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How to Make your Bed | How to Put Sheets on a Bed

Some of you might be thinking, “How does this help me? I already know how to make my bed!” Well, it’s not just about the bedding; it’s also about this daily life skill, valuable details, and presentation. So this blog hopes to teach you something new or remind you of some old tricks that will save both time and frustration.

This blog has features links for various items we used as part of the bed-making process, ranging from 100% Egyptian cotton sheets, our mattress to our mattress topper. 

If you choose to use our links, we may earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. 

Where shall we begin?

Let’s start with the end in mind; what is the outcome that you are looking for?

For instance, let’s take a hero bed with a 12-inch mattress on it; it will have a sheet set with a fitted sheet, flat sheet, two regular pillowcase covers, two pillowcase shams, and a duvet cover. We will show you how to make it beautiful too.

The fitted sheet

Your mattress needs protection from stains and liquids you might spill. The best type of protection is a fitted sheet which will keep your mattress well protected. Your fitted sheet should have elastic around it.

Take your fitted sheet and make sure there are no wrinkles in the fabric; hold it up by one of the corners and let gravity do its job. Don’t put your iron directly on the sheet.

Lining the corner up

  • To line it up to get your corners lined up, put your hand inside by the edge of your sheet corner and take your other hand.
  • Hold it very high-quality elastic put the corner on the corner of your mattress.
  • Line them up and then hold them there while you tuck them around your bed

That way, you’ll get a nice smooth corner, then tuck.

The flat sheet

Tip: Make sure the tag is at the bottom of the bed. It’s also much easier to do with two people.

To make the sides even, you want to line up the top with the top of the bed and pull it down to make it tight. You want to make sure that your sheets are inside-out, so when you fold it down for your pillows and if you have a blanket, you’ll fold it down with the sheet that will show the most beautiful part of the sheet-like the six-inch double hemstitch detail.

Hospital kind of tuck

  • Take your ends, pull them tight, tuck, try kind of put your hand and smooth and then take this edge over and tuck tight then. Make sure all your sides are tucked tight.

Note: 100% cotton sheets are a natural product, and as such, they’re going to wrinkle if you have 100% Egyptian cotton. Beware, according to the cotton Egyptian Association, 90% of them are fakes. Real ones cost you a little bit more and are so smooth, no soft, and very durable.

Buffy comforter

You want to line this up with the top of the sheet to ensure your edges are the same. The comforter needs to cast the bedsheet as you don’t want the bedsheet poking out there underneath.

You take the top of the comforter and the top of your sheet and put it halfway down, and straighten it. The top of the sheet should be showing the details or pattern. Check out the Parina link; it comes with two regular pillowcases and has a duvet cover. It comes with two shams with a hidden zipper inside.

The buffy comforter is a percent natural and wrinkles.

Finding the invisible zip

Pillows

I’ll show you how to fold over and invisible all right so you want to

  • Put your hand inside the pillowcase, find the corner match it up with the corner of your pillow
  • On each side corner to corner then hold it and then fold down
  • Last, of all you turn it over and find the hidden zipper; get across up two layers of pillows make sure you get all the edges to the crease

Standard size pillowcases

For this, we use box stitch detail once, and with care, Parina also has this envelope style so that you won’t have those loose ends just hanging out of the size of your pillows. It gives it a nice finished edge. 

Two ways to put pillowcases on

To make it easier to put a pillow in a pillowcase holder.

  • Put your harm, put it in the middle of the pillow, fold it in half, take your cover, and put it inside, and then again, we’re going to match up the corners and pull it fast and easy. You also have this piece of fabric that comes right over the top and then doesn’t show the pillow and makes a nice edge.
  • The other method is to take your pillowcase, turn it inside out, lay it on top of your pillow, then take your other arm, your arms and take it and find the corners; match them up with the pillow corners.

The decorative pillows

To add a little bit of color and contrast, you might want to use colorful decorative pillows to lift the color scheme.

Let us know which one you do prefer or use the most!

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