Considering we spend almost a third of our lives in bed, our master bed may be the single most important piece of furniture in our homes. If you count all the hours we allot to plumping pillows, smoothing sheets, straightening shams, and fussing over how the whole thing looks, we spend as much time on our beds as in them. Yet the results never look as good as pictures in magazines. Enough, already. I am a busy person and so are you. Here's a fool proof system to make a bed inviting enough to make it hard to say goodbye each morning. Virtually any bed looks beautiful if it has a woman lying naked in it, on her side, seen from behind, with a sheet carelessly draped across her bottom. We could try that, I suppose, but I don't know if it's sustainable. What about on days we have to go into the office? How can I make it look good then? Easy! You have to get to the heart of it—what is your bedroom for? Your bedroom is the most private room in the house, and it should be the most personal. Your bed should feel like the ultimate sanctuary and make you happy every time you get into it. So gone are fussy pillows—remember the era of "my husband has to throw 14 tiny pillows onto the floor so he can get into bed?" It's over. . Here are some tips to make the right choice for yours. Follow these guidelines, and you’ll sleep easy knowing you’ve made smart choices. •Start with a great foundation. The most vital part of any master bed is the mattress. Mattresses range in price from a few hundred rand’s to several thousands of rand’s. But no single mattress is right for everyone, and the bed that’s best for you may not have the highest price. Personal preference is key, so be prepared to invest in what’s best for you. •Try before you buy. Feel intimidated climbing onto a mattress in a store and settling down as if about to take a nap? Don’t. That’s exactly what you should do – and what the staff at any reputable establishment expects. Take enough time to determine whether a bed’s level of support is right for you. When in doubt, opt for the slightly firmer choice. Ever stay at a hotel or resort where you enjoyed an unbelievable night’s sleep atop a bed that was just perfect? Inquire about the make of mattress the hotel provides guests. Upscale hotels even offer the mattresses and bedding they use for purchase, for guests who want to experience the same level of comfort at home or ask us at Good Night Linen. We know. •Know what you’re hopping into bed with. If you’re sensitive to chemicals, play close attention to the contents of a mattress. Research natural options like those using cotton fabrics, Bamboo or horsehair. Many cheap imitation mattresses contain synthetic materials like formaldehyde and polyurethane foam, which “offgas,” releasing smelly and potentially toxic volatile compounds. It’s enough to make anyone lose sleep, which is decidedly against the point when it comes to beds. If you’re bothered by the smell a mattress gives off in the store, steer clear, because it’s not likely to smell better once you get it home. A good mattress does not smell like plastic. •Protect your investment. We’ve established a good mattress is not only a worthwhile luxury but an investment as well, so think about purchasing a mattress protector, which guards against dander and is obviously much easier to launder than a mattress. Flipping your mattress every other month, in addition to taking a vacuum brush to its exterior, will also help your mattress stay in top condition and ensure you do not forfeit your warranty and guarantee. •In bedding, thread count counts – but only so much. Thread count can be an important indicator of quality, but what matters most is what those threads are made of: specifically, the thread’s fibers. Cotton-polyester sheets may last longer, but all cotton sheets – specifically, those woven with “Supima,” or “Egyptian long-staple” cotton – will yield a softer, finer hand. •What you’ll give up in sheen and longevity, you’ll gain in comfort. Consider having at least 3 sets of bedding: it’ll increase the longevity of each set and - invest in white. It will give you different seasonal options to help change up the look of your master bedroom. If you’re worried about cost, start with a well fitted fitted sheet and flat sheet. The rest can be added on as time allows your budget, know that bedding doesn’t have to cost a fortune to be fabulous if you have believed to invest in quality. •Take cover. The main purpose of a Duvet Inner is warmth. For this purpose, you may want to have two: one for summer and a heavier one for winter but if space does not allow go for an All-season Duvet Inner. A Good Quality Micro Fiber is an ideal choice for an all-season inner. When properly laundered and care for, your Micro Fiber Duvet Inner will keep you cool when you want to be cool and warm when you’re hoping for a toastier slumber. Pillows are also a luxurious place to lay one’s head, but go with a choice that provides the level of support your neck needs. Not too soft and not too hard. A good pillow must be flexible, breathable and maintains its shape as your turn your head and body during the night. •Make sure you’ve got a good bedside manner. Now that your bed is outfitted to perfection, the last thing to consider is the bedside table, if you chose to have one. I do, and I keep only the essentials there: soft, incandescent lighting for reading a good book, a scented candle, and my cell phone, which now serves, as it does for many, as my alarm clock. A charger, tucked away so the cord is barely visible, ensures my phone’s just as recharged and ready for the new day as I am.

