Bedding Published by Mandel Aubin, Wednesday, August 23rd 2017, 08:04:24 AM.
Vintage style bedrooms are becoming more and more trendy thanks to designers like Rachel Ashwell who popularized the term shabby chic in the 1980s. If you‵re planning to incorporate this style in your bedroom space, here are the most important things you need to know about this wonderful type of bedding.
Sizes With this in mind, take a look at the space you have available, and decide on the size needed for your convertible sleeper. They are typically marketed as full-size or queen beds, but very few are twin size.
Cotton Vs Linen When it comes to natural fibers, many people got stuck at the crossroads of Linen and Cotton. Linen is made from the stalk of the Flax plant. It is stronger than cotton fiber. It has a high moisture absorbing capacity and eco-friendly. It has a high breathing capacity, which allows the air to circulate. Structurally, it is stronger and will not deform. It is also hypoallergenic which makes it the best choice for baby bedding. Linen is also referred as nature‵s wicker.
Thread Count The density of the fabric influences the design, embroidery, durability, and the pattern. If the thread count is more, then it gives a scope for the designer to weave a plush pattern on the bedding material. If the bedding is too dense and the thread count is higher, it affects the breathing ability of the fabric. So, it is recommended to use the bedding with a mid-range thread count.
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