Nona Zimmerman. Bedding. January 19th , 2018.
The kids are so excited that you finally got them a bunk bed. It is all set up and looks beautiful in the bedroom. The kids sleep in it one night and the room looks a mess. The sheets are pulled out from under the mattress and the comforter has fallen on the floor. You attempt to make the bed up but it is a job. Why can’t your bunk bed look like all those beautiful pictures of bunk beds? You wonder if this bed was really a good choice. Well, don’t despair. With a few changes in your bedding, this bed can look as good as any other bed in the house and be easy to make too.
With the sheets fitting nicely, you might want a nice comforter on top. A regular comforter, bedspread or blanket will come off easily. They make a comforter for bunk beds called a bunk bed cap. It is also known as a bunkie, hugger or snuggler. The bottom is fitted so it stays in place during the night and makes up nicely during the day. These special comforters are not just for bunk beds. They work well on twin or full beds, trundle beds or any bed with a footboard.
Herbal Teas: Although herbal tea may not seem like your cup of tea (pun intended) it is one of the best ways to secure a good night's sleep. Just drinking herbal tea at night might not be enough but try drinking a few glasses a day and see how well you sleep! The natural compounds and anti-oxidants in herbal teas help to relax and relieve the body of stress.
Minky Bubbles Blue Baby Bedding. Adorable bubbles cotton print fabric, with coordinating cotton stripe. Soft pale yellow and green minky.Complete with matching accessories including: hamper, diaper stacker, toy bag, wicker baskets, valance, mobile, pillows, bolsters,lamp and lampshade. Fabric by the yard available.
Jennifer Bailey is a freelance writer who writes about home decorating, often focusing on a specific product such as mattresses.
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