A comfortable night sleep is something we all desire. Aside
from sleeping the right
number of hours, the bed is
vital to how rested we feel in the morning.
Building up from the
mattress, start by protecting that mattress with a waterproof cover, then
add one to two inches of memory foam. Consider adding an extra layer of
comfort with an egg-crate-style mattress pad. Even if you have a
foam-topped mattress, you'll understand these additional levels of comfort
after your first night sleep. To keep these layers in place, add a sheet
Next, choose the best
sheets. People often attribute thread count to comfort in a bed sheet, but
the material they're woven from plays a significant role. Sheets with a
blend of cotton and polyester will wrinkle less, but cotton sheets breath
better. Cotton sheets with a lower thread count feel crisper against the
skin. The higher the thread count goes, the softer the sheets feel. Plus,
there are linen sheets, which are better when it’s hot.
Rest your head on the
right pillow. There are many options from feather, buckwheat hulls, and
foam-filled to ventilated and therapeutic pillows. Learn more about choosing the best
pillow before deciding to buy.
Finally, pick the right comforter.
This too may vary based on personal preference, climate, season, and the
weight you enjoy.
Of course, finish off
the look with decorative elements - pillows, a bed skirt, throw blanket, or
any other item that gives your bed a perfect home feel.
I hope you find the best
comfort and quality sleep possible.
Your Flooring Consultant
Matt "Have Sweet Dreams" Capell
President of Capell Flooring and Interiors
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