Snooze Innovative Bedding to debut Corners Keepers duvet covers
September 3, 2009,
New York – Snooze Innovative Bedding will introduce its new duvet bedding at the New York Home Fashions Market.
“Corner Keepers” were originally designed for the hospitality industry to reduce bed-making time and ensure a neat appearance, and it will be implemented by a major hotel group in 2010, according to company chief Emi Deguchi.
“These same issues of saving time, comfortable sleep and hassle-free duvet corners are applicable to consumers of bedding for the home as well, so we’re very excited about introducing this product,” he said.
Products will be available in organic and eco-friendly cottons. They include:
A down-filled comforter made with 700 fill power European white goose down, with a box stitch construction and 100% cotton and a 450-count sateen shell;A Hypodown-filled comforter made with 85% Hungarian goose down fluster and organic Syriaca clusters. Harvested in the U.S. from the milkweed plant, the hollow fibers stabilize down components that can cause allergic reactions, according to the company. The hypoallergenic comforter uses 100% organic cotton that is certified by GOTT, SCOLL, and Oeko-Tex. Shell is 230-count.A down alternative comforter made with 100% hypoallergenic polyester clusters in a box stitch construction with 100% cotton, 230-count shell;Duvet covers made from 400-count, combed cotton sateen and certified eco-friendly fabrics with shrink control and a wrinkle-resistant finish. The covers are available in classic, scroll jacquard and double satin stitched.
Snooze Innovative Bedding will show in the buyer’s lounge at 230 Fifth Ave.
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