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HOW TO SELECT PERFECT BEDDING

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Bedding is the first thing you see in the morning and the last thing you see when you go to bed. The condition of our bedrooms and, most importantly our beds and bed linen, is a major contributor to the quality of sleep we get each night. Studies show that bedmakers are happier, more productive, stick to budgets and have a more restful sleep than non-bedmakers. There are even sleep doctors whose sole purpose it is to teach us this basic principle.  It should make you happy and calm — choose colors and textures that you love. Our bedding brings our favorite colors, groovy fabrics and the luxury of cotton percale to your bed, making you well rested when you wake.

Choose The Right Duvet & Pillows For Your Bedding
Without a doubt, a down comforter is the "piece de resistance" of any comfortable bed. Not only do down comforters bring an old-world appeal to modern-day beds, but they also make chilly nights and leisurely mornings something to look forward to. In down comforters, a luxury experience comes from the lightness, fluffiness and rarity of the down. There is no better feeling than snuggling into cloudlike comfort to start off a good night’s sleep. We have already talked about how a higher fill power will get you more fluff and less weight but there are two more considerations when choosing a luxury comforter: thread count and type of down.When you're shopping for a new down comforter, there are only a few important details you should know before you make your final selection.

Choose sheets that will fit your mattress.
When it comes to choosing a good down comforter, you don’t have to stick to the rules of mattress dimensions. Down comforters are sized to fit all types of beds: twins, doubles, queens, kings, and California kings. But if you want a down comforter that does more than sit on top of your mattress or if your partner has a bad habit of grabbing your half of the bedding during sleep, pick a down comforter that’s one size larger than your mattress size.

Choose The Right Thread Count For Your Bedding
The type and quality of fabric you choose will affect how comfortable you are as you sleep, so choose wisely; cotton or cotton blends are the most recommended choice. Flannel sheets can keep you warm in the winter, but on warmer evenings you could be too hot in flannel sheets

Solid Color or Patterned Bedding
Bedding in solid colors can be elegant and simple and can give your bedroom a trendy hotel style. Solid colors can also contribute to a relaxing and zen-like space, which is great for winding down after a long day.Do you want a stripe, polka dot, or a floral design? The bedding is the first thing that people will notice when they walk into your bedroom, so select bedding that matches your tastes. If you want to make an impression, choose bold colors. Choose your main color, then layer it with lighter and darker shades of the same color. This keeps your bedding from looking dull, or that you simply threw a duvet and matching pillow shams on the bed out of convenience.if you would rather display understated bedding, choose muted, cool colors such as dark blue or grey. The secret to creating a retreat-style bedroom with solid color bedding is to consider the bedding as a monochromatic color scheme.


Choose The Right Material For Your Bedding
Select a down comforter according to your desired level of warmth. Down comforters are sold in various weights, from extra light to ultra heavy. These are largely determined by the comforter’s fill power. A lighter down comforter with a fill power of 500 or 550 may be more appropriate if you live in a warm climate that rarely sees a cold snap. Down comforters with a fill power of 700 or more are desirable if you live in a region with nippy early-spring and late-autumn nights and long, cold winters.

Pay Attention to Thread Count
Thread count refers to the density of the weave in threads per square inch. The higher the thread count is, then the more expensive the sheets are because more material, spun more finely, is needed to make them. Higher thread count indicates better quality.

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