Published at Monday, October 07th 2019, 09:55:29 AM by Jacqueline Lamarre. Bedding
A bed is a bed is a bed. Um, not so much. There are more types of beds and mattresses than Carter has liver pills. I didn’t realize more than when my last bed collapsed on me and I had to go out and get a new one. If you think shopping for a new auto is tough, try shopping for a new bed with all the options you have. So, how many types of beds are there? Well, let’s see. Let’s start with your typical twin bed. A twin bed is basically a small bed for one person. Trust me on this. You don’t want to try to squeeze two people into a twin bed and if you’re really obese you may have trouble fitting into one of these as well.
You want everything well made so that they will hold up through long, hard use. Most bedding for children is made of cotton or polyester cotton blend fabric. As an adult, you may be very concerned with bedding that has a high thread count but kids very don’t really care about such things. They want bedding that looks interesting, is brightly colored and is smooth and soft. While high thread count sheets are soft, just about any bedding made from percale, which has a thread count of 180 or more, will be soft and smooth. Even sheets with thread counts of 120 are readily accepted by most kids. Kids care more about the patterns and designs on their bedding.
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