Is My Bedding Made In The USA?

Frequently, we’re asked: " What bedding is made in the USA?" The answer is tricky, because most fabrics are not woven in the US. Just like buying a car, your pillows and comforters typically contain a collaboration of 'parts' from across the globe. The elements all come together: the origin of the yarn material, the fabric finishing, and the filling components. Let’s talk about th…

Ace Your Space With Dorm 101

College is an exciting time but making your dorm feel like home can be a lesson in and of itself. You're rooming with a stranger in a small space that is probably pretty devoid of personality. Here are some tips on how to create the dorm of your dreams.  Furniture that double majors:A lot of ottomans have storage and can be used for seating, plus if you throw a coffee tray on top of it,…

5-Star Quality Sleep At Home

We’ve all experienced the phenomena before. You spend some time in a hotel and come away feeling like you’ve slept better during your stay than you ever have in your own bed. You’re rested, relaxed, more zen and you’d like to keep it going. So you take a picture of your pillow tag, you talk to the front desk about bedding, but can you really duplicate hotel sleep at home? Hotels…

RDS Labels and Responsibly Sourced Down

You care about where your coffee comes from and if that chocolate is fair trade but have you thought about the down in your favorite comforter or pillow? As more and more consumers become interested in making ethical choices, we thought we’d let you know about RDS. What is RDS? “Responsible Down Standard is a global standard for best practices in animal welfare through…

Sleep Centers and the Science of Better Sleep

Sleep is just one part of a healthy lifestyle. However, it may be the most important link as studies show that you have lower risks of heart disease, an easier time maintaining a  healthy weight, and  better focus when you have good sleep habits. Luckily, there are close to 2,000 AASM accredited sleep centers around the world. The most common test performed at sleep…

The Restorative Power of Napping At Work

A mainstay of preschools everywhere, the nap is something we are expected to give up as adults, save for those taken on lazy weekend afternoons. But studies show that naps are just as beneficial to adults as they are to children. A nap between 20-30 minutes:  Helps to improve mood, boosts concentration, and can help with memory Boosts your immune system Keeps stress at ba…