Once upon a time, bed sheets were not considered as a thing of beauty. It was nothing but a rectangular piece of cloth used to cover the bed. But as time passed by, bed sheets have become an essential part of décor. Its vibrant color and texture adds a peculiar vibe to the bedrooms.
Just like clothes, people nowadays have developed a taste to shop for Organic Cotton Sheets and Duvet Inserts. While doing so, they are very particular about the quality and the color.
The demand for organic cotton sheets has relatively increased. People have come to terms with the goodness of organic cotton products and hence are replacing their old sheets to Organic Bed Sheets.
Organic Bed Sheets are made from pure organic cotton, which is grown in farms where soil is free from all harmful chemicals. Cotton is grown using components and techniques that have a low effect on the environment. In the United States the majority of organic cotton is produced by Texas Organic Cotton Marketing Cooperative (TOCMC) members. Globally, there is an increase of 10% of organic cotton production.
Cotton is a versatile and globally important fiber that is used in a variety of fiber and food products, making it one of the most widely traded commodities. The Organic Cotton Waffle Blanket is one such product made up of pure white chemical free cotton.
The thread count of organic blankets, duvet inserts determine it’s softness. The outer shell of duvet insert is typically made up of cotton while the inner has soft sheets with a minimum thread count of 300 GSM (gram per square meter). There are a couple of choices when it comes to duvet filling like down and alternative down. When choosing a down-filled duvet, one must look for the words “100% down,” “Pure down” or “All down.” Down are materials made from light, flossy clusters and plumules that are beneath the feathers of ducks and geese. If the duvet is only marked “down”, it might contain only 30% down and rest 70% would contain feathers. People allergic to feathers are not advised to go for duvets marked only as “down”.
The culture and society has educated people. An awareness of choosing the good over the bad has been developed in all with time. Though organic products are bit expensive, people are willing to spend on them because “Health is wealth”.