Hospitality linens need to be even more attractive and certainly much more hygienic than those used by customers in their homes. Hospitality linens also need to be environmentally friendly.
Here are some types found in hotels, restaurants, and other establishments.Comforter and Coverlet sets are often made up of four to seven pieces.
They're commonly made of microfiber, and the comforters are stitched in a way to prevent the filling from bunching up during washing and drying.
Coverlet sets come with bed skirts, shams and accent pillows. They come in many colors and patterns to fit the decor of a hotel or private hospital room. Though the manufacturer often recommends dry cleaning, these sets can be machine-washed on a gentle setting.
Sheets and Pillowcases can be made of microfiber, 180 thread count cotton or percale. Sheets are fitted or flat and usually sold two dozen per set. They are made for twin, queen and king sized mattresses and are a bit oversized to allow for some shrinkage in the wash.
Their cotton fiber makes them easy to clean.Environmentally friendly pillows are now created from a type of polyester made from recycled PET bottles but are so soft that the user would never know this.
Hospitality pillows come in cases of 10, 12, 20 or 24 pillows in standard, king and queen sizes. Zippered pillow covers are available.Towels, shower curtains, shower curtain liners, and rugs are available for the bathroom.
Pure white and earth-tone towels come in 100 print cotton or cotton polyester blend and can have attractive selvage edges or cam borders. They're sold by the pound and come in a hand towel, wash towel, bath towel and bath mat size.
Hospitality linens for the kitchen include kitchen towels, dishcloths and pot holders. Placemats, napkins, and tablecloths are also for sale. Table cloths can be square or round to fit any table and come in colors from white to cream to black.