Sacred Sleep launches organic cotton bedding, fair-trade alpaca

Retail Editor 4, Staff Staff, September 16, 2013

Salida, Colo. - Staying true to its goal to turn bedrooms into "sleep sanctuaries," Sacred Sleep has added two new luxury lines to its assortment - organic cotton bedding and fair-trade alpaca top-of-bed products.

The new duvet covers, comforters and throws complement Sacred Sleep's existing line of eucalyptus-blend sheets and mattress covers.

"It is always our intention to expand the line with products that bring comfort. Our conscious luxuries allow the world to be in their sleep environments and to begin the process of slowing down and preparing for good rest. These new products will do just that," said Jane Pinto, co-founder and ceo.

The soothing palette matches with the trim of the existing line of Sacred Sleep eucalyptus blend bedding.

The new organic cotton bedding is produced by a Global Organic Textile Standard-certified facility, and the alpaca throw is a Fair Trade product of Peru.

The new line includes:
The Stella organic cotton quilted comforter, which offers light to medium warmth and is filled with organic cotton batting that features textured detailing and a rich charcoal color;
Duvet cover sets, made of 100% organic cotton;
Venus organic cotton ruffled duvet cover set, a contemporary twist on classic ruffles style with button closures on the duvet cover, two standard pillow shams and two Euro shams;
Luna organic cotton tie-closure duvet set, which marries modern femininity with sustainability and is available in solid slate grey and solid eggshell white;
Fair Trade Alpaca throw, which is made in Peru from pure baby alpaca wool with diamond and herringbone patterning and a fringe trim.

Sacred Sleep products are available at

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