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Third Living is a new company that sells sheet sets with beautiful patterns. These are 500 thread count sheets that are made in Israel. Third Living donates a portion of the profits to a charity called 42nd Street which supports mental health among children and adolescents. Third Living also offers an industry leading 75-day trial where you can try them out for 75 days and if you don’t like them, returns are free.
Overview of Third Sheets
Here’s a quick video about the company some of what sets them apart and what to expect when you receive your sheets.
Unboxing Third Living Sheets
The sheets are just part of the Third Living experience. Aside from knowing that you are contributing to a good cause through their charity, you also get some extra goodies with your purchase. Here’s what you will see when opening your box from Third.
Inside the pouch you get a generous amount of lavender essential oil spray which is perfect for your bedroom to help you relax, fall asleep faster and just make the room smell wonderful.
You also get two bags of their “bedtime tea” and tow sleep masks.
Inside the cardholder is a gift card for $25 off a Leesa mattress. Leesa has partnered with Third Living to offer sheets. So, if the sheets don’t fully solve your sleep issues, maybe it’s time for a new mattress.
The sheets are packaged in plastic sleeves to keep them clean during transport.
Third Living Sheets Construction
500 thread count (single ply)
Combed Coton (to remove shorter fibers)
Long Staple Cotton
Certified STANDARD 100 by Oeko-Tex®
How Much Do Third Living Sheets Cost?
As of this writing, you can only purchase the sheets as a set. With a set you get a fitted and flat sheet, two pillowcases and a duvet cover.
Twin/Twin XL: $190
Full / Queen: $230
Cal King: $265
My Third Findings
Right out of the packaging these sheets are very smooth to the touch. They are light as well all good signs of quality. Because they are long staple sheets they should hold up well for many washes and have minimal pilling.
Here’s a closeup of some of the stitching.
I really enjoy the patterns that Third Living offers. They are fun but also have some simplicity to keep your bedroom looking classy. I received the dot pattern which you can see on the picture of the duvet cover below.
My Third Sheets Recommendation
If you are looking for some great looking and great feeling sheets, definitely check out third love. These sheets are light and smooth and will look great on your bed.