Monthly Archives: January 2012

Triple Sheeting – An Efficient Bedding Solution

Triple Sheeting is a luxurious, cost effective and efficient bedding solution. A clean, crisp bed easily managed by housekeeping – saving time and money.

Clean & Fresh: Components for the triple sheeting can be laundered after each guest ensuring a sanitary environment.

Reduce Costs: By replacing a bedspread with one additional sheet, Triple Sheeting can reduce overall operational costs of purchasing and laundering bedspreads.

Saves Time: Triple sheeting is an easy process that can greatly increase housekeeping efficiency.

Step 1: Building the foundation
The Bottom Sheet – Lay a flat sheet on the mattress and tuck all the way around the bed – or usa a fitted sheet to cover the mattress.

Step2: The Next Layer
The Middle Sheet – Place the top hem of the flat sheet so it is even with the top of the mattress.

Step 3: Add Filling
Place a lightweight blanket on top of the middle sheet – 6 inches below the top of the mattress.

Step 4: Top Sheet

Place a decorative top sheet on top of the blanket. The top hem should be even with the top of the mattress.

Step 5: Fold
Fold both flat sheets down together about 6 inches (blank should not be included in this fold).
The fold the 2 flat sheets and the blanket down another 6 inches.

Step 6: Finishing Touches
Tuck in both flat sheets with the blanket beneath the foot of the mattress. The hanging fabric at the sides of the foot will have made a U-Shape. Turn back the U-shape along the length of the bed and pull towards the headboard – parallel to the mattress. Tuck the hanging corners of the sheet and blanket together under the mattress.

Your guests will appreciate the hygienic appearance of the bed and with a few simple accessories like Bed Runners and Coordinating Cushions; your rooms will have a fresh modern look.

For more information give us a call at 800-877-4667 and avail yourself of our knowledgeable staff.

InnStyle to Attend Innkeeping Conference & Trade Show

InnStyle, a leading purveyor of fine linens to the hospitality industry, will be attending the upcoming Innkeeping Conference & Trade Show in Little Rock, Arkansas.

InnStyle, a member of the Advisory Council to the Board of Professional Association of Innkeepers International, will be attending the upcoming Innkeeping Conference & Trade Show January 23rd thru the 26th in Little Rock, AR.

The conference is sponsored by the Professional Association of Inkkeepers Internationa (PAII). The goal of PAII is to serve the industry nationally by providing programs and services that would enhance the professional skills of both active and aspiring innkeepers. From a tiny office in Santa Barbara, California, PAII has grown into a national organization of nearly 3000 members. Today, PAII is run by a professional staff based in Haddon Heights, New Jersey. It is governed by a nine person Board of Directors, with assistance and support provided by the PAII Advisory Council along with and numerous committees and task forces, including the Committee of 100, a voluntary group of innkeepers who serve as a ‘sounding board” ensuring they always keep our focus where their members want it to be. For more information, visit

InnStyle offers a wide variety of wholesale hotel & inn supplies and services from institutional to designer quality for the innkeeper, bed and breakfast, hotel hospitality manager. The sales staff not only provides your inn or bed and breakfast with first quality fashion merchandise, they provide you with personal service in choosing the right products. Their knowledge on a product’s washability, durability and warranty will be most helpful to you when choosing specific hotel & inn supplies. If you are a new innkeeper or bed and breakfast owner, InnStyle will provide you with a suggested start up list of items and quantities you will need to open your inn or b and b and will even send you samples to see, test and touch.

InnStyle, a wholesale fine linens supplier for bed, bath and dining for the innkeeping industry, was established in 1952. For more information, visit