Rest easy with good bedding
Where do new sheets even come from?
Obviously, you buy them when you buy a new bed (or a new bed size, anyway). Maybe it’s a wedding registry kind of thing. But what about after that?
Assuming you’re not exceptionally hard on sheets or have some sort of traumatic incident, it’s not like you’re going to ruin them all at once. Unless the dog eats a hole through the middle or you spill your 32 oz. travel mug of bedtime red wine, they just sort of gradually get a little pilly and threadbare over the years. Then one time you crawl into bed at the end of a long day and realize that your sheets are old and sucky. Then you go to sleep feeling sad and defeated.
We don’t want you to go to sleep feeling sad and defeated. We want you to go to sleep feeling luxurious and optimistic. Or, barring that, we at the very least want you to go to sleep feeling like you have a decent set of sheets wrapped around you.
Well, this is that decent set of sheets.
They are super soft, plenty durable, and come in a pleasantly sophisticated variety of colors such that it’d be pretty hard to choose a bad one. (They live underneath a comforter anyway, quit worrying so much, and just order something you think looks nice.)
After all, your bedroom is supposed to be some sort of a comforting abode, not a sad hourglass perpetually reminding you that you haven’t bought sheets since 2010. THAT WAS A DECADE AGO. Sorry to point that out, but yeah…2010 was a decade ago.
Just get yourself some nice sheets, okay? The price is right and we also have pillows.