When selecting new bedding the most important aspect, besides the color of course, is quality. You need your new bedding to be durable against stains and pulls. The bedding that we specify to our clients is unbeatable when it comes to quality. We have a few different manufacturers that we like to work with because of their amazing quality. Thread count is important to consider, the higher the better. The type of thread is critical too. Long staple fibers are best because they are less likely to break, unravel, or pull. The fabrics our manufacturers use are hypo-allergenic. The fill in the comforter can distinguish a good quality one from an average one. A down comforter really speaks for itself if you have ever experienced one. There are down alternatives as well, but using down in the comforter and pillows sets the bedding apart from others. The comforters we specify are hand crafted. They use a box design for ultimate loft and depth. They even come in special sizes in case you are one of the lucky people who have a super king bed! Double needle stitching is used along the edges of every comforter and pillow to ensure durability. To top it all off, our bedding is made in the U.S.A.
“Can I clean it?” is another one of those important questions. Just as important as the quality. If you have kids, pets, or simply really like to serve breakfast in bed, then you need bedding that is easy to clean. Thankfully, our manufacturers know that. They use fabrics that make cleaning a breeze. Fabrics like 100% Egyptian cotton or a polyester blend make your job a lot easier. They are stain resistant and durable. Other washable fabrics include linen and all kinds of blends. In the photo to the left you can see an adorable set of matching bedding for two girls. Your kids can have gorgeous bedding too!
Occasionally, designer bedding can look out of place in a bedroom if there is not anything to complement it. Incorporating your bedding into the room’s design is crucial because a room needs to have balance. While that may sound scary to some, it is actually quite simple. There are many ways to incorporate a focal point, such as new bedding, into a room. Adding other similar accents is one of the most straightforward and simplest ways to do just that. In the photo you can see the fine bedding is the focal point, but it is surrounded by similar fabrics. The drapery is the same fabric as the shams. There is also a cute little ottoman at the foot of the bed wearing the same fabric. Painting is a quick way to draw the colors of the bedding to the walls. Accessories help a great deal in pulling the colors around the room. Using the bedding as your room’s inspiration allows you to draw patterns and colors to the rest of the room so that your bedding fits in and doesn’t seem out of place.
When it comes to quality, designer bedding can’t be beat. The thread counts are high, the fabrics are strong and the design is one-of-a-kind. Made here in the USA the bedding is cleanable and durable. Incorporating your new bedding is as easy as updating your drapery or wall color. Hopefully I was able to answer your questions about designer bedding and all that comes along with it. If you are ready to make your bedding selections, contact us at Florida Living Quarters today, and an interior designer can assist you in creating your dr