When selecting wholesale bedding there are many considerations to bear in mind. Some are specific to the bedding to be purchased, whilst others are more generic business considerations. In essence, the factors that control your purchasing decisions should be a combination of design and functionality factors. Get the analysis correct and the exercise should be relatively pain-free.
Everyone who spends the night in a hotel wants to experience a good night’s sleep; integral to their achieving it are both the bed and the bedding they sleep on. Beds and bedding should fit together as effortlessly as does a hand inside a glove. The best, most comfortable bed in the world will fail the test if poor quality bedding is used on it. Conversely, whilst good bedding can’t make a poor quality bed good, it can make a middle-of-the-road bed feel more luxurious. So, choose the highest quality bedding you can within the budget you have available. It is also extremely important to check that the bedding you select fits standard bed sizes, otherwise each time you replace a bed you will have to purchase new bedding.
So, as well as being standard size and having a soft, welcoming feel, your bedding needs to be functional. That means it should be as easy as possible to clean, maintain and if necessary replace. On no account should it need specialist cleaning, or be so fussy as to require extra time to make up. In terms of replacement cycles, you will doubtlessly have one in mind, but always remember that accidents can and do happen and that from time to time you will doubtlessly have to replace bedding items on an unplanned basis.
Replacement cycles should be part of the cost benefit exercise undertaken before purchasing your bedding items. The costs are probably the easiest part of this exercise to undertake. The design and functionality factors you will already have decided on should steer you to the correct suppliers to approach for quotations. The benefit side of the equation is usually the hardest to get a handle on. Two useful tips are; always produce worst, middle ranging and best case benefits and secondly bear in mind that the lowest unit cost per bedding item does not necessarily mean it will be the cheapest fully costed item.
A reliable supplier will talk you through the options available and also steer you through the benefits, or otherwise, of specific items. A reliable supplier is also one who will be there to help you through the cycle life of the bedding you have bought wholesale.
So, when buying wholesale bedding, you must firstly try to find high quality bedding. Then, ensure it will fit a standard bed size. Ensure it is easy to look after and that it has a reasonable life cycle. Lastly, make sure your supplier will support you through the purchasing process and beyond.