By Darcel Leroux. Bedspreads. Published at Monday, December 04th, 2017 - 21:18:00 PM.
Duvets and bedspreads come in different thicknesses. If you live in a warm climate, you might find that light cotton and flannel materials are best for absorbing nighttime sweat while being very cool and breathable. Cold seasons can be combated with wool, or with polyester.
The bedding you choose will make a difference in how comfortable you are in your own bedroom. When searching for a new bedspread or comforter set, you'll notice quite a selection available. When it comes to bedding, you want something that suits your personality and style but it also needs to be practical. This is something that you'll be using everyday so it should be a sensible purchase. With so many different styles and sizes available it can be a little difficult to choose the one that suits your needs the best.
A luxury cotton bedspread will have a substantial weight, probably 3 kilos or so (around 7lbs). Sadly many pieces of fabric offered as bedspreads are barely more than dustsheets. High quality woven cotton bedspread fabrics can be machine washed, tumble dried and should not need ironing.
Some bedspreads have down fillings to keep them extra warm. A heavy bedspread for the night can be used to save energy on the heating bill if you lower the thermostat every night. Real down comforters reflect body heat back to you so you can stay warm. They also absorb sweat if they get too hot during the night. The body cool during the night, so might be useful to have a bedspread that keeps you warm even on chilly mornings.
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