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Considering we spend almost a third of our lives in bed, our master bed may be the single most important piece of furniture in our homes. If you count all the hours we allot to plumping pillows, smoothing sheets, straightening shams, and fussing over how the whole thing looks, we spend as much time on our beds as in them. Yet the results never look as good as pictures in magazines. Enough, already. I am a busy person and so are you. Here's a fool proof system to make a bed inviting enough to make it hard to say goodbye each morning. Virtually any bed looks beautiful if it has a woman lying naked in it, on her side, seen from behind, with a sheet carelessly draped across her bottom. We could try that, I suppose, but I don't know if it's sustainable. What about on days we have to go into the office? How can I make it look good then? Easy! You have to get to the heart of it—what is your bedroom for? Your bedroom is the most private room in the house, and it should be the most personal. Your bed should feel like the ultimate sanctuary and make you happy every time you get into it. So gone are fussy pillows—remember the era of "my husband has to throw 14 tiny pillows onto the floor so he can get into bed?" It's over. . Here are some tips to make the right choice for yours. Follow these guidelines, and you’ll sleep easy knowing you’ve made smart choices. •Start with a great foundation. The most vital part of any master bed is the mattress. Mattresses range in price from a few hundred rand’s to several thousands of rand’s. But no single mattress is right for everyone, and the bed that’s best for you may not have the highest price. Personal preference is key, so be prepared to invest in what’s best for you. •Try before you buy. Feel intimidated climbing onto a mattress in a store and settling down as if about to take a nap? Don’t. That’s exactly what you should do – and what the staff at any reputable establishment expects. Take enough time to determine whether a bed’s level of support is right for you. When in doubt, opt for the slightly firmer choice. Ever stay at a hotel or resort where you enjoyed an unbelievable night’s sleep atop a bed that was just perfect? Inquire about the make of mattress the hotel provides guests. Upscale hotels even offer the mattresses and bedding they use for purchase, for guests who want to experience the same level of comfort at home or ask us at Good Night Linen. We know. •Know what you’re hopping into bed with. If you’re sensitive to chemicals, play close attention to the contents of a mattress. Research natural options like those using cotton fabrics, Bamboo or horsehair. Many cheap imitation mattresses contain synthetic materials like formaldehyde and polyurethane foam, which “offgas,” releasing smelly and potentially toxic volatile compounds. It’s enough to make anyone lose sleep, which is decidedly against the point when it comes to beds. If you’re bothered by the smell a mattress gives off in the store, steer clear, because it’s not likely to smell better once you get it home. A good mattress does not smell like plastic. •Protect your investment. We’ve established a good mattress is not only a worthwhile luxury but an investment as well, so think about purchasing a mattress protector, which guards against dander and is obviously much easier to launder than a mattress. Flipping your mattress every other month, in addition to taking a vacuum brush to its exterior, will also help your mattress stay in top condition and ensure you do not forfeit your warranty and guarantee. •In bedding, thread count counts – but only so much. Thread count can be an important indicator of quality, but what matters most is what those threads are made of: specifically, the thread’s fibers. Cotton-polyester sheets may last longer, but all cotton sheets – specifically, those woven with “Supima,” or “Egyptian long-staple” cotton – will yield a softer, finer hand. •What you’ll give up in sheen and longevity, you’ll gain in comfort. Consider having at least 3 sets of bedding: it’ll increase the longevity of each set and - invest in white. It will give you different seasonal options to help change up the look of your master bedroom. If you’re worried about cost, start with a well fitted fitted sheet and flat sheet. The rest can be added on as time allows your budget, know that bedding doesn’t have to cost a fortune to be fabulous if you have believed to invest in quality. •Take cover. The main purpose of a Duvet Inner is warmth. For this purpose, you may want to have two: one for summer and a heavier one for winter but if space does not allow go for an All-season Duvet Inner. A Good Quality Micro Fiber is an ideal choice for an all-season inner. When properly laundered and care for, your Micro Fiber Duvet Inner will keep you cool when you want to be cool and warm when you’re hoping for a toastier slumber. Pillows are also a luxurious place to lay one’s head, but go with a choice that provides the level of support your neck needs. Not too soft and not too hard. A good pillow must be flexible, breathable and maintains its shape as your turn your head and body during the night. •Make sure you’ve got a good bedside manner. Now that your bed is outfitted to perfection, the last thing to consider is the bedside table, if you chose to have one. I do, and I keep only the essentials there: soft, incandescent lighting for reading a good book, a scented candle, and my cell phone, which now serves, as it does for many, as my alarm clock. A charger, tucked away so the cord is barely visible, ensures my phone’s just as recharged and ready for the new day as I am.
