Bed Blankets For Sale - Plush-Loft Compression Blankets
When you think of bedding, what do you think of - thick woolens and thatchy feeling? Or do you think of soft, silky smooth flannel that feels so nice to the touch. In my mind, silk or Egyptian cotton makes all the difference, and when I want a great night's sleep, those fabrics are what I go for. So when it comes time to choose to bed, I want something that feels like cotton but doesn't have the weight or bulk.
When I'm shopping for bedding, I don't just walk into a retail store, look at the bed in a couple of different ways, decide which is best and then make my purchase. Instead, I spend hours researching all the different types of blankets on the market. And because I'm an educated shopper, I know that sometimes it's not the blanket that's at the top of my list.
For instance, did you know that some open weave wool blankets feel better than others? And I didn't realize that even open weave was an animal product! Open weaves are harvested from the underbelly of cows, and they're considered to be one of the highest quality fibers available. And because it's harvested in such a sensitive manner, these blankets feel softer to the touch. But it's not always the texture that makes a blanket good or bad.
Open weaves never undergo the same kind of wear testing as other fabrics, so when buying a new blanket, I make sure to ask the salesperson about its wear testing. Did the wool get crushed by my hands, or was it damaged by hand washing and dry cleaning? Because if it's not suffering from adverse effects, then I'm usually willing to pay more for it.
Closed weaves are another type of blanket that doesn't suffer from adverse effects from wear and tear like the open weave variety. But just like other closed blankets, it also undergoes rigorous tests before it is deemed worthy of selling. The best thing about these blankets is that they don't come with care instructions, but if you follow them, you won't have any problems keeping them in good shape.
Another type of wool blanket that's made to be tossed around is the baby blanket. It feels great against my skin, but my kids sometimes hate to lay on it because it's so hard and fluffy. Most of the time, a baby blanket doesn't last for a long time because it is made to grow with your child. But there are still great options out there like the organic cotton queen size blanket, which feels wonderful against my babies skin.
Last but not least, I'm going to talk about the bollinger style blanket. These blankets are also called branch waffle blankets because they consist of two layers. The center layer is made of a little waffle that bounces up and down like a mini wave. The second layer is made of a larger waffle that sticks straight up.
Now that we've discussed the three main types of wool blankets that most people would probably want to buy, it's time to make a short list of some deals that you can find. One of the best deals on these blankets would be to buy used. There are many stores that specialize in selling used items, like yard sales and thrift stores. You should also be able to find some good deals online, like Craigslist and eBay.
The other deals that you might want to check out would be the luxury bedding wool blankets or the l.l.bean brand. These luxurious wool blankets are made from the finest Merino sheep's wool in the world. Like the rest of the wool products in the L.l.bean collection, these blankets also feature a number of wash options.
When you go looking for a comforter for your next big bed, consider checking out the California King Size Bed Blankets. This bedding set offers you everything you could ever want for your California King Size Bed: a twin, queen, full, or California King Size bed sheet, pillow case, duvet, and comforter. If you don't have these things yet, but would like to upgrade to them later, the bedding set comes with a special wish list that includes pillow cases, duvet covers, pillows, pillow shams, valance, curtains, and bed skirts. The blanket and other bedding items came in two colors: one is light beige with grey monograms, and the second is a rich chocolate brown with golden accents.
You might also want to check out the unique New England Plush Loft Blankets. Made of 100% pure cashmere, these blankets are soft and warm. They have four great sizes to choose from: King to double queen, and single to twin. You will enjoy the soft, smooth fabric, and the excellent stitching, since it features a one-piece front construction. The blankets are machine washable, and they are made from high quality wool that's durable and easy to care for.