Published at Wednesday, April 07th 2021, 15:52:27 PM. Bedding. By Prewitt Nicolas.
Many times when you buy your bedding sets, you will find that it come with a comforter and two matching pillowcases. Often you will find that matching curtains, rugs, and bedside accessories are offered as well. When you have the opportunity to buy all of these accessories then you know that you are getting the bedding opportunities. Those bedding sets that only offer the comforter and a pillowcase without any matching pieces are usually not worth the investment. It is very hard to find matching pieces to an odd ball set of bedding.
Thread counts are a simple indication of the quality and durability of a fabric and in general, the higher the thread count, the higher the quality. Good quality fabric isn’t just about durability and how long the sheets will actually last, it is also about how comfortable and soft on the skin it will be. In general, the higher the thread count the better it will feel on your skin; and we all know it is much easier and rewarding to sleep on something soft that caresses the skin rather than something itchy and uncomfortable.
It is very true that Sanderson bedding also ticks the box of a big enough range of designs and colours to match your requirements. We all want something comfortable to sleep on but we all put importance on colour and design as well so the two ideally need to go hand-in-hand. With Sanderson bedding they certainly do. There are a variety of different designs and shades as well as the option of opting for even higher thread counts, if you want a touch of even more luxury and comfort above the high standard already offered by their standard ranges.
We’re currently crazy for the laid-back, playful patterns offered by Feliz. This Australia-based brand uses organic and sustainably produced fabrics, as well as water-based inks. Below we see a vignette featuring Cha Cha Cha Pink & Gold bedding. Dusty pink and gold make a big impact without hitting you over the head. We’re loving the mix of modern and Memphis-Milano: