You might have heard about what others say about thread count- the higher the thread count, the more comfortable the sheets. But some say that a higher thread count doesn’t necessarily mean that your sheets are soft because manufacturers can alter them by enhancing them with silicone softeners that disappear after the first wash. Comfortable sheets are those that are 100% cotton and not the 1000-thread count. Egyptian cottons, Pima cottons or combed cottons are good choices but if you want a more affordable option, polyester/percale blend is best
Yes, your bed sheets are something you have to invest in. But sometimes, getting a simple bed sheet could be a good idea because you can just accessorize it with the throws, decorative pillows, comforters, duvet covers and others. You can even try getting trendy yet inexpensive pillow covers to add more life to your bed and your sheets.
Back in the Victorian age, bold patterns were all the rage (in the bedroom and everywhere else in the home). If you’re craving a more dramatic aesthetic, look for bold wallpapers as either an accent wall or an all-around covering. Find a duvet cover that has patterns in the similar colors to complement the look. When using bold patterns, go with vivid colors like bright reds, yellows, blues or oranges; this helps make the patterns pop and gives your bedroom a distinctive look and feel.
he materials you choose for your bed lines are a personal choice. Consider sheets of cotton-poplin if you want something light. You can also choose cotton, which is soft and breathable, and could keep you warm during cold seasons and stay cool during summer. You can try cotton-polyester which is a blend that is reasonably priced and wrinkle-free but this is not as cooling as cotton. Linen is a popular choice during summers because it has a natural cooling effect and it absorbs heat from you. Choose high-quality linen which becomes softer the more you wash but they wrinkle easily.
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