Regardless of whether you’re traveling in a modified VW van or if you’re going around in a fully equipped travel trailer, the one necessity that you absolutely can’t do without is a good night’s sleep.
If you’re just doing some RV camping for the weekend, then you can probably get away with using a sleeping bag and spending the night under the stars. However, full-time RVers that live on the road need a good mattress and a decent pair of sheets that can go over them.
While the mattress is clearly an essential piece of this puzzle, bedding sets can actually make your sleeping arrangements more comfortable while also protecting your mattress.
Additionally, if you weren’t able to fit a bigger bed into your van due to size restrictions, a thick duvet cover or comforter set can still make you feel like you’re floating on clouds when it comes to RV bedding.
If we’re being honest, there really isn’t a lot that you need to consider when it comes to RV bedding outside of personal comfort and making sure that you get a fitted sheet.
We’ll get more into the specific comforts that certain bedsheets can provide further down the line, but for now, we’d like to address the size that your sheet set should come in.
The mattress sizes go as follows:
There are a few different measurements for king beds that may differ, but the basic dimensions are almost always identical to what we’ve outlined here.
Most single-person camper vans fit standard-sized bunk beds or twin beds just because they get the job done and save on space. However, if you’re sharing a motorhome with a partner, then you’ll obviously go for something like a king or a queen mattress (depending on the available space you have).
Queen-size or king-size, the second most important thing is that you find RV sheep sets that can perfectly fit your mattress.
If you have something like a memory foam mattress, you should be able to fit an RV short queen instead of standard RV queen sheets on it, but this can stretch the material and possibly tear the fabric. In that case, we’d recommend finding out the exact dimensions of your bed before making a purchase.
The items listed below are our top picks for all the products that you’ll need to create the best RV bedding set. The best part is that all of them come in a variety of different sizes, so you don’t have to worry about whether or not they can fit your RV mattress.
The N&Y HOME cotton sheets come in a large variety of colors, which means that you can either get something in a modest grey or a more prominent purple tone, depending on your preferences.
While the ultra-soft fabric might not be the thickest, the material is very breathable, on top of being flexible enough to allow you to easily fit it over your mattress without any difficulty at all.
The sheet also comes with an elastic all around the edge that makes sure that it will stay on the bed without slipping off regardless if you get the king or the bunk sheets.
These sheets actually have even more variety in their design than the previous entry, and you can get them with anything from a simple flower motif to a multicolored psychedelic pattern.
The sheets themselves also come with the same elastic present in the previous entry, but this set comes with pillowcases that match the flat sheet pattern you choose.
On top of this being wrinkle-free material, it also has deep pockets on the sides, which makes it a much better fit for those RV mattresses that might be a bit too thick for a normal sheet.
This RV travel bedding is both thick and comfortable. However, the biggest benefit of the waterproof mattress pads is that you don’t have to worry about your bed getting soggy if you happen to spill something in it accidentally.
This quality is particularly useful when you’re on the road and you might either have an accidental spill off of something from your kitchen area or even if your roof starts to leak out of nowhere and floods your bed with rainwater.
The Utopia bedding comes with two pillow shams and a high-quality comforter that can fit either a queen or a king-sized bed. This is the best topper for your bed, and it essentially completes the RV bedding set since now you have your sheets, your pads, and your comforter.
This microfiber comforter set comes in two colors, and it’s made out of 100% polyester, making this item durable, breathable and hypoallergenic.
Keep in mind that while the material might have decent tensile strength, you’ll need to machine wash on a gentle cycle in cold water.
If you’re looking for a specific type of bedspreads like quick zips, then you might want to go to Beddy and do a bit of research on your own for a set that would fit your specific requirements a bit more accurately.
However, we’re confident that all of the products that we just listed can be used in virtually any campervan and can make your bed feel much more comfortable.