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Considering we spend almost a third of our lives in bed, our master bed may be the single most important piece of furniture in our homes. If you count all the hours we allot to plumping pillows, smoothing sheets, straightening shams, and fussing over how the whole thing looks, we spend as much time on our beds as in them. Yet the results never look as good as pictures in magazines. Enough, already. I am a busy person and so are you. Here's a fool proof system to make a bed inviting enough to make it hard to say goodbye each morning. Virtually any bed looks beautiful if it has a woman lying naked in it, on her side, seen from behind, with a sheet carelessly draped across her bottom. We could try that, I suppose, but I don't know if it's sustainable. What about on days we have to go into the office? How can I make it look good then? Easy! You have to get to the heart of it—what is your bedroom for? Your bedroom is the most private room in the house, and it should be the most personal. Your bed should feel like the ultimate sanctuary and make you happy every time you get into it. So gone are fussy pillows—remember the era of "my husband has to throw 14 tiny pillows onto the floor so he can get into bed?" It's over. . Here are some tips to make the right choice for yours. Follow these guidelines, and you’ll sleep easy knowing you’ve made smart choices. •Start with a great foundation. The most vital part of any master bed is the mattress. Mattresses range in price from a few hundred rand’s to several thousands of rand’s. But no single mattress is right for everyone, and the bed that’s best for you may not have the highest price. Personal preference is key, so be prepared to invest in what’s best for you. •Try before you buy. Feel intimidated climbing onto a mattress in a store and settling down as if about to take a nap? Don’t. That’s exactly what you should do – and what the staff at any reputable establishment expects. Take enough time to determine whether a bed’s level of support is right for you. When in doubt, opt for the slightly firmer choice. Ever stay at a hotel or resort where you enjoyed an unbelievable night’s sleep atop a bed that was just perfect? Inquire about the make of mattress the hotel provides guests. Upscale hotels even offer the mattresses and bedding they use for purchase, for guests who want to experience the same level of comfort at home or ask us at Good Night Linen. We know. •Know what you’re hopping into bed with. If you’re sensitive to chemicals, play close attention to the contents of a mattress. Research natural options like those using cotton fabrics, Bamboo or horsehair. Many cheap imitation mattresses contain synthetic materials like formaldehyde and polyurethane foam, which “offgas,” releasing smelly and potentially toxic volatile compounds. It’s enough to make anyone lose sleep, which is decidedly against the point when it comes to beds. If you’re bothered by the smell a mattress gives off in the store, steer clear, because it’s not likely to smell better once you get it home. A good mattress does not smell like plastic. •Protect your investment. We’ve established a good mattress is not only a worthwhile luxury but an investment as well, so think about purchasing a mattress protector, which guards against dander and is obviously much easier to launder than a mattress. Flipping your mattress every other month, in addition to taking a vacuum brush to its exterior, will also help your mattress stay in top condition and ensure you do not forfeit your warranty and guarantee. •In bedding, thread count counts – but only so much. Thread count can be an important indicator of quality, but what matters most is what those threads are made of: specifically, the thread’s fibers. Cotton-polyester sheets may last longer, but all cotton sheets – specifically, those woven with “Supima,” or “Egyptian long-staple” cotton – will yield a softer, finer hand. •What you’ll give up in sheen and longevity, you’ll gain in comfort. Consider having at least 3 sets of bedding: it’ll increase the longevity of each set and - invest in white. It will give you different seasonal options to help change up the look of your master bedroom. If you’re worried