Mireille Felicia. bedding set. October 04th , 2017.
Read right on the front of the label on the packing, the manufacturer of bedding will tell you the tread count of the sheets. Tread count refers to the number of threads per square inch in both directions in the weave. The higher the thread count, the more luxurious the feel of a fabric. But thing to remember here, as a higher thread count usually means that the individual threads are thinner and may not wear as well. For good wear and to get the softest feel, we would suggest you to choose a thread count above two hundred and fifty but no lower than one hundred and seventy five. For those bed sheets you will sleep on every day, treat yourself. Choose the best you can according to your affordability.
Plush or Novelty fabric dorm comforters are really difficult to wash and often just shred apart. Again they generally wash like the cheap polyester comforters mentioned above and have a shelf life of 1 year. The plush fabrics are also problematic for allergy suffering students as they plush material acts as a giant sponge for allergens.
CoCaLo Couture contains stylish crib bedding for a refined nursery that is a comfortable addition to your living space. Aidan is a boyish houndstooth and stripes crib bedding collection in brick red, rich brown, khaki and blue, with antique toy themed accessories. Feminine Delilah crib bedding is a sunny and sophisticated collection featuring brown and yellow brocade with delicate embroidered flowers on the crib bumper and quilt. The tranquil Bali collection offers an island getaway feel in turquoise, green, and tan with animal print and palm print accents fit for either a boy or girl; new Tahiti crib bedding punches up the calm Bali design in a tropical color scheme of fuchsia, orange, tan, and brown.
Croscill is one of the most popular names in bedding. Croscill is known for their high quality, luxurious and unique bedding ensembles. Begun in 1946, Croscill initially started out selling window treatments. From their first designs they became an industry standard for kitchen, bath and bedroom window treatments. Croscill continued on this path until the late 1960's when they introduced their first comforter set. This set named "Arsenic and Old Lace" offered matching window treatments which at that time was never done before.
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