Most of us use bath towels or sheets, so why not ensure that we purchase the best ones for our needs and budgets? This page is dedicated to bringing you the best or the best in terms of popular bath towels and sheets. Let’s get serious, though – I cannot simply tell you which ones are popular, sit back and convince myself I’ve done a great job here. I need to help you understand why they are so popular and how they will impact both your shower experience and the overall interior design of your space.
I’m not going to lie – there really isn’t too much to say where any types of towels are concerned. Anyone who finds the ability to type thousands upon thousands of words on the topic is simply trying to show off to you about his or knowledge in the world of fabrics and cleansing. I have no need to show off to you here, so expect that some of these “reviews” will be short and to the point. After all, aren’t the major points what you are really here to read about?
There really isn’t too much to discuss when it comes to buying information for bath towels and sheets. Still, I wanted to include this section, as I have on most of the other pages on this website, to give you a quick overview of those few things you may want to consider before moving forward toward your purchase.
Bath Towels or Bath Sheets? – There is a big difference between towels and sheets. I mean that literally – sheets are much larger than towels. I remember a time when I was unaware that these different sizes of “towels” actually had different names. I had always wondered why some of my friends’ homes had much larger “towels” than my own home as I was growing up. When I finally ventured out into the world to purchase my own towels for my first home, I realized that there were towels and sheets – two very different things. Sheets are not only longer but are also wider than towels.
Both sheets and towels achieve the same basic goal of helping you dry your body and/or hair after a shower or bath. They are absorbent enough to achieve that goal with ease. Well, they should be absorbent enough to achieve that goal. If they aren’t, they are useless and should be completely disregarded. What is different about them is the fact that the bath sheet, unlike the towel, can easily wrap around an adult body for warmth and to cover up. Personally, I like to have a combination of both towels and sheets in my cabinet. I use the towels for my children (who have much smaller bodies) and for wrapping up my hair. The sheets, on the other hand, provide much more comfort, warmth, and cover after my shower or bath.
Whether you choose towels, sheets, or a combination of both will depend upon your own personal needs and preferences. It may also depend on your budget. You should note that bath sheets are often much more expensive than bath towels.
Budget Concerns – Not only do towels and sheets differ in price much of the time, so too do different styles, types, and fabrics of towels and sheets. Generally speaking, the softer, more plush and absorbent a towel or sheet, the more expensive it will be. For those with a love of all things luxurious and for those with sensitive skin, this price difference may not be very important. However, for those with strict budgets, luxurious options may be out of the question.
Individual or Set? – You can purchase many towels and bath sheets on their own or you can purchase them in sets. The size of the sets will vary from one set to another – some come with four pieces, six pieces ,or even twelve. Sometimes, the set will contain only the towels or bath sheets; other times they will contain a mixture of towels, sheets, hand towels, and face cloths.
You choice should depend upon the actual pieces you require and how many you believe are necessary to meet your personal and guest needs. Some people even like to mix and match individual pieces or sets to bring more than one color into their bathroom spaces. This is always an option, but such a choice will be yours to make.