about cost, start with a well fitted fitted sheet and flat sheet. The rest can be added on as time allows your budget, know that bedding doesn’t have to cost a fortune to be fabulous if you have believed to invest in quality. •Take cover. The main purpose of a Duvet Inner is warmth. For this purpose, you may want to have two: one for summer and a heavier one for winter but if space does not allow go for an All-season Duvet Inner. A Good Quality Micro Fiber is an ideal choice for an all-season inner. When properly laundered and care for, your Micro Fiber Duvet Inner will keep you cool when you want to be cool and warm when you’re hoping for a toastier slumber. Pillows are also a luxurious place to lay one’s head, but go with a choice that provides the level of support your neck needs. Not too soft and not too hard. A good pillow must be flexible, breathable and maintains its shape as your turn your head and body during the night. •Make sure you’ve got a good bedside manner. Now that your bed is outfitted to perfection, the last thing to consider is the bedside table, if you chose to have one. I do, and I keep only the essentials there: soft, incandescent lighting for reading a good book, a scented candle, and my cell phone, which now serves, as it does for many, as my alarm clock. A charger, tucked away so the cord is barely visible, ensures my phone’s just as recharged and ready for the new day as I am.
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Considering we spend almost a third of our lives in bed, our master bed may be the single most important piece of furniture in our homes. If you count all the hours we allot to plumping pillows, smoothing sheets, straightening shams, and fussing over how the whole thing looks, we spend as much time on our beds as in them. Yet the results never look as good as pictures in magazines. Enough, already. I am a busy person and so are you. Here's a fool proof system to make a bed inviting enough to make it hard to say goodbye each morning. Virtually any bed looks beautiful if it has a woman lying naked in it, on her side, seen from behind, with a sheet carelessly draped across her bottom. We could try that, I suppose, but I don't know if it's sustainable. What about on days we have to go into the office? How can I make it look good then? Easy! You have to get to the heart of it—what is your bedroom for? Your bedroom is the most private room in the house, and it should be the most personal. Your bed should feel like the ultimate sanctuary and make you happy every time you get into it. So gone are fussy pillows—remember the era of "my husband has to throw 14 tiny pillows onto the floor so he can get into bed?" It's over. . Here are some tips to make the right choice for yours. Follow these guidelines, and you’ll sleep easy knowing you’ve made smart choices. •Start with a great foundation. The most vital part of any master bed is the mattress. Mattresses range in price from a few hundred rand’s to several thousands of rand’s. But no single mattress is right for everyone, and the bed that’s best for you may not have the highest price. Personal preference is key, so be prepared to invest in what’s best for you. •Try before you buy. Feel intimidated climbing onto a mattress in a store and settling down as if about to take a nap? Don’t. That’s exactly what you should do – and what the staff at any reputable establishment expects. Take enough time to determine whether a bed’s level of support is right for you. When in doubt, opt for the slightly firmer choice. Ever stay at a hotel or resort where you enjoyed an unbelievable night’s sleep atop a bed that was just perfect? Inquire about the make of mattress the hotel provides guests. Upscale hotels even offer the mattresses and bedding they use for purchase, for guests who want to experience the same level of comfort at home or ask us at Good Night Linen. We know. •Know what you’re hopping into bed with. If you’re sensitive to chemicals, play close attention to the contents of a mattress. Research natural options like those using cotton fabrics, Bamboo or horsehair. Many cheap imitation mattresses contain synthetic materials like formaldehyde and polyurethane foam, which “offgas,” releasing smelly and potentially toxic