Custom Freemasonry Blue Bedding Set

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Custom Freemasonry Blue Bedding Set

The condition of our bedrooms and, most importantly our beds and bed linen, is a major contributor to the quality of sleep we get each night.

Studies show that bedmakers are happier, more productive, stick to budgets and have a more restful sleep than non-bedmakers (you know who you are). There are even sleep doctors whose sole purpose it is to teach us this basic principle.

1. HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT DUVET & PILLOWS FOR YOUR BEDDING

Custom Freemasonry Blue Bedding Set

Before you start with the more luxurious bed linens and accessories, think about the foundations of your bed. A bed is not a bed without a cloud-like duvet (and by cloud-like we mean those fluffy cotton wool types) or some perfectly suited pillows.

“After about 10 years use, your duvet may need replacing,” advises Sue, a one-time Harrods buyer for over 30 years. “Select a duvet suitable for your bedroom. Think about if it is heated, etc. and how warm or cold you and your partner feel in bed.”

For duvets, one of the most important characteristics is its tog rating. If you are wondering what tog rating means, this is a measure of warmth and will ensure that you enjoy sleep at the optimum temperature for the season.

For summer, use a 2.5 to 4.5 tog; spring, autumn and general use, use a 9 to 10 tog; and for winter, a 12 to 13.5 tog.

All season duvets are the ideal scenario, Sue tells us, with “two duvets (of light and medium weights) which can used separately during spring, summer and autumn and then buttoned together to make a very warm one for winter.”

Custom Freemasonry Blue Bedding Set

2. HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST THREAD COUNT FOR YOUR BEDDING

Custom Freemasonry Blue Bedding Set

It might be second on the list but thread count is probably the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about bedding.

Truth be told though, most of us probably don’t know why we should be so preoccupied with it in the first place or why higher is apparently better. So what does thread count mean in regards to bed linen?

Sue reveals that “the quality of the bed linen will depend on the fineness of the yarn as well as the quality of the weaving and finishing processes.” As always, it’s more about quality than quantity.

3. HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST MATERIAL FOR BED SHEETS

Custom Freemasonry Blue Bedding Set

Most bed linen materials usually fall within the categories of cotton, silk or linen and, luckily, Sue tells us that “all are natural fibres which are breathable, thus helping to regulate body temperature.” But they do have specific functions which can be decided by your personal preference.

The classic, freshly-made bed material is undoubtedly one dressed in a cloud of pure cotton sheets. And not just any cotton, of course. “Egyptian cotton is one of the finest,” Sue reveals, “Being made from a long staple fibre, it gives a smooth, crisp finish.”

If you want super glossy hair and hydrated skin—meaning less wrinkles (and, honestly, who doesn’t?)—then opt for bedding made of a silk material.

The protein-infused structure of the silk strands in this bedding material is naturally equipped to tame locks and keep moisture close to the skin resulting in an improved morning face and less sightly bed head.

And don’t worry if you’re not a fan of the glossy finish—as with most bedding, silk-filled pillows and duvets also come with cotton material covers.

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