The Bedding Snob

Cultivating relaxation need not leave you starving for style …

Let Spring In! Part II

You’ve done the dirty work of cleaning & have started to “springify” your bed, changing out your cozy flannels for something crisp & cool, like our very springy Daisy Percale or our pastel-hued Organic Percale Bedding.

It’s also time to pack up your heavy winter comforter & bring out a lighter one.  We offer both a blanket weight & a summer weight comforter.  I know, it can seem a little confusing because we also offer blankets.  Think of it this way, a blanket weight comforter gives you the warmth of about one light to mid-weight blanket, but with the airiness of a comforter.  A summer weight comforter would be the next level up, allowing for a tiny bit more insulation & a wee bit more “poof!” to your comforter.  If you prefer to keep the same comforter on year round, our level one weight would be your best bet.  For more information, check out our web article “How to Choose a Cuddledown Comforter.”

But be sure to air our your comforters! Hanging a comforter from an open window actually helps increase the longevity by evaporating any existing moisture among your fill – & it’s picturesque too! Not to mention it’ll leave your comforter (& your bed) smelling spring fresh!

Swapping out your pillows isn’t a bad idea either.  A good habit to get into is actually using TWO pillows per person – changing them out on alternate days.  That way while you’re using one pillow, the other is airing out, again increasing longevity by evaporating any moisture buildup.

To get you motivated to get (& keep) your room all nice & tidy, here are some lovely, inspiring bedroom pics:

Design by David HertzDesign by Lori Dennis

from PointClickHomefrom Martha Stewart - Unlikely Alliances

Happy cleaning!

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Via (from clockwise):  HGTV, HGTV, MarthaStewart, PointClickHome, .

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