☯️ Mandalas are motifs from Indian culture, known to promote a good balance in the home. They will allow you to find a quality sleep and create an atmosphere conducive to rest, in a top-of-the-range bed!
☮️ Based on a choice of relaxing colors, our mandala bedding sets
will bring you the feeling of serenity you are looking for in your room. Very colorful, the bed linen in this collection will allow you to decorate your room as you wish.
Why choose a mandala comforter cover?
You wish to create an atmosphere conducive to rest in your room ? The mandala-based patterns
will be perfect. Indeed, the combination of these spiritual patterns and restful colors will help to restore a balance in your resting room. If you find it difficult to fall asleep, these will help you to relax and fall asleep, especially the cosmic mandala comforter cover.
To put you in a good mood in the morning and start the new day ahead, waking up in a bed with the colors of our cloud mandala sheets
will be a real asset!
Softness of the fabric
The polyester fabric, microfiber type, has been selected for our ornaments because it has many advantages. Indeed, it benefits from a great flexibility that so-called natural fibers such as cotton or linen do not have, which can sometimes prove to be rough. This elasticity gives it a great softness. Thus, your comforter cover will always remain pleasant to the touch and cosy. This will also be the case for all your bed linen, sheets, fitted sheets, and pillowcases or bolster covers which will be made in this material, or in pure organic cotton. This is all the more important for household linen intended to furnish a child's bed.
Absence of folds
Synthetic fibres, such as polyester or microfibre, offer many qualities. They are much easier to care for than satin, cotton satin, flannel or percale. In particular, the flexibility of this fabric allows it to unfold easily. No more ironing! You can install your comforter cover directly on your bedding with its pillowcase or pillowcases in the case of a double bed, and you will get a beautiful finish, without folds that spoil the decorative effect of your bed linen. In the same way, in the morning, your comforter and its cover will be laid out as on the first day with a simple tap.
Composition of the Mandala comforter set
Your mandala quilt set
is a top quality product. Indeed, its seams are reinforced to guarantee its solidity. Its texture is made of high-density polyester, microfiber type. The choice of this material allows your printed comforter cover, even reversible, to keep its colors and patterns intact. It is also what gives it its softness and makes it easy to clean. As a reminder, there is no need to iron it. All our bed linen sets, with or without flat sheets, have the same characteristics and will easily match any plain fitted sheet.
How do I take care of my Mandala bed set ?
First of all, you should know that all our mandala comforter sets and bed linen sets have been selected for their polyester construction. Indeed, this microfibre type fabric offers unparalleled ease of maintenance because it is particularly suitable for machine washing. Do not hesitate to put your printed cover, sheets and pillowcases in it. Simply set the temperature to 30 or 40 degrees maximum and choose a gentle spin cycle. Use your usual washing product, the same as for your clothes. However, in the case of a bed linen set intended for a cot, we recommend a detergent that will respect the fragile skin of the youngest. Marseille soap is particularly indicated. Thus treated, your household linen will come out as new. For drying, you can use a tumble dryer, always at low temperature. However, synthetic fibers are so light and quick to dry that we recommend a simple hanging, if possible in the sun. Your bed linen will be ready to be reinstalled without waiting on your bedding if you wish. Moreover, your printed set does not require ironing, no more ironing! Even after several washes, your comforter cover will still look impeccable and will give you satisfaction for many nights.
What is a mandala?
"Mandala" is a term borrowed from the Sanskrit language (India) and literally means "circle". Mandalas are primarily ritual areas used to evoke Hindu deities. Buddhism, which inherited these practices, also uses mandalas for its rites and meditation practices. In modern times, we refer to these as circular drawings. Often they are an amalgam of various symbols arranged together to represent a concentric circle with great detail.
Traditionally, mandalas are created with colored sand, so they are ephemeral works of art that can be destroyed by rain or wind. In modern times, the mandala is simply drawn on a sheet of paper or, even simpler, a symbol already printed is colored with colored pencils.