volatile compounds. It’s enough to make anyone lose sleep, which is decidedly against the point when it comes to beds. If you’re bothered by the smell a mattress gives off in the store, steer clear, because it’s not likely to smell better once you get it home. A good mattress does not smell like plastic. •Protect your investment. We’ve established a good mattress is not only a worthwhile luxury but an investment as well, so think about purchasing a mattress protector, which guards against dander and is obviously much easier to launder than a mattress. Flipping your mattress every other month, in addition to taking a vacuum brush to its exterior, will also help your mattress stay in top condition and ensure you do not forfeit your warranty and guarantee. •In bedding, thread count counts – but only so much. Thread count can be an important indicator of quality, but what matters most is what those threads are made of: specifically, the thread’s fibers. Cotton-polyester sheets may last longer, but all cotton sheets – specifically, those woven with “Supima,” or “Egyptian long-staple” cotton – will yield a softer, finer hand. •What you’ll give up in sheen and longevity, you’ll gain in comfort. Consider having at least 3 sets of bedding: it’ll increase the longevity of each set and - invest in white. It will give you different seasonal options to help change up the look of your master bedroom. If you’re worried about cost, start with a well fitted fitted sheet and flat sheet. The rest can be added on as time allows your budget, know that bedding doesn’t have to cost a fortune to be fabulous if you have believed to invest in quality. •Take cover. The main purpose of a Duvet Inner is warmth. For this purpose, you may want to have two: one for summer and a heavier one for winter but if space does not allow go for an All-season Duvet Inner. A Good Quality Micro Fiber is an ideal choice for an all-season inner. When properly laundered and care for, your Micro Fiber Duvet Inner will keep you cool when you want to be cool and warm when you’re hoping for a toastier slumber. Pillows are also a luxurious place to lay one’s head, but go with a choice that provides the level of support your neck needs. Not too soft and not too hard. A good pillow must be flexible, breathable and maintains its shape as your turn your head and body during the night. •Make sure you’ve got a good bedside manner. Now that your bed is outfitted to perfection, the last thing to consider is the bedside table, if you chose to have one. I do, and I keep only the essentials there: soft, incandescent lighting for reading a good book, a scented candle, and my cell phone, which now serves, as it does for many, as my alarm clock. A charger, tucked away so the cord is barely visible, ensures my phone’s just as recharged and ready for the new day as I am.
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Considering we spend almost a third of our lives in bed, our master bed may be the single most important piece of furniture in our homes. If you count all the hours we allot to plumping pillows, smoothing sheets, straightening shams, and fussing over how the whole thing looks, we spend as much time on our beds as in them. Yet the results never look as good as pictures in magazines. Enough, already. I am a busy person and so are you. Here's a fool proof system to make a bed inviting enough to make it hard to say goodbye each morning. Virtually any bed looks beautiful if it has a woman lying naked in it, on her side, seen from behind, with a sheet carelessly draped across her bottom. We could try that, I suppose, but I don't know if it's sustainable. What about on days we have to go into the office? How can I make it look good then? Easy! You have to get to the heart of it—what is your bedroom for? Your bedroom is the most private room in the house, and it should be the most personal. Your bed should feel like the ultimate sanctuary and make you happy every time you get into it. So gone are fussy pillows—remember the era of "my husband has to throw 14 tiny pillows onto the floor so he can get into bed?" It's over. . Here are some tips to make the right choice for yours. Follow these guidelines, and you’ll sleep easy knowing you’ve made smart choices. •Start