Good Quality Bedding

Good quality bedding from major luxury bed linen manufacturers such as Belledorm, Peter Reed, Nimbus and Sheridan last for an extremely long time. This is very important as we spend an awful lot of time in bed so getting the most out of your sheets and duvet covers is a must. Research shows that we sleep an average of 8 hours a day, couple this up with one or two hours spent resting before we sleep and this is well over a third of the whole day in bed, wow are we really this lucky? So if you live to be over 75 you will have spent roughly 25 years in your bed, so now you know why it is important to buy the best bedding you can.

Sheridan Bedding

With the above in mind it is surprising that the vast majority of customers still troll the web in the search of cheap bedding as their first choice on the search engines such as Google and Bing. Do we really think about what we are buying or is price the first thing that enters our head? We are in a recession at the moment so now should be a better time to stop and just think about what we are buying and what is the best value for money in the long term. Cheap sheets are only good for a few years so you will be replacing them very soon. If this is done more than three times in five years it is more expensive than buying better quality bedding from Belledorm or Sheridan. Their sheets last well in excess of this time and you also get the quality and comfort from sleeping on premium quality luxury bed linen. You do actually get what you pay for, cheap bedding is normally made from a low grade cotton and polyester blend whereas the branded sheets are normally made from quality linen such as Pima cotton and Egyptian cotton.

Peter Reed Egyptian Cotton Bedding

Much is said about the source of the fabrics used in your cotton bedding, thread count, ply and finish are all important when it comes to the final outcome. We all want a bit of quality and opulence so paying that little bit extra for sheets that come with the hotel quality assurance is well worth it. Luxury bedding is woven using the latest technology as the higher the thread count the finer the cotton yarns, this means that the linen is made from long staple fibres that are stronger and last for longer. Peter Reed are at the pinnacle of the luxury bedding market, they produce exceptional linens that have be processed using craftsmanship that has been passed down through the years. Their knowledge of textiles is second to none and they only make bedding that is fit for royalty. Made entirely in the UK you can be rest assured of a premium product that will last for over 10 years or more. You will pay for the quality but once you have tried their sheets and duvet covers you will not want to sleep on anything else.

So next time you are looking to buy some luxury bedding, remember that the cheapest is not always the best value for money. Look at the brands you can trust as they will have luxury, quality and longevity built in. They have a name and reputation to protect so you know that they only produce the finest linens for you to enjoy. Some companies such as Belledorm go as far as to give you a full manufacturer’s guarantee on their Egyptian cotton bedding, this is currently seven years from the date of purchase. With such a promise you cannot go wrong, buy with confidence and trust your instincts.