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Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to Super Tips to Enhance Every Room With Lamps13 December 2017

For the bedroomConsider: table lamps, floor lamps, sconcesLamps can provide mood lighting in a bedroom. When it comes to picking bedside lamps, remember to choose ones that are slightly smaller than those in your living room. Your lamps should work as ornamental additions to your room and not pose as distractions. Also, by choosing smaller models, you’ll be left with more space on your night stand for other things.Pick table lamps that are complementary to the palette of your room. Consider a colour that matches your headboard or your pillows, for instance. The oyster satin cushions that helm the pillow arrangement in this room are beautifully matched by these silver-hued contemporary lamps, lending the space a dreamy, romantic vibe.

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Pia Sinha added this to How to Choose the Best Pillow for the Perfect Sleep5 July 2017

Sleeping style: Side sleepersIf, like most people, you prefer sleeping on your side, you’ll want to go with the loftiest pillows available. You’re looking for a firm and high pillow that fills the distance between your ear and the shoulder. Opt for a traditional or contoured memory foam pillow and/or latex pillows. They work to better support your head at the right angle, and will not flatten as easily as the polyester or down varieties. Tip: For side sleepers and women in particular, it’s beneficial to place a soft pillow between their knees to keep the upper hip aligned while sleeping.Learn how to turn your bedroom into the ultimate slumber cave

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ID 12 FL19 LIANG YONGQI added this to Sustainable Soft Finishes9 October 2019

2. I like silk material used in the bed. Because it very smoothly and beautiful.

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Milano Wong Interiors added this to Sustainable Soft Finish7 October 2019

#1 SILK Since ancient times the fiber has been cultivated from silkworms which subsist completely on the leaves of mulberry trees. This process can have be low impact because mulberry trees are resistant to pollution and easy to grow

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