You know the basics, it is time to look at the aesthetics of your bed sheets. You have to decide whether to get plains or prints. Plain colored ones would work well if you have printed pillows, blankets and throws or if your motif is more on color blocking. Printed ones would look lovely too. Get bed sheets with striking prints on them that suits your taste.
When you move into a new home, you take the time to design the bedroom just as you like it. But after a while, even the perfect room can start to feel stale, claustrophobic, and even boring. Perhaps it is time for you to completely redecorate, or maybe just a new rug or a creative light fixture could be the solution. No matter what it is, you should be able to draw some creative inspiration from these beautiful bedrooms from skilled designers and visualizers.
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
It is very important the you get the right size and fit for your bed sheets. If not, you might buy something that is too small or too big. If your mattress size is 38 x 75″, you need Twin Sheets. For 38 x 80″, Twin XL Sheets; 53 x 75″, Full (Double) Sheets;60 x 80″, Queen Sheets; 78 x 80″, King Sheets and 72 x 84″ for California King Sheets.
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