Euanthe Alya. bedding set. April 13th , 2017.
A good friend of mine recently moved to an island in the Caribbean where palm trees and sandy beaches stretch for miles in each direction. Not wanting to overdo the palm tree theme in her island home, she decided to go with the casual, lightweight Tommy Bahama bedding. Evidently, when her new friends toured her bedroom, they insisted she give them the information where they, too, could order their casual bedding. I guess the Internet order lines to the states were on fire with all of the orders coming from the island! The secret is out! Tommy Bahama bedding can be found online and often is offered at manufacturer direct prices.
Many of the pieces in the Tommy Bahama casual bedding collection are made with Tencel Lyocell. This fabric is made from Eucalyptus trees and harvested using sustainable practices. The fabric is woven in a closed loop spinning process giving the finished product a silky, smooth finish. The cool through the night pillow casing is Tencel Lyocell, which repels moisture and keeps the pillow cool to the touch throughout hot summer nights. The lightweight blanket is made from the same fabric and filled with primaloft, a hypoallergenic down-like product. All of these bedding accessories can be washed and dried at home and continue to get softer with age.
Over the years many fine hotels have upgraded their bedding as an added amenity to consumers. Now you can find luxury hotel bedding from all kinds of properties from motels to hotels to boutique resorts. Because a good night's sleep is so important they have been busy upgrading hotel rooms to make them stand out better than their competition.
To find the law tag on a comforter is sometimes easier as many hotels do what is called double or triple sheeting. Double or triple sheeting is basically just extra big flat sheets that sandwich a blanket or comforter and then are decoratively folded over. They act in the same way as a duvet cover protector and keep the comforter from being touched by hotel guests.
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