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BedVoyage sets organic trends this holiday
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Nov '09
As the Holidays approach, BedVoyage, a new eco-friendly home-lifestyle brand, is proud to announce the launch of its 100% organic bamboo bed linens just in time for holiday travel.Using only the highest thread counts and the most luxurious fabric, BedVoyage offers lavish comfort and style.

Great for gifts, these soft as silk travel linens are perfect for holiday excursions. The BedVoyage line includes: travel blankets, travel-size zippered pillowcases, and sheets. The sheets consist of a top sheet secured to a deep fitted sheet with invisible-zippered, logo-embroidered pillowcases, making bed assembly easy. The sheet set conveniently folds into a compact matching fabric travel tote.

"With the cold and flu season upon us, people need a safe layer of protection and BedVoyage linens offers travelers the opportunity to snuggle down in an ultra-hygienic environment.Most airlines don't provide pillows and blankets to passengers anymore, so why not carry your own and be comfortable and safe," explains Sharon Stuart, founder & CEO, BedVoyage. "BedVoyage's patent-pending design, along with invisible zippered pillowcases, guarantees the most secure encasement and protection against allergens, dust mites, and germs. I am confident that our products allow our customers to have a comfortable, sound and healthy sleep."

Soft as silk, BedVoyage bamboo sheet sets are organic, sustainable, biodegradable, naturally antibacterial and odor-resistant. Bamboo is naturally thermostatic-warm in the winter and cool in summer-and it wicks away moisture better than other natural fibers. These luxury bed sheets are also hypo-allergenic, as bamboo needs neither pesticides nor herbicides in the fields.

Offered in either bamboo leaf green or white, BedVoyage travel linens can be purchased online.

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