurements

Bed Size Measurements
Twin 39 x 75
Full 54 x 75
Queen 60 x 80
King 78 x 80
Cal. King 72 x 84
Cal. King — narrower and longer than regular King.

Sheet Measurements

Dockers®

Bed Size Flat Sheet Fitted Sheet* Pillowcase
Twin 66 x 96 39 x 76 20 x 30
Full 81 x 96 54 x 76 20 x 30
Queen 90 x 102 60 x 80 20 x 32
King 108 x 102 78 x 80 20 x 40
Cal. King 112 x 102 72 x 84 20 x 40

*Fitted sheets fit up to a 17-in. deep mattress.

Home Classics® - Flannel

Bed Size Flat Sheet Fitted Sheet* Pillowcase
Twin 69 x 99 39 x 76 20 x 30
Full 84 x 99 54 x 76 20 x 30
Queen 90 x 104 60 x 81 20 x 30
King 108 x 104 78 x 81 20 x 40
Cal. King 102 x 108 74 x 86 20 x 40

*Fitted sheets fit up to a 15-in. deep mattress.

Home Classics® - Fleece

Bed Size Flat Sheet Fitted Sheet* Pillowcase
Twin 70 x 92 35 x 75 21 x 31
Full 86 x 92 49 x 75 21 x 31
Queen 88 x 96 56 x 80 21 x 31
King 106 x 96 75 x 80 21 x 41
Cal. King 100 x 100 69 x 84 21 x 41

*Fitted sheets fit up to a 16-in. deep mattress.

Martex® - Pima Blend

Bed Size Flat Sheet Fitted Sheet* Pillowcase
Twin 66 x 96 39 x 76 20 x 30
Full 81 x 96 54 x 76 20 x 30
Queen 90 x 102 60 x 80 20 x 32
King 108 x 102 78 x 80 20 x 40
Cal. King 112 x 102 72 x 84 20 x 40

*Fitted sheets fit up to a 14-in. deep mattress.

SONOMA life + style® - Sateen

Bed Size Flat Sheet Fitted Sheet* Pillowcase
Twin 69 x 99 39 x 76 21 x 32
Full 84 x 99 54 x 76 21 x 32
Queen 90 x 104 60 x 81 21 x 32
King 108 x 104 78 x 81 21 x 32
Cal. King 102 x 108 72 x 84 21 x 32

*Fitted sheets fit up to an 18-in. deep mattress.

SONOMA life + style® - Silk

Bed Size Flat Sheet Fitted Sheet* Pillowcase
Queen 90 x 106 60 x 81 21 x 32
King 108 x 106 78 x 81 21 x 42
Cal. King 108 x 106 72 x 85 21 x 42

*Fitted sheets fit up to a 17-in. deep mattress.

SONOMA life + style® - Jersey

Bed Size Flat Sheet Fitted Sheet* Pillowcase
Twin 66 x 100 39 x 76 21 x 32
Full 81 x 100 54 x 76 21 x 32
Queen 90 x 106 60 x 81 21 x 32
King 108 x 106 76 x 81 21 x 42

*Fitted sheets fit up to a 16-in. deep mattress.

Southern Living®

Bed Size Flat Sheet Fitted Sheet Pillowcase
Full 81 x 96 54 x 76 20 x 30
Queen 91 x 102 60 x 80 20 x 30
King 109 x 102 78 x 80 20 x 40

Student Lounge®

Bed Size Flat Sheet Fitted Sheet* Pillowcase
Twin/Twin XL 63 x 99 39 x 80 21 x 31
Full 78 x 94 54 x 75 21 x 31
Queen 84 x 99 60 x 80 21 x 31

*Twin/Twin XL and Full sizes have fitted sheets that fit up to a 15-in. deep mattress. Queen size has fitted sheets that fit up to a 17-in. deep mattress.

California King — narrower and longer than regular King.

Good to know! At 72" wide and 84" long, the California King mattress is narrower and longer than its Eastern counterpart. (California King is sometimes referred to as Western or West Coast King.)

Care & Maintenance

Always have at least 3 sets of sheets for every bed in your home — one on the bed, one in the linen closet and one in the laundry. Your sheets will last more than 3 times as long this way!

Cleaning

For cotton sheets, machine wash with like colors in warm water. Tumble dry on a medium heat setting and avoid overloading. Fabric softeners are optional, since cotton will naturally become softer with time and use.

For cotton/polyester blends, machine wash and dry on a warm/permanent press setting.

Remember, wash new sheets (especially dark-colored sheets) before using them to soften and remove excess surface dyes.

Storage

Store sheets in your linen closet or a chest. To deter moths, fill a muslin pouch with dried lavender flowers, rosemary leaves and cedar chips. Also, if you store sheets in a chest, line it with muslin or acid-free paper to prevent the wood from staining the sheets.

Terms

California King - Narrower and longer king-size mattress (72" wide and 84" long) than its Eastern counterpart. Also called Western or West Coast King.

Cotton - It's softer and breathes better than a blend. People tend to like the feel of cotton, which is cooler to sleep on (most popular). The longer the staple, the more luxurious and durable the grade of cotton. There are two levels above basic-grade cotton: Egyptian and pima. 100% cotton will be softest and more breathable.

Egyptian cotton - The best cotton in the world. Cultivated mainly in Nile River Valley in Egypt, this type of cotton has the longest and strongest fibers. Used in high-end linens.

Flannel - Vigorously brushed cotton produces a soft fleecy nap. Preferred in winter for matchless warmth.

Jersey - Knitted instead of woven. Knitted fabrics allow better breathability for a more comfy night sleep. With extra "give" so they snugly fit mattress. Like your favorite tee, jersey sheets get softer with every washing. Good year-round fabric. Good draping qualities.

Percale - A closely woven, plain weave spun fabric that's smooth and firm. Made from a minimum of 180 threads per square inch. Many luxury linen manufacturers weave it with a slightly finer yarn and closer weave.

Pima cotton - U.S.-grown cotton second only to Egyptian and Supima. Has a long, luxurious fiber used in high-end supima cotton.

Pinpoint - A two over, one under stitch. More durable than most weaves but less soft than sateen.

Polyester - Wrinkle free. Fabulously colorful, because it absorbs dyes better. Cotton/poly blends won't wrinkle, shrink or wear as much as all-cotton sheets.

Sateen - A four over, one under stitch, placing the most threads on the surface, makes it very soft and lustrous but slightly less durable than other weaves. With a high thread count but different weave that results in an even softer sheet. Considered by some to be the best sheet in America.

Sheet set - Consists of a flat sheet, a fitted sheet and two pillowcases.

Supima® cotton - Grown and trademarked only by members of the Supima Association of America. Made of 100% American Pima cotton. Strong and soft. Rivals Egyptian cotton. Stands for superior pima. Grown only in the southwest by the Pima Indians.

Thread count - Total number of threads woven lengthwise and crosswise into each square inch of fabric. The higher the count, the closer the weave and the stronger, softer and longer-wearing the linens will be. In top quality luxury sheets, thread count can exceed 300. However, most sheets range between 200 to 250. We recommend at least 200.

Twill - A soft textile weave that is identified by diagonal lines in the fabrication.

Twin XL sheets - A sheet designed to fit a longer twin bed. Typically found in a college dorm.