My Domain writes - "Whether you live in a humid climate or are prone to night sweats, a set of cooling sheets might be right up your alley. While there are many breathable textiles that wick away moisture, eucalyptus stands out from the rest. Made from the pulpy wood of eucalyptus trees (aka blue gum trees), eucalyptus bed sheets can be a total game-changer for hot sleepers.
The sustainably-sourced fabric is airy, silky smooth, and cool to the touch with temperature-regulating properties. And beyond how they feel, Decorist designer Mikayla Keating notes that bedding materials play a critical role in the overall aesthetic of your space. "Eucalyptus sheets are less prone to wrinkling, which makes them look luxurious without all the extra care," she says.
When shopping around, you'll want to consider size, style, and sustainability, as well as whether you want 100 percent eucalyptus or a blend.
The Linen Company's Eucalyptus Core Sheet Set
If you aren't thrilled about the shiny finish of 100 percent eucalyptus sheets or don't want your bedding to be quite as silky, but you do want your sheets to be cooling, your best bet is The Linen Company's Eucalyptus Core Sheet Set. Featuring a breathable blend of Tencel lyocell and Egyptian cotton, the fabric flaunts an undeniably upscale appeal.
The hypoallergenic hybrid is sustainably-sourced and naturally wrinkle-resistant with a percale-style weave and a crisp matte finish. And like pure eucalyptus bed linens, it gets softer with every wash—there's even a 100-night trial period so you can see for yourself."
Twin, Full, Queen, King, Cal King, Split King
Eucalyptus lyocell and Egyptian cotton