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Breaking Down Our Bedding Collection

Published on June 23, 2021

Our bedroom is where we begin and end our days. It should feel like a retreat—minimal and uncluttered—a place where we can be at rest. I love the look and texture of our bedding collection—it’s refined and layered with a lived-in comfort.

Good rest recharges us for the day ahead. Our bedding plays a key role in that—and learning about different types can help lead us towards a better night of sleep.

From color to care, we've broken down the two main types of bedding in our assortment: linen cotton and cotton mélange. You can’t go wrong with either one, but, with subtle differences, you may gravitate toward one more than the other. We’ve compiled all the info here—along with a few tips—to help you reach a comfier, cozier place to retreat.

Taking care of your bedding will add to its longevity and also help you get your best night’s sleep. Here are a few questions you may have, answered!

How often should I wash my bedding?

There’s nothing quite like fresh bedding straight out of the laundry—it’s recommended to wash your bedding (especially sheets) once every two weeks to keep them fresh and clean.

How often should I replace my sheets + what are signs of wear and tear?

Sheets should be completely replaced after 2-3 years.

Visible signs of wear and tear (thinning, yellowing, fading) are the most obvious indicators your sheets are past their prime, but there’s also a good chance you’ll start to feel when they’re less cozy.

How can I refresh my bedding in between washes?

Freshen up your bedding in between washes by gently misting your favorite scent of linen spray. We suggest lavender, eucalyptus, or jasmine—these are all light, calming scents to help you unwind.

Let’s get into the bedding we currently offer at Magnolia:

Linen Cotton Blend

The Details:

Soft, relaxed and inviting look

Thicker feel

Comfort all year long

What is the best washing and drying method for Linen Cotton bedding?

The Linen Cotton material is a more natural and low maintenance type of bedding. A major benefit of the fabric is that it looks best when it’s slightly wrinkled—which is the natural texture that makes this fabric unique and beautiful. Machine wash on cold, use non-chlorine bleach when needed, tumble dry on low and remove promptly. After a wash, if you prefer a tidier look, a light steam is all it needs.

Linen Cotton Colors

Sham — colors available: dusty green, charcoal stripe, ciel, white stripe, dove, optic white, ciel stripe

Duvet  — colors available: dusty green, charcoal stripe, dove, white stripe, optic white

Cotton Mélange Blend 

The Details:

100% cotton

durable and breathable

just right for everyday use

What is the best washing and drying method for my Cotton Mélange bedding?

For the best results, machine wash your cotton mélange bedding on a cold, gentle cycle with like colors. Tumble dry on low and remove promptly. If you like your bedding more refined, iron it for added freshness and less wrinkles.

Cotton Mélange Colors

Sheet set — colors available: optic white, oatmeal, ciel, dove, charcoal

Shams — colors available: optic white, oatmeal, ciel, dove, charcoal

Duvet — colors available: optic white, oatmeal, ciel, dove, charcoal

Our Bedding is Available In:

Sheet Sets — available in Cotton Mélange Blend

Duvet Covers — available in Cotton Mélange Blend  + Linen Cotton Blend

Shams — available in Cotton Mélange + Linen Cotton Blend

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