There are a wide range of types of bedding available, many of which are made from different fabrics. With each fabric having its own pros and cons, choosing which bedding material is best for you can be difficult. We’ve put together handy guides to various different bedding fabrics, from polyester to microfibre, to help you make the decision a little easier.
In this post, we’re going to discuss the many benefits of cotton bedding and help you decide if this is the bedding for you…
Popular staple fabric
For centuries, cotton has been one of the staple fabrics used across the globe. Cotton is a soft, fluffy fibre that grows around the seeds of the cotton plant, native to tropical and subtropical regions across the world. This is then spun into yarn or thread, ready to be used in clothing, bedding and much more. We have a huge selection of cotton bedding sets for you to choose from at Homefords.
Benefits of cotton bedding
It’s no surprise this fabric has been used to create bedding for hundreds of years with the many benefits:
Cotton will regulate your body temperature naturally, helping to keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. It is also very breathable, helping to absorb the heat from your body throughout the night so you won’t wake up hot and sticky, even in the hottest climate.
Soft on the skin
Cotton bed sheets get better over time, becoming softer and gentler on the skin. If you suffer with sensitive skin, you may find cotton bedding to be the ideal solution for you. Naturally hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial and soft, cotton bedding is a great choice for those with allergies or children.
As well as giving you a great night’s sleep, cotton bedding will also help you to save money as your sheets will last a long time. The standard of cotton bed sheets will also enhance over time, so will become better the longer you have them.
Disadvantages of cotton bedding
Cotton bedding also has a few disadvantages, meaning it’s not the best choice for particular situations:
Susceptible to wrinkling
Cotton bedsheets can wrinkle easily, so they may be time consuming when it comes to kitting out hotels or large accommodation if you need to iron out each bed sheet.
Cotton bedding can take a while to break in and become comfortable to your own needs. That said, once they do settle in, they will last a long time with plenty of comfort.
We’re ready to help
If you’re struggling to find the right bedding for you, Homefords is here to help. Our team of experts can help guide you through the various styles of bedding to find the ideal set for you. Get in touch with us today to see how we can help you.