Random bedding question
I'm thinking we could use some lightweight quilt? Blanket? Something? For our queen sized bed in our master bedroom.
We birth have dust allergies and so I need to be able to wash all the linens that are not encased on hot every week. Currently we have the mattress, pillows and comforter encased. I have a bottom sheet, pillow cases and a comforter cover that I pull off the bed and wash and dry and put back on. I use this combination because it is the least amount of laundry I can figure out.
But our house is not air conditioned (very few are where we live) and it does get warm over the summer and fall. Usually just highs in the seventies but we will probably have a few weeks of highs up to 90. So I feel like we will be too hot under the comforter.
What combination would you suggest that would be lighter weight, easy to wash and comfortable to sleep with? I thought about just a blanket inside the encasement and comforter cover, but I think it will twist around a lot because it will leave so much extra fabric in the cover? Just a blanket of some kind? What would like finished and feel good to sleep with? Just a quilt? Would that hold up to so much washing? Would it be too warm?
(If it matters the room is essentially spare traditional to the extent it has a us tile at all, I guess it has white shutters on the windows, white built in shelves, dark hardwood floors, a medium-dark bed, a grey dresser and Georgian grey walls (that color is pretty darn green for a paint color with the word "grey" in the name).)
Thank you for any suggestions!