3 Tips For a Perfect Cozy Winter Bed for New YearSarah Nooruddin
There’s nothing truly as cozy as snuggling up in your sleeping spot when the gales are howling and the snow is befalling. In order to make sure your sleeping oasis is as wonderful as it is cozy outside, try some of these winter decorating tips.
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Tip #1: Toppers & Duvets
Most of the time referred to as a comforter, A duvet is a type of bedding consisting of a soft flat bag filled with down, feathers, silk, synthetic or wool and typically shielded with a removable cover, similar to a pillow and pillowcase.
Planning to buy a duvet set can be difficult because there are multiple options open in the market. The best duvet for you is the one that satisfies your personal wants and needs. Before changing your old duvet sets with the new one, check that the basics are right – if you have a mattress or topper that has a summer side and winter side then now is the time to turn it so the winter side is up.
Just like pillows whatever is used within a duvet concludes the degree of softness or the firmness level. There are various types of duvet fill you’ll find in the market ranging from hypoallergenic for those who suffer from asthma and allergies, as well as to meet special preferences ranging from slim and light to deep and downy.
As the cold weather hits, nights get cooler and you’ll want to feel cozy in bed with a warmer duvet. If you aren’t sure which tog rating will suit you best, go for 10.5 tog or above to keep the chill out.
Tip #2: Duvet Covers, Sheets and Pillowcases
Duvets are mostly no washable and any fluid on the duvet can ruin the stuffing, therefore, duvet covers are needed. Simply the duvet covers can be described as a large case, just like ones available to protect our pillows.
Duvet covers frequently have a decorative function on the bed, allowing for change of pattern or design for different occasions and moreover, it has zip, buttons, and strings to keep the quilting secure. Heavier cover creates a cozy and warm atmosphere in the bedroom and you’ll be able to enjoy a relaxing good night sleep.
In winter we all particularly love combed cotton bedding – it’s immediately warm to the touch.
Pillowcases and Protectors
With the regular use, pillows often get stained and yellow because of the body oils that flows through the pillowcase and directly onto the pillow. Pillow protectors help with this by providing an extra layer of protection and fight from dust and mites and allergens.
Our style range: Pillow protector zipper is made from high-quality rustproof hidden nylon zipper and the fabrics are cooler and breathable whereas the French fold-style protectors are crafted from a unique blend of 60% combed cotton and 40% polyester which adds extra comfort and softness.
Tip #3: Bed Throws and Blanket
Choosing the right blanket depends on the warmth, texture, and weight your guest prefers. Heavier blankets, such as wool or cotton fleece blankets are the warmest. The spaces between the fibers in a soft blanket traps warm air, preventing you from cold.
Super soft microfleece blankets are highly durable and easy to maintain. Made from 100% polyester, anti-pill fleece blanket will keep you warm and cozy throughout the winters. Fleece material perfectly combines comfort and durability. Great to throw over bed sets or on a couch to cozy up for a nap. Designed to be lightweight while providing extra warmth for use year-round. Moreover, it is hypoallergenic, shrink-resistant, fade-resistant, and wrinkle-free.
Waffle Thermal Blanket
The waffle thermal cotton blanket is soft natural cotton; they are breathable, keeps allergens, dust mites, and moisture away; and most importantly, these blankets are snag free! This blanket is heavy, thus keeping you warm and cozy. Great when used as a throw over your beds and sofa to decorate your hotel room into an entirely new look.
The honeycomb fabric is made of cotton and is woven in a way which makes it very absorbent. The waffle weave also allows air to flow through the fabric so that it dries quickly. Waffle fabrics are made in a range of weights.