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The Twin XL Split KingSheets are soft and built from 100% long-staple cotton. Hypoallergenic, split-king sheets are ideal for people who suffer from allergies or asthma. Machine washable, the Twin XL Split King Sheets are designed to be easy to care for and will remain soft after multiple washings.
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Twin XL sheets are the same length as a regular twin bed (39”), but are wider (78”). They are also known as Twin Extra Long sheets. If you have a full-sized bed and you want to buy bedding for it, check out our guide on Full Size Sheets.
Twin XL Bedding Sizes
The size of your Twin XL sheets depends on the brand and style of the set. The most common sizes are:
Standard Flat Sheets: 60″ x 80″, 70″ x 80″ or 72″ x 84″
Fitted Sheets: 39″ x 80″, 39″ x 75″, 39″ x 70″, 39″ x 63″, 39″ x 54″. These sizes refer to mattress depth, not width. You’ll find fitted sheets with multiple depths available since they’re usually sold separately from flat sheets. Fitted sheets are meant to fit snugly over mattresses with a given depth; they’re not designed to stretch around mattresses that are thicker than their sizes indicate. For example, if you have an extra deep mattress that’s 20 inches deep (instead of 15 inches), you need fitted sheets that are 21 inches deep or more in order for them to fit
Twin Xl Dimensions
Twin XL beds are longer than a standard twin bed, but not as wide. A twin XL mattress is about 36 inches wide and 80 inches long. Twin XL sheets are also longer than regular twin sheets, so you have to be careful when shopping for them. You’ll want to find a sheet set that fits your mattress properly, which means it should be at least 15 inches longer than the mattress itself.
The width of a standard twin mattress is about 38 inches, so if your sheet set is only 15 inches longer than the mattress itself, it will just barely fit on the bed and look very strange. The extra length makes sure that everything stays tucked in and doesn’t bunch up at all.
Twin XL sheets come in many different fabrics and patterns and can match any decor in your home easily. They’re available in satin, silk, cotton and flannel fabrics as well as solid colors like navy blue or burgundy red — there’s something for everyone!
Twin XL sheets will fit a twin bed. The Twin XL size is also called the “long” size, and it is the same width but longer than the standard Twin size.
The measurements for a Twin XL sheet set are:
Top sheet: 66 inches wide x 96 inches long, plus 11 inches for tucking in at the bottom.
Fitted sheet: 39 inches wide x 80 inches long (a little more than standard), plus 6 extra inches for elastic around all four sides.
Pillowcase(s): 20 x 30 inches (each).
Twin XL sheets have extra length so you can tuck them in under your mattress without exposing any of it. These sheets are similar to regular twin sheets, but they have deeper pockets so there’s no need to use a mattress pad or foundation with them
The Twin XL is a smaller version of the standard size bed, which is also known as the Double. The Twin XL is 52 inches wide and 80 inches long, which is 19 inches narrower than a regular bed and 2 inches longer. You can safely use a twin XL sheet set on a standard twin bed, but they will look much better on an actual Twin XL mattress.
If you have purchased sheets for your Twin XL mattress, you may be wondering if they will fit a regular Twin mattress. Although it may seem like a good idea to buy just one set of sheets for both beds, it’s actually not recommended for several reasons.
First of all, not all Twin XL sheets are created equal. Some brands make their twin XL sheets with extra-deep pockets that are designed to fit over deep mattresses without bunching or pulling around the corners. Other brands make their twin XL sheets with normal-sized pockets that won’t fit over deep mattresses without bunching up at the corners or slipping off altogether during use.
Secondly, there are many different sizes of mattresses that are sold as twins — not all of them are actually 20 inches deep like they should be! You might think you’re buying a standard size mattress when in fact