At Interiors 2 Suit U, your bedroom should be a sanctuary where you can unwind and relax after a long day.
Having clean and well-organized bedding is one way to make your bedroom feel even more peaceful.
Not only does it make your room look tidy and put-together, but it also promotes better sleep hygiene.
In this article, we'll share our top expert tips for storing your bedding, so you can rest easy in your bed knowing your linens are fresh and tidy.

Use airtight containers.
One of the best ways to store your bedding is using airtight containers.
These containers help to keep your bedding fresh and free from dust, dirt, and pests.
We recommend using airtight vacuum-sealed bags that take up less space than regular storage containers.
You can also use plastic containers with tight-fitting lids.

Store your bedding in a cool, dry place.
Humidity can cause your bedding to become musty and develop unpleasant odors.
Therefore, storing your bedding in a cool, dry place is essential.
We recommend storing your bedding in a closet or dresser rather than in a damp basement or attic.

Ottoman storage beds and divan beds with drawers are also great storage options.

Wash your bedding before storing it.
Before storing your bedding, make sure to wash it first.
Therefore, any accumulated dirt, dust, or allergens will be removed from the fabric. 
We recommend washing your bedding in warm water with a gentle detergent.
Be sure to follow the care instructions on the label of your bedding to prevent any damage.

Avoid using scented products.
While it may be tempting to use scented products to keep your bedding smelling fresh, we recommend avoiding them.
Scented products can irritate sensitive skin and may contain harmful chemicals.
Instead, use natural products like lavender sachets or cedar chips to keep your bedding fresh and free from pests.

Fold your bedding neatly.
To keep your bedding looking its best, folding it neatly before storing it is crucial.
We recommend folding your bedding in thirds, starting with the fitted sheet, then the flat sheet, and finally, the pillowcases.
The fabric will be less likely to wrinkle and crease when done.

Label your bedding containers.
If you have multiple bedding sets, it's a good idea to label your containers to help you quickly find what you need.
You can use masking tape and a permanent marker to label each container with the bedding size and the fabric type.

Rotate your bedding regularly.
You should rotate your bedding sets regularly to prevent them from becoming worn and faded.
Helping evenly distribute the wear and tear among your bedding so you can enjoy them longer.