Thursday, October 25, 2012
Since the chilly weather is officially starting to settle in, it's time to prepare your bedding for the winter months ahead. Let's start with the basics – your sheets. Flannel sheets are the most classic option to keep you warm and comfy through the night. Flannel sheets are also made more durable than in recent years and are now even stylish!
For instance, check out these Tommy Hilfiger Printed Flannel Sheets in fun prints.
And if you're not daring enough to spice up your sheets but still want the added warmth and comfort, Tommy Hilfiger Flannel Sheets are also available in Solid Navy.
Down comforters have been coined as the warmest and softest type of comforters to top your flannel sheets, but not only are down comforters expensive, many people are allergic to the goose down feathers that used to fill true down comforters. I suggest Down Alternative Comforters made with synthetic fills that are naturally hypo-allergenic to imitate the warmth padding power of goose down.
I love the new Eddie Bauer Nordic Plaid 100% Down Alternative Polyester Micro Suede Comforter as it features a plaid design on one side and a solid reverse side, so there is no need to invest in a duvet cover that is required for most down comforters.
Now that your bedding is prepared to keep you warm and toasty at night, you'll be able to turn down the thermostat a few degrees at bedtime to save on energy costs.