with a great foundation. The most vital part of any master bed is the mattress. Mattresses range in price from a few hundred rand’s to several thousands of rand’s. But no single mattress is right for everyone, and the bed that’s best for you may not have the highest price. Personal preference is key, so be prepared to invest in what’s best for you. •Try before you buy. Feel intimidated climbing onto a mattress in a store and settling down as if about to take a nap? Don’t. That’s exactly what you should do – and what the staff at any reputable establishment expects. Take enough time to determine whether a bed’s level of support is right for you. When in doubt, opt for the slightly firmer choice. Ever stay at a hotel or resort where you enjoyed an unbelievable night’s sleep atop a bed that was just perfect? Inquire about the make of mattress the hotel provides guests. Upscale hotels even offer the mattresses and bedding they use for purchase, for guests who want to experience the same level of comfort at home or ask us at Good Night Linen. We know. •Know what you’re hopping into bed with. If you’re sensitive to chemicals, play close attention to the contents of a mattress. Research natural options like those using cotton fabrics, Bamboo or horsehair. Many cheap imitation mattresses contain synthetic materials like formaldehyde and polyurethane foam, which “offgas,” releasing smelly and potentially toxic volatile compounds. It’s enough to make anyone lose sleep, which is decidedly against the point when it comes to beds. If you’re bothered by the smell a mattress gives off in the store, steer clear, because it’s not likely to smell better once you get it home. A good mattress does not smell like plastic. •Protect your investment. We’ve established a good mattress is not only a worthwhile luxury but an investment as well, so think about purchasing a mattress protector, which guards against dander and is obviously much easier to launder than a mattress. Flipping your mattress every other month, in addition to taking a vacuum brush to its exterior, will also help your mattress stay in top condition and ensure you do not forfeit your warranty and guarantee. •In bedding, thread count counts – but only so much. Thread count can be an important indicator of quality, but what matters most is what those threads are made of: specifically, the thread’s fibers. Cotton-polyester sheets may last longer, but all cotton sheets – specifically, those woven with “Supima,” or “Egyptian long-staple” cotton – will yield a softer, finer hand. •What you’ll give up in sheen and longevity, you’ll gain in comfort. Consider having at least 3 sets of bedding: it’ll increase the longevity of each set and - invest in white. It will give you different seasonal options to help change up the look of your master bedroom. If you’re worried about cost, start with a well fitted fitted sheet and flat sheet. The rest can be added on as time allows your budget, know that bedding doesn’t have to cost a fortune to be fabulous if you have believed to invest in quality. •Take cover. The main purpose of a Duvet Inner is warmth. For this purpose, you may want to have two: one for summer and a heavier one for winter but if space does not allow go for an All-season Duvet Inner. A Good Quality Micro Fiber is an ideal choice for an all-season inner. When properly laundered and care for, your Micro Fiber Duvet Inner will keep you cool when you want to be cool and warm when you’re hoping for a toastier slumber. Pillows are also a luxurious place to lay one’s head, but go with a choice that provides the level of support your neck needs. Not too soft and not too hard. A good pillow must be flexible, breathable and maintains its shape as your turn your head and body during the night. •Make sure you’ve got a good bedside manner. Now that your bed is outfitted to perfection, the last thing to consider is the bedside table, if you chose to have one. I do, and I keep only the essentials there: soft, incandescent lighting for reading a good book, a scented candle, and my cell phone, which now serves, as it does for many, as my alarm clock. A charger, tucked away so the cord is barely visible, ensures my phone’s just as recharged and ready for the new day as I am.
