A Custom cot bedding integral part of all the beds in the world. It gives a warm and comfortable feeling. The cot bedding comes with different colors, size, and quality of cloth. It is also washable to provide hygiene environment. It is an all-time question when you buy a bed.
In the earliest period of humankind, people prepared their bed from dried up leaves. They bedded with fur or dead skin of an animal. During 3400 BC, Egyptian pharaohs slept on a raised surface bedding with linen. It was a symbol of light, purity, and prosperity. People have used the bed linen for wrapping Egyptian mummies. Roman Empire mattresses was a composition of wool, feather, and hay. The bronze, silver, jewels, and gold were a source of decoration.
During the times of Renaissance, straw, and feathers covered with silks, and velvets or satin material. During the 18th century, Europeans used bed frames made from cast iron with cotton mattresses. In the recent times, the United States, consumers showed interest on innerspring mattress, followed by the waterbed.
The most common types of Custom cot bedding are a combination of white, solid-color or printed plain and satin weave. Goose or duck feathers are warm and lightweight. So it is used to fill quilts, duvets, and comforters. However, this fill can cause allergies in people. Cotton and wool are less expensive. But easy to clean compared to feathers. Synthetic fibers are the best in the version of thermos-fused. Bedding sizes factor depends on the bed dimensions. Bed sizes vary in all parts of the world, depending upon the country standards.
For toddlers, Microfleece is very famous. It is a synthetic wool material from polyester, which is light, soft, and breathable. It is hydrophobic (water repellent) and hence it is easy to clean. Combed cotton fabrics are softer and durable than normal cotton fabrics, but expensive. Followed by size, the thread count of bedding is most important factor. A percale weave is best suited for children. A percale weave is popular for their smoothness and softness. According to U.S. standards, percale sheets must have a 180 thread counts (least). Therefore, the customer can have a variety of bedding systems.