Geese feathers is another type of popular filling that is used for feather pillows, a goose feather pillow can be soft but it is also a bit firmer than a down feather pillow. Both of these types of pillows if you take proper care of them will last for several years. You should never machine wash a feather pillow because the feathers will stick together and that will cause your pillow to become very uncomfortable to sleep on.
A pillows thickness is also something to keep in mind, you should choose thickness based on the position you sleep in. If you sleep mostly on your side you will want a thicker pillow to get the neck support you need. If you sleep on your back than a thin pillow would be your best choice, a thin pillow will give you enough neck support but won't cause neck strain. A feather pillow can also be made flat so would also be a good choice if you sleep on your back.
I draw a line between "sleeping pillows" and "looking good pillows." As for "looking good pillows" we may put those on the bed, but you better not sleep with them. You choose those for their sole purpose: to look good. Make sure that those good looking pillows will keep their shape and make sure it's the right length for your bed. That's really all that matters.
Pillow Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 09:31:35 AM
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