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Considering we spend almost a third of our lives in bed, our master bed may be the single most important piece of furniture in our homes. If you count all the hours we allot to plumping pillows, smoothing sheets, straightening shams, and fussing over how the whole thing looks, we spend as much time on our beds as in them. Yet the results never look as good as pictures in magazines. Enough, already. I am a busy person and so are you. Here's a fool proof system to make a bed inviting enough to make it hard to say goodbye each morning. Virtually any bed looks beautiful if it has a woman lying naked in it, on her side, seen from behind, with a sheet carelessly draped across her bottom. We could try that, I suppose, but I don't know if it's sustainable. What about on days we have to go into the office? How can I make it look good then? Easy! You have to get to the heart of it—what is your bedroom for? Your bedroom is the most private room in the house, and it should be the most personal. Your bed should feel like the ultimate sanctuary and make you happy every time you get into it. So gone are fussy pillows—remember the era of "my husband has to throw 14 tiny pillows onto the floor so he can get into bed?" It's over. . Here are some tips to make the right choice for yours. Follow these guidelines, and you’ll sleep easy knowing you’ve made smart choices. •Start with a great foundation. The most vital part of any master bed is the mattress. Mattresses range in price from a few hundred rand’s to several thousands of rand’s. But no single mattress is right for everyone, and the bed that’s best for you may not have the highest price. Personal preference is key, so be prepared to invest in what’s best for you. •Try before you buy. Feel intimidated climbing onto a mattress in a store and settling down as if about to take a nap? Don’t. That’s exactly what you should do – and what the staff at any reputable establishment expects. Take enough time to determine whether a bed’s level of support is right for you. When in doubt, opt for the slightly firmer choice. Ever stay at a hotel or resort where you enjoyed an unbelievable night’s sleep atop a bed that was just perfect? Inquire about the make of mattress the hotel provides guests. Upscale hotels even offer the mattresses and bedding they use for purchase, for guests who want to experience the same level of comfort at home or ask us at Good Night Linen. We know. •Know what you’re hopping into bed with. If you’re sensitive to chemicals, play close attention to the contents of a mattress. Research natural options like those using cotton fabrics, Bamboo or horsehair. Many cheap imitation mattresses contain synthetic materials like formaldehyde and polyurethane foam, which “offgas,” releasing smelly and potentially toxic volatile compounds. It’s enough to make anyone lose sleep, which is decidedly against the point when it comes to beds. If you’re bothered by the smell a mattress gives off in the store, steer clear, because it’s not likely to smell better once you get it home. A good mattress does not smell like plastic. •Protect your investment. We’ve established a good mattress is not only a worthwhile luxury but an investment as well, so think about purchasing a mattress protector, which guards against dander and is obviously much easier to launder than a mattress. Flipping your mattress every other month, in addition to taking a vacuum brush to its exterior, will also help your mattress stay in top condition and ensure you do not forfeit your warranty and guarantee. •In bedding, thread count counts – but only so much. Thread count can be an important indicator of quality, but what matters most is what those threads are made of: specifically, the thread’s fibers. Cotton-polyester sheets may last longer, but all cotton sheets – specifically, those woven with “Supima,” or “Egyptian long-staple” cotton – will yield a softer, finer hand. •What you’ll give up in sheen and longevity, you’ll gain in comfort. Consider having at least 3 sets of bedding: it’ll increase the longevity of each set and - invest in white. It will give you different seasonal options to help change up the look of your master bedroom. If you’re worried about cost, start with a well fitted fitted sheet and flat sheet. The rest can be added on as time allows your budget, know that bedding doesn’t have to cost a fortune to be fabulous if you have believed to invest in quality. •Take cover. The main purpose of a Duvet Inner is warmth. For this purpose, you may want to have two: one for summer and a heavier one for winter but if space does not allow go for an All-season Duvet Inner. A Good Quality Micro Fiber is an ideal choice for an all-season inner. When properly laundered and care for, your Micro Fiber Duvet Inner will keep you cool when you want to be cool and warm when you’re hoping for a toastier slumber. Pillows are also a luxurious place to lay one’s head, but go with a choice that provides the level of support your neck needs. Not too soft and not too hard. A good pillow must be flexible, breathable and maintains its shape as your turn your head and body during the night. •Make sure you’ve got a good bedside manner. Now that your bed is outfitted to perfection, the last thing to consider is the bedside table, if you chose to have one. I do, and I keep only the essentials there: soft, incandescent lighting for reading a good book, a scented candle, and my cell phone, which now serves, as it does for many, as my alarm clock. A charger, tucked away so the cord is barely visible, ensures my phone’s just as recharged and ready for the new day as I am.
