Get your custom made oversized sheets tailored to your taste. Learn all about dimensions, colors, and fabrics to create the perfect extra large bedding.
Oversized bed sheets are any sheets that come in bigger dimensions than standard ones. They can be made for an extra large king, queen, full, or twin bed. Finding extra large bedding for huge mattresses can be an overwhelming experience, especially, if you want a full matching set.
Have you struggled to get pillowcases, oversized fitted sheets, top sheets, and extra large duvet covers all in fitting colors? Imagine not having to deal with top or bottom sheets barely reaching the end of your mattress ever again!
The solution is easy – have your custom made oversized sheets tailored to your needs and taste. You can order any size for your new and comfy extra large bedding, so you can perfectly tuck it in. Also, you can match with the rest of the bedding colors and your bedroom design. It’s all possible with customized bedding. So what are the right measurements of the oversized sheets to cover your bed well?
When you have an extra large king size bed, you need to get the right dimensions to match your new oversized sheets with the mattress. How to take the measurements?
Start with measuring the bed. While a standard king size bed is usually 78″ wide and 80″ long, California king spreads to 72″x 84″. The Cali bed requires a bedding size of W 105″x L 108″ in this case. If your bed size falls in these types, save yourself extra measuring efforts by using our international chart integrated into the Custom Bedding ordering tool. You can always use it as a reference because it shows a list of suggested bedding sizes for your king bed. How about king mattresses that are not standard?
Extra large king size bedding surpasses the standard sizes. Have a look at the frame of the bed. What's the way to tuck the sheet? Generally, adding enough inches to the bed's size makes a good advance for the flat sheets or duvets. For the fitted oversized bed sheet, all you need to measure is the mattress itself.
For an oversized king flat sheet, you might take measures such as 108″x115″, 102″x105″, or 104″x114″. You’d also need to measure the depth of the mattress plus the fabric to tuck in.
Note that extra large king flat sheets and fitted sheets have different dimensions, even though they are tailored for the same bed. While the size of your extra large flat sheet is up to your taste, the oversized fitted sheet greatly depends on the size of your mattress. For instance, some mattresses may require extra deep pocket sheets. Simply use the custom option and enter your preferred dimensions. See our measurement guide for any further details.
Your oversized sheets can be easily made to order for almost any king bed size. Many families order Alaskan king beds, which are as large as 108″x108″ and require even larger bedding. The online tool might not accept overly large numbers because it has a limit of 116″ or 118″ by design. Do contact us if you cannot fill in the dimensions for your extra large sheets, so we can help you place your order. We aim to provide custom bedding with fewer seams as possible for a smooth finish >> Contact Form
With all the dimensions taken correctly, you can explore different fabrics and colors for your new extra large bedding set. Our custom size bedding is an affordable choice for sheets made of high-quality Italian fabrics. The fabrics you can choose from include 100% cotton percale and pure cotton sateen.
Don’t know where to start? Use our online mix & match tool to select numerous color combinations for your oversized sheets. A few questions that can help you decide on the perfect custom bedding tint are:
You should know that different fabrics come with a different color range to choose your matching oversized sheets from. The online tool will show you all the colors, which allow extra large bedding.
Please, consider that the oversized bedding colors you see on the website may differ slightly from the actual color of the fabric. We do our best to display the palettes as accurately as possible, but screen settings and daylight may affect the way you see color nuances.