Fall is coming and it is now the time to focus on the best sheet and blanket options for the season! There are so many options out there that you can choose from to make your bed a haven to cuddle in. There are microfiber, cotton, or flannel bed sheets. There are down comforters, standard comforters, or even bed throws to select from. When deciding on the best sheet or blanket options, you have to take in all of the deciding factors before making the best choice you can.
Microfiber sheets are amazing. They are incredibly soft, smooth, and are made from small polyester fibers. The drawback with Microfiber, however, is the tendency to prevent the body from breathing. I personally do not like Microfiber because it makes you sweat a lot during the night. For autumn nights anywhere, you want to be able to breathe!
Cotton sheets come in so many varieties and thread counts. In my house, we prefer sateen sheets due to the soft feel. Cotton sheets are probably the best option for fall 2014 due to the fact that it breathes well and is incredibly durable. It comes in every style and color to match whatever decorating style you are going for.
For areas where it gets colder in the fall, flannel is a great choice for sheets. It is an incredibly soft fabric that keeps you warm throughout the entire night. It also is really durable and heavy.
Along with flannel, down comforters are great for colder climates. They help hold in the heat from the bodies they cover, keeping everything warmer. We live in an area where it is really warm, so I personally get way too hot under a big down comforter, but they seriously do get incredibly warm and cozy.
Standard comforters are exactly that: standard. They are pretty much the most versatile option you can get, which makes them probably the best option for the 2014 fall season. They are great in any climate, go with all decorating schemes, and can be used in any scenario. We use two on our bed because we both like to have our own. It prevents stealing each others.
Used in warmer climates or for people who tend to get hot quickly, bed throws are thinner blankets used on beds or as decorative accents on couches. I would probably suggest these only for situations like the above as they are shorter, thin, and flimsy blankets.
Regardless of the blanket or sheets you choose, always research before you make your purchase. There are countless options for any decorative or climate situation. Make the educated decision and just pick what is best for you and your family!