We just shipped our daughter off to college last week and as I was stripping her bed here at home to get it ready for some upcoming guests, I realized it has been 8 years since we last bought linens for her bed. It was time for something new, especially since she was 14 when we purchased them and they are a bright lemon-lime color. Plus quality sheets weren’t really on my mind or in the budget back then. Since she is an adult now and also since it’s our guest room when she’s off at school, an upgrade of bed sheets was necessary. So it was ideal that we were able to receive a set of Protect-A-Bed Sheets for her queen size bed.
They are also Hypoallergenic and the all-natural fibers create a soothing sleep environment. That’s also important to me since we’ll have guests sleeping on them as well. Those with allergies and sensitive skin will get a good night’s rest with these sheets on the bed.
Bed sheets, pillows, and mattress covers are things that I know fall into what I call the “you get what you pay for” category. Protect-A-Bed Sheets have a bit of a higher price tag but they are premium quality, and you can tell. They are incredibly soft (if you’ve never felt Tencel® before it has a similar feel to a soft rayon fabric).
Protect-A-Bed makes a wide array of unique mattresses, pillows and sheets, as well as premium covers and protectors designed to complement the mattresses and pillows people already own. Through Protect-A-Bed’s innovative approach to fabrics and padding materials, common sleep inhibitors like dust mites, bed bugs, overheating, sweating, neck pain, bedwetting, and allergens can be a thing of the past.
James Bell, CEO of Protect-A-Bed has got it right: “Why not give your family members gifts that will improve their quality of life? Everyone knows that better sleep enhances happiness, productivity, and overall well-being. Protect-A-Bed products are designed to combat the very things keeping us up at night.” – The holidays are coming up quickly and Protect-A-Bed products are great to have for visiting overnight guests and for gifts. Think bridal showers and housewarming presents especially, but they are also good for gifting to college students who are off at school to protect their beds and get a comfy night sleep, as well as for the senior citizens who have everything!