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Room & Board
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Riley Bedroom by R&B
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Our exclusive 100% cotton percale sheets combine top-stitch
“Color” — nikimarieclark
Room & Board
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Moda Loft Bed with Desk in Mocha by R&B
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Our exclusive 100% cotton percale sheets combine tailored
“Loft bed” — jayhawk78
KUBE architecture
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N Street Residence
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Egyptian cotton sheets 100 percent only are the best sheets
the fabric is 100 percent that material. Some growers use the term "Egyptian cotton" loosely, however — true Egyptian cotton is grown and processed according to specific stipulations. Be sure you're buying from a quality manufacturer and again, feel the material for softness.
Egyptian, pima and Sea Island cottons are the gold standard, so look for those terms on the packaging and check to be sure the fabric is 100 percent that material. Some growers use the term "Egyptian cotton" loosely, however — true Egyptian cotton is grown and processed according to specific
sheets - Egyptian, pima and Sea Island cottons are the gold standard, so look
“with trim, hinged doors” — catherinecarr
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Rough Linen
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Tricia Rose
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(these are from Rough Linen) or 100 percent cotton. Synthetic blends don’t breathe enough to release all the heat we generate during the night. Also, keep your sheets fresh. An old trick from the southern U.S. is to sprinkle some baby powder or talcum powder on your sheets. It will absorb sweat while you’re
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you’re sleeping and keep your sheets feeling fresh and clean.
(these are from Rough Linen) or 100 percent cotton. Synthetic blends don’t breathe enough to release all the heat we generate during the night.Also, keep your sheets fresh. An old trick from the southern U.S. is to sprinkle some baby powder or talcum powder on your sheets. It will absorb sweat while you’re
“reclaimed/driftwood headboard” — albypasutto
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
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Style Secret: Airy Palettes Cottage colors feel as soft and clean as a cotton sheet fresh from a clothesline. No jewel tones or shocking brights here — think white mixed with ivory mixed with cream. Layer in pale pinks, blues, greens
Style Secret: Airy Palettes Cottage colors feel as soft and clean as a cotton sheet fresh from a clothesline. No jewel tones or shocking brights here — think white mixed with ivory mixed with cream. Layer in pale pinks, blues, greens
Style Secret: Airy PalettesCottage colors feel as soft and clean as a cotton sheet fresh from a clothesline. No jewel tones or shocking brights here — think white mixed with ivory mixed with cream. Layer in pale pinks, blues, greens
“color and design” — indiaoverbey
Crisp Architects
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Crisp Architects
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this color on a plain sheet rocked ceiling? The beautiful beams seem to break it up and add so much character beside the fact that these ceilings are also beadboard.
I'm using cumulus cotton right now (inspired
The color is Cumulous Cotton by Benjamin Moore, it is a color we often use for sunroom and porch ceilings, I am sure it would look lovely on a plain sheet rocked ceiling.
The cumulus cotton paint color here seems to have more gray in it then the other porch ceilings on houzz that used Cumulous Cotton - I believe by the same architect. I love this shade & am going to use it on my porch ceiling. Thank you for your assistance!
Thanks! It is cumulus cotton by Benjamin
ceiling color is cumulous cotton by benjamin moore
“I really like the blue grey with bright white” — jtguardsred
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Bay Street
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A lower-thread-count sheet made from fibers that are softer by nature, such as Egyptian cotton, will feel silkier than a high-thread-count sheet made from a lower-quality cotton blend.
All other things being equal, high thread counts can indeed translate to increased comfort. Don't be tempted to buy 800- or 1,000-count sheets, however; you'll do just fine with a style in the 400 or
or 450 range. The extra thread count doesn't make enough difference in feel to justify the price. In fact, the highest-count sheets can even be stiff because so many fibers are jammed so closely together.
higher means softer. But that's not always the case. A lower-thread-count sheet made from fibers that are softer by nature, such as Egyptian cotton, will feel silkier than a high-thread-count sheet made from a lower-quality cotton blend.
“Pillows” — Allison
Jacqueline Glass and Associates
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Beautiful Bedroom
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Color palette, bedding. Tight quilting, white sheets and skirt.
Choose luxe bed linenWhen it comes to sheets, both quality (of the fibres and type of weave) and quantity (of the threads) matter. If you’re looking for bed linen that’s more luxurious than basic cotton sheets, try a set with a percale or sateen weave. Percale sheets feel smooth yet crisp, while sateen
Egyptian cotton sheets, the ultimate bedding material.Bamboo bed linen is another great option, as it’s eco-friendly and also hypoallergenic, so it’s suitable for allergy and asthma sufferers. Confused about thread counts? As a general rule, the higher the count, the softer and more durable your sheets will
11. Layer on the bedding. Start with a bed skirt, then layer on sheets and a blanket, tucked in together. Lay a duvet across the bed and pile on the pillows. The ones you sleep on can go in the back, Euro-size pillows in front and any throw pillows in front of those. Finish everything off with a throw
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