In our modern day society, so many of us are sleep-deprived and constantly tired, on a daily basis. We get up, go to work, attend meetings, dinners, events, go to the gym, take care of kids and family, and then at the very end of the day, squeeze in a few hours of sleep. But then we get sick, have a lack of focus and energy during the day, and don’t feel productive or motivated at work. We don’t prioritize sleep as important, and push it to the very end of the to-do list for the day.
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Sure, you could spend $300+ at a fancy retail chain, and get a set of linens (of imported fabric) or you can get it directly from us, entirely Made in America for a fraction of that!
Is thread-count important? When looking for the perfect set of bed sheets we’ve all been sold the thread-count myth: The higher the thread count, the better the sheets. 600, 800, 1000, thread counts must be better right??
Percale and Sateen are weaves that contribute to how a set of sheets sleeps and feels.When choosing what type of sheets to purchase, keep in mind not only their look and feel, but also their durability and construction.
The nearly 100 year old mill that weaves our fabric has been in business since the 1920’s and is, to this day, a family-owned operation in America.
Are you looking for a luxurious set of sheets? Are you looking to invest your money in a set of sheets that not only feel soft and cozy, but are built to last, wash after wash?