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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

How do you simplify bedding/comforter choices?

I feel like I've been through it all when it comes to choice of bedding covers:

Cotton: Wrinkles easily and looks faded almost from the day you bring it home but doesn't pill.

Cotton/Polyester: Pills and seems to fade faster than cotton.

Satin/Jacquard: Snags and pills a lot.

Microfiber: Dog hair and other debris stick to it like nobody's business.

Quilts/Quilted spreads/covers: Don't snag or pill, but because they aren't fluffy, they show the indentations in our pillow top mattress.

Help! There has to be something that looks nice, is easy to maintain, and also durable! Isn't there? Please share what works for you. Do I expect too much in my quest for simplicity?

1 comment:

Marcy Contessa said...

Have you tried Duvet Bedding made of pure Egyptian Cotton?

Egyptian cotton has become wildly popular for bedding in recent years. It was thought for ages that cotton was cotton and thread count was king when choosing quality sheets. That is no longer true. Consumer guidelines for buying bedding suggest that cotton from Egypt is superior to other cotton.

It saves the wrinkles problem as well...

I recommend you this online website at: Comforter Bedding Covers
There is a good choice of pure Egyptian cotton duvet bedding sets.