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.
Well, no matter what kind of bed sheet you choose, it’s important to treat them well so that they will last for a long time. Using fabric softeners could eat away fabrics and it’s putting a coating of chemical that make your sheets softer but are actually damaging the fabric. Washing sheets in hot water and over drying them in high heat would cause the threads to break faster. If you want to extend the life of your sheets, always use lukewarm water and do not dry them on high heat.
Speaking of percale, some people may ask which is better percale or satin? Actually, it is just a matter of taste. Percale is a plain, matte weave that has a crisp, cool feel which are perfect for those who gets overheated when they sleep. Sateen is very soft, with a lustrous, smooth finish that’s almost like satin. You can try touching the fabrics and compare which one you would prefer to lay your backs on.
Coordination is important. Look around your bedroom and determine your style and the colors you use for the decors. See to it that the bed sheet you get coordinates with the headboard and other fabrics on your bed. Some doesn’t really aim to get a perfectly coordinated look. That is actually fine but being coordinated will pull it all together in your bedroom.
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