One of the bedding buzzwords you may have heard a lot recently is hypoallergenic. It's an essential feature of bedding but, surprisingly, not many people know what it means. But what, exactly, does it mean for bedding to be hypoallergenic?
Common household items are amazing. The number of things you can do to repurpose them boggles the mind. One of the more useful items in your home is a flat bed sheet. Join us today in getting creative with your bed sheets. Stretch your mind, and enjoy a few more ways to recycle an old bed sheet than you ever imagined.
For most people, the bedding in your home just sort of accumulates. There's the heirloom quilt from your grandmother, the throw blanket you bought for that road trip, and half a dozen other sets of sheets. But almost no one has a perfect year-round bedding set for each bed in their home. And don't you wish you did?
For many fabrics, knowing the material tells you almost nothing about how the sheets are going to feel. Whether it's cotton, linen, or a cozy natural blend, it's all about the weave. So, let's dive into how to pick the best organic sheets for a better night's sleep.
Most likely you're aware that a third of our lives are spent in bed—that's a lot of time in bed! But did you know that one of the causes of a good night's sleep is your sheets, pillows, and comforters? So we're enlightening you with 12 facts about beds, bedding, and how to make the most of your time in dreamland.
Drifting off to dreamland involves more than turning out the lights. Learn how you can turn your bedroom into a sleep sanctuary and create the perfect sleep environment.
It used to be shopping for organic food was an arduous task, almost an exercise in futility, as most stores would give you a blank stare when you asked where they kept the organic produce. And of course, nowadays, almost every grocery store has jumped on the organic bandwagon to some extent.