Amilee Ava
by on October 11, 2022
Colours and patterns of pillowcases and sheets. How do you choose? Many people may say they are choosing their favourite colour for some reason. But if it's a big deal, you want to choose pillowcases and sheets that are easy to sleep in. Sleep Advisor, will guide you in choosing a sleep-friendly colour.

The colour of nature = earth colour is the colour to sleep

Fabrics such as pillowcases and sheets.

While there are many colours and patterns to choose from, it can be difficult to choose. We choose our favourite colours and patterns, but what colours give us a good night's sleep? It is said that colours close to nature = earth colours make it easier to get a good night's sleep. For example, browns such as beige and brown. This is the same as the tree trunk, soil colour, and skin colour in nature. It calms and relaxes the mind. Soft pink duvet cover and pillowcases close to beige. A bed throw made of quilted fabric in a similar colour. White pillows and cushions make the impression even softer and calmer. In addition, the colour of forests and leaves, and the colour that symbolizes nature, is green. In addition to suppressing excitement and lowering blood pressure, it is also said to promote the ability to create muscles, bones, and body tissues. Blue is the colour of the sky and sea. It also has the effect of calming the mind and letting you fall asleep smoothly. If you have problems such as having a hard time falling asleep or having a light sleep and want to improve the quality of your sleep, I would like you to choose this earth colour duvet cover or pillowcase first.

On the contrary, are any colours that should be avoided?

You want to avoid bright colours such as red, purple, and orange that jump into your eyes so that you don't get nervous or wake up and have trouble falling asleep. Blue, which I introduced earlier as a sleepy colour, is said to be more relaxing than vivid blue. Anyway, the point is not to overstimulate the brain. If you want to use a vivid colour as an accent colour, it's OK.

But what about people who like bright colours like red, purple, and orange?

I agree. Basically, I think it's best to choose your favourite colour. For this reason, we first ask our customers what colour they like, and some prefer vivid colours such as red.In such a case, I recommend choosing a pattern with red in part or using red for small items such as cushions as an accent colour. Sheets, pillowcases, and duvet covers are unified in pure white. The bed throw is a pale purple accent. You can also use accessories such as cushions to add colour. You can get a good night's sleep and create stylish hotel-like bed space. There are patterned fabrics, but is it safe to avoid them because they do not stimulate the brain? Please let me know if you have any tips on how to choose. No. There is no problem with patterns. Some customers want to show their individuality in their bedrooms. However, the point is to choose a fine rather than a large pattern. This is a bedsheet with a paisley pattern and dots on the back. Although it is patterned, the pattern itself is delicate, and the colour is brown, which is an earth colour, so the overall tone is subdued. It gives a warm and stylish impression. In addition, the pure white mattress cover is combined with a moderately strong effect.

Regarding patterns and colours, I'm at a loss as to whether or not I should have them all. Is there a point to match?

It depends on your preference, but in the sense that you can make a difference, we suggest matching the colour and pattern of the pillow cover and futon cover and using a different colour for the mattress cover. For example, as in the interior above, if you use patterned pillowcases and duvet covers, you can make the mattress cover plain white. This will bring out more colours and patterns.

You can change it according to the season or mood, just like changing clothes.

Do you have any other tips for choosing fabrics?

Customers often ask us about the colour of the furniture in the bedroom and the balance with the colours of other fabrics such as curtains.If the furniture has a lot of subdued brown colours, such as wood grain and beige, the fabric should be blue or green to add brightness. The room will have a dark impression if you combine black and other fabrics with furniture in subdued colours. Also, unlike other interiors, fabrics such as duvet covers and pillowcases are easy to change. Some customers use warm colours such as beige in the cold winter to bring out the warmth and in the summer to bring out the coolness with cool colours such as blue. After that, I was changing the bed's fabric was fun, just like changing clothes. In any case, we hope that you will remember that colours that are easy to fall asleep = earth colours and that you will create a comfortable bedroom space.
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