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Primitive bedding is a popular style nowadays. Choosing the right type of primitive bedding helps determine your level of comfort when you are sleeping. Even though you are using the best mattress, the comfort of your sleep space depends on the material and quality of the comforter, sheets, blanket, or duvet. There is a wide range of weave, designs, materials, and the like available to those who love the primitive style. We’re here to help you find the right primitive bedding for you.


Essential Parts of Primitive Bedding  

Each part of a primitive bedding set provides a different kind of coziness, texture, and function. When it comes to purchasing primitive bedding, the first part includes pillowcases, a top sheet, and fitted sheet. The fitted sheet is the first layer of the bedding. The top sheet is the second layer, which lies over the fitted sheet. They usually have decorative trimming.

The sheets and pillowcases guard mattresses and pillows from damage such as wear and tear and protect you from dried skin and creepy crawlies that accumulate over time. The next layer includes comforters, duvet covers, bedspreads (or coverlets), and quilts.

The finishing touch of any primitive bedding ensemble is the pillows. Not only do they play a vital role in how comfortably and soundly you sleep, they are a way to add a boost of primitive style. It is advisable to replace your pillows every 12 to 18 months as the fill tends to deteriorate, reducing its comfort. Typically, a standard arrangement of primitive bedding is a combination of throw pillows and bed pillows.


Factors to Consider  

The following are some factors to consider when looking to buy primitive bedding for your home.


Know the different types of weaves. When it comes to choosing the weave for your primitive bedding, it is a matter of personal taste and preference. But popular choices are sateen and percale. Sateen is a type of satin weave that is silky smooth to the touch, while percale is a typical grid-like weave that is crisp and light.


Thread count is not a significant factor. There are manufacturing methods that enable companies to manufacture primitive bedding with high thread counts, but it does not equate to an increase in quality. 300-500 thread count is a balance between strength and softness. Primitive bedding with over 500 thread count does not necessarily indicate that it is better.


Take into account your mattress when choosing primitive bedding. King, queen, or other standard sizes do not account for the depth of the mattress. So, if you have an extra tall mattress or use a mattress topper, it is best to take measurements before buying your primitive bedding to ensure a proper fit.


Know the fiber content. An excellent choice for primitive bedding is 100% cotton because it is durable and soft. There are also more durable and softer versions of cotton for your primitive bedding, such as premium Pima or Egyptian. Also, you may consider a blend of cotton and polyester for your primitive bedding. The polyester makes the product affordable, resistant to wrinkling, and more durable.


Pick your style.  After all these practical considerations comes the best part of your search for the perfect primitive bedding. At Nana’s Farmhouse, we have a wide selection of primitive bedding styles to suit any taste or color scheme.


The staff at Nana’s Farmhouse is always available to answer questions or help you pick out the perfect ensemble to match your primitive style. Don’t hesitate to send us a message or give us a call!

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