While down comforters are the most common choice for cozy bedding, there are quite a few reasons why you might want to choose an alternative bed set. For example, you might be allergic to the goose feathers, or you may dislike how those comforters weigh you down at night. You might even dislike the occasional sharp feathers that poke out at uncomfortable angles.
So, if you don’t want a down comforter, what are your other options? Well, below are the three best alternatives available on the market today.
As we all know, babies have beautifully soft skin. However, their delicate skin isn’t yet accustomed to the harsh world and can be surprisingly sensitive. So, what’s a simple way you can protect your child’s skin?
The answer is to invest in a lovely set of bamboo bedding for their crib. You may be surprised by that answer, but a baby bamboo bed set can help sensitive skin in three ways. Continue reading
Chances are that your bedding is made out of cotton, or even a heavier flannel cotton in the winter, but unless your thread count is about a million it is time to try the alternative. You may think that bamboo only belongs in the belly of a panda bear or in martial arts movies, but you would be oh so wrong. Bamboo bedding is relatively new, but understanding the benefits will make you a bamboo believer. Continue reading
Organic bamboo bedding, like bamboo bed sheets, bamboo comforters, and bamboo duvet covers, have become increasingly popular within the past few years, partly due to its eco-friendliness. However, bamboo is relatively new so many people don’t know what the other pros and cons are to bamboo bedding. To help you make an informed decision the next time you need to buy new bedding, we’ve compiled a list of the pros and cons of bamboo bedding below.