All types of businesses are taking advanced steps to enhance their cleaning and sanitation procedures. You may have seen what companies are doing on their websites, on televisions commercials, or on social media. The hospitality industry is no exception in learning about and incorporating new disinfecting steps into their properties. One particular linen we wanted to focus on that can help in slowing the spread of germs is pillow protectors. It is a product that can be overlooked when preparing bedding for guests, but it is vital in this day and age. We will highlight the importance of pillow protectors, how to wash them, popular pillow protectors, and similar products that can help keep your bedding protected.
These uncertain times may have you wondering how you can increase the longevity of your bedding. Ultimately, you want your bedding to last as long as possible. An overlooked method that can add to linen life is properly storing the bedding when not in use. Heavy blankets and comforters are not needed in the summer, and light sheets and top covers may not be useful in the winter time. You may also be experiencing a slow down due to COVID-19 and want to store linens not currently in use. You don’t want to leave them lying around the property unorganized and unprotected from the surrounding elements. This blog will provide some tips on how to properly store bedding.
How high in importance would you rank the type of sheet you use in making your bed the best it can possibly be?
When was the last time you thought about the quality and types of sheets you use for your guests?
Bed sheets are your biggest decision in making a bed, and there are a lot of factors in deciding which sheets would suit you best. Characteristics that could affect the sheet you may want to purchase include the material, the cost, and the length of time you hope the sheets will last.
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Bed coverlets have become a popular option as a topper for your guest’s bed. Guests find them appealing because they are decorative and versatile. If you are new to using a coverlet or deciding if you want to use one, you may be wondering what the best way to make the bed with a coverlet on top is. This blog will help prepare you with the best step-by-step process for creating your coverlet-topped bed.
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Innkeepers are filled with many difficult decisions about how to best serve their guests. It can range from decisions about where their inn should be located to what type of food they should serve. This doesn’t even include all of the bedding decisions that have to be made. One of the most important decisions is deciding what to put on top of the bed. Fortunately, there are many choices that can be made for the top of the bed including coverlets, bedspreads, and quilts. To help you with this decision process, this blog article will take a look at what makes coverlets unique and how they compare to bedspreads. Continue reading Coverlets or Bedspreads: The Innkeeper’s Preference →
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Beds come in all shapes and sizes, but they all have the same job: giving you – and your guests – a good night’s sleep.
But beds can only truly be comfortable when they’re outfitted with the right bedding, as anyone who’s ever wrestled with a too-small sheet can tell you.
That’s why we’ve put together this guide to standard mattress sizes and standard sheet sizes. Read on to learn how to measure bedding and mattresses to ensure a comfortable rest for you and your guests.
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How long have you had the pillow you sleep on every night?
Two years? Four years? Six?
When you check into a hotel, the pillows you sleep on will likely be much newer, as hotels replace pillows fairly frequently.
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Back in 2015, we wrote a blog post on the difference between quilts and coverlets. It was a topic that drew a lot of interest, which is why we’ve decided to return to the subject with this post, where we’re answering the question “What is a coverlet?”
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We’ve been in business long enough to have seen trends in the hospitality industry rise and fall. But when it comes to hotel, bed and breakfast, country inns and vacation rental properties bedding, one thing hasn’t changed: guests will always want comfort and quality.
That’s why we’ve decided to share these rules from Questex’s Hotel Management website on improving your return on investment with your properties’ bedding.
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At InnStyle, we’ve long offered products that carry the “certified organic” label, but what does that distinction really mean in connection to the organic cotton sheets, towels, etc. we sell?
Organic certification only applies to cotton grown according to strict requirements governing fiber production and processing and the use of pesticides and fertilizers.
In this blog post, we’ll look at two of the international organizations that certify organic products such as cotton sheets, cotton towels and other cotton products such as robes, duvets, etc..
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