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Considering we spend almost a third of our lives in bed, our master bed may be the single most important piece of furniture in our homes. If you count all the hours we allot to plumping pillows, smoothing sheets, straightening shams, and fussing over how the whole thing looks, we spend as much time on our beds as in them. Yet the results never look as good as pictures in magazines. Enough, already. I am a busy person and so are you. Here's a fool proof system to make a bed inviting enough to make it hard to say goodbye each morning. Virtually any bed looks beautiful if it has a woman lying naked in it, on her side, seen from behind, with a sheet carelessly draped across her bottom. We could try that, I suppose, but I don't know if it's sustainable. What about on days we have to go into the office? How can I make it look good then? Easy! You have to get to the heart of it—what is your bedroom for? Your bedroom is the most private room in the house, and it should be the most personal. Your bed should feel like the ultimate sanctuary and make you happy every time you get into it. So gone are fussy pillows—remember the era of "my husband has to throw 14 tiny pillows onto the floor so he can get into bed?" It's over. . Here are some tips to make the right choice for yours. Follow these guidelines, and you’ll sleep easy knowing you’ve made smart choices. •Start with a great foundation. The most vital part of any master bed is the mattress. Mattresses range in price from a few hundred rand’s to several thousands of rand’s. But no single mattress is right for everyone, and the bed that’s best for you may not have the highest price. Personal preference is key, so be prepared to invest in what’s best for you. •Try before you buy. Feel intimidated climbing onto a mattress in a store and settling down as if about to take a nap? Don’t. That’s exactly what you should do – and what the staff at any reputable establishment expects. Take enough time to determine whether a bed’s level of support is right for you. When in doubt, opt for the slightly firmer choice. Ever stay at a hotel or resort where you enjoyed an unbelievable night’s sleep atop a bed that was just perfect? Inquire about the make of mattress the hotel provides guests. Upscale hotels even offer the mattresses and bedding they use for purchase, for guests who want to experience the same level of comfort at home or ask us at Good Night Linen. We know. •Know what you’re hopping into bed with. If you’re sensitive to chemicals, play close attention to the contents of a mattress. Research natural options like those using cotton fabrics, Bamboo or horsehair. Many cheap imitation mattresses contain synthetic materials like formaldehyde and polyurethane foam, which “offgas,” releasing smelly and potentially toxic volatile compounds. It’s enough to make anyone lose sleep, which is decidedly against the point when it comes to beds. If you’re bothered by the smell a mattress gives off in the store, steer clear, because it’s not likely to smell better once you get it home. A good mattress does not smell like plastic. •Protect your investment. We’ve established a good mattress is not only a worthwhile luxury but an investment as well, so think about purchasing a mattress protector, which guards against dander and is obviously much easier to launder than a mattress. Flipping your mattress every other month, in addition to taking a vacuum brush to its exterior, will also help your mattress stay in top condition and ensure you do not forfeit your warranty and guarantee. •In bedding, thread count counts – but only so much. Thread count can be an important indicator of quality, but what matters most is what those threads are made of: specifically, the thread’s fibers. Cotton-polyester sheets may last longer, but all cotton sheets – specifically, those woven with “Supima,” or “Egyptian long-staple” cotton – will yield a softer, finer hand. •What you’ll give up in sheen and longevity, you’ll gain in comfort. Consider having at least 3 sets of bedding: it’ll increase the longevity of each set and - invest in white. It will give you different seasonal options to help change up the look of your master bedroom. If you’re worried about cost, start with a well fitted fitted sheet and flat sheet. The rest can be added on as time allows your budget, know that bedding doesn’t have to cost a fortune to be fabulous if you have believed to invest in quality. •Take cover. The main purpose of a Duvet Inner is warmth. For this purpose, you may want to have two: one for summer and a heavier one for winter but if space does not allow go for an All-season Duvet Inner. A Good Quality Micro Fiber is an ideal choice for an all-season inner. When properly laundered and care for, your Micro Fiber Duvet Inner will keep you cool when you want to be cool and warm when you’re hoping for a toastier slumber. Pillows are also a luxurious place to lay one’s head, but go with a choice that provides the level of support your neck needs. Not too soft and not too hard. A good pillow must be flexible, breathable and maintains its shape as your turn your head and body during the night. •Make sure you’ve got a good bedside manner. Now that your bed is outfitted to perfection, the last thing to consider is the bedside table, if you chose to have one. I do, and I keep only the essentials there: soft, incandescent lighting for reading a good book, a scented candle, and my cell phone, which now serves, as it does for many, as my alarm clock. A charger, tucked away so the cord is barely visible, ensures my phone’s just as recharged and ready for the new day as I am.