How to make a Comfy Bed?

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How to make a Comfy Bed?Bedroom is the place that offers the ultimate comfort. This is where you go after a long and tiring day at work. You will suffer if the place is not comfortable enough. There can be many factors contributing to an unpleasant bedroom setting including poor selection of bedding. You can overcome this problem by making a careful selection of bedding.  In bedding, it is the type of fabric that plays a key role in bringing comfort. Cotton sheets and pillows are universally renowned for their soft texture that helps in bringing in sleep. Silk is another preferred fabric. Choosing a fabric that offers maximum comfort and enhances bedroom décor can be difficult. Unless you keep certain things in mind.

Colour

It is better to choose a fabric that has a soothing colour scheme. Loud and garish colours can make sleeping difficult. Sheets with overdone embroidery and embellishments look good for special occasions but can’t offer you a good night sleep.

Texture

Sheets that have a rough feeling to them can hamper your efforts of getting a sleep. Similarly, poor selection of pillow covers and quilts can upend whatever plans you had for the night. Look for fabrics that have a smooth texture. You can do that by examining the thread count. It is the number of threads woven together in a square inch of cotton or other textiles. A fabric with a thread count of 400 will offer you a soft texture and plush design that is ideal for sleeping.

Pillow Filling

Feathers make for the plushiest head rest. You can replace them with soft fillings in case of an allergic reaction to feathers. Never fill your pillows with hard foam as it may cause headache instead of lulling you to sleep.

It is easier to make a comfy bed as long as you are eager to do a little research and find the best fabrics. This will bring you comfort and may improve your sleeping habits, so you got a comfy bed.

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Helen Roberto is a freelance writer and loves to participate in discussion of textile industry globally. In her spare time, she works as an admin to maintain this blog and few others. Her knowledge on the subject has benefited many associated to home textile manufacturing and marketing.

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