Siscovers develops Revolution Plus performance bedding

Collection to launch at Las Vegas Market

Minneapolis – Siscovers has created a new USA-made performance bedding collection that can make life’s mess disappear.

The Revolution Plus program, comprised of 15 new collections, is made of up-cycled fibers. The products are soft, stain resistant, bleach friendly, machine washable and chemical-free.

It is set to launch at Las Vegas Market, July 31 to August 3.

“It is really amazing to see how this soft this performance fabric is, but any type of stain can be removed with minimal effort,” said Shari Hammer, president and owner. “Life is messy. But paw prints, juice spills and even permanent marker will disappear.”

The company is particularly proud that Revolution Plus is produced domestically. The fabric is milled in North Carolina, and the bedding is cut and sewn in Minnesota.

“We know how important it is to our retailers to be able to offer ‘Made In USA’ bedding product to their customers,” Hammer noted.

Revoluiton Plus bedding comes in a variety of solid, stripe and patterned looks as well as several color ways. The full spectrum is featured in an also-new, 24-page “Revolution Plus Performance Bedding” Look Book.

Siscovers’ Las Vegas Showroom is located in space B-1012 in the World Market Center.

Home & Textiles Today Staff | News & Commentary

 Home Textiles Today is the market-leading brand covering the home and textiles markets, offering a comprehensive package of print and online products. Home & Textiles Today provides industry news, product trends and introductions, exclusive industry research, consumer data, store operations solutions, trade show news and much more.

Featured Video

  • Why you should go to Shanghai for Intertextile Home Textiles

    Camera Icon More Videos

Subscribe to
Home & Textiles Today eDaily
Receive the news you need to know about the trends in the industry delivered right to your inbox.

CURRENT ISSUE

HTT digital edition

See the June 2017 issue of Home & Textiles Today. In this issue, we discuss how U.S, ports are gearing up for the future, and what to expect from second half trade shows. See details!