Coffee With Bedside: August 7th, 2019
Happy Wednesday, Everyone! We are back with Coffee With Bedside and here to answer a couple more frequently asked questions. If you missed last week, we focused on down comforters and pillows since our Annual Down Sale is going on the entire month of August.
I am looking for a nice wedding gift for a close relative that isn’t on their registry. Do you have any suggestions?
How thoughtful! Yes, we often get customers coming in to shop for wedding gifts for friends and family. Below are a few great options at different price points.
The Terzo Cotton Throw by Sferra is under $100 and makes for a lovely gift! Available in multiple colors, the throw is made from brushed cotton which gives it a nice texture and finished with a twisted fringe. The soft color palette will work in the bedroom or living room! Other options in the same price range are the Pezzo and Celine throw.
Set of Towels:
Getting new, fresh towels is always such a treat! The Auberge Towels by Matouk are a unique and thoughtful gift. You can get two sets (wash, hand, and bath) for approx $150.00. It is a fun way to add the new initials into the couples home.
Looking for something solid? Try the Milagro or Bello Towels
A beautiful blanket would be very generous gift for newlyweds as a higher price point gift. This item is something that they could have in the home for years to come. We recommend picking a neutral color like white, ivory or a soft gray which will coordinate with different colors in the home.
The Chatham Blanket by Matouk is a lightweight waffle blanket made from 100% cotton in Portugal. The queen size is under $200.00 and is available in a couple colors. Another option is the Riano Blanket by Sferra. Although it is a little more expensive, it is a lovely all-season blanket. Plus the basket weave pattern and luminous surfaces gives it a sophisticated look.
Do you recommend only using linen in the summer?
We touched base on this question a bit on our post about percale vs sateen. Since linen can have a more relaxed look, many people associate it only to being used for the summer and warmer climates. Due to linen being a natural fiber it will keep you warm in the winter and cooler in the summer. Linen can be a very luxurious sleep experience. If you love sleeping on linen, you can definitely use it year-round! Want to try it out? Here are some beautiful suggestions: Classico by Sferra, Private Label Linen, Terra by Matouk.
See you next week!