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Organic bedding specialist jumps into hospitality market
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The Fine Cotton Company has entered into the hospitality market after successfully reaching supply agreements with luxury hotels such as The Dorchester and leading super yacht brands with their organic bed linen, bath linens and accessories. Making superb headway worldwide, The Fine Cotton Company continues to deliver an ethically superior collection of enduring stylish designs and is the only retailer in the UK to stock 600 thread count organic cotton as well as supply special order organic cottons in up to 1000 thread count.

The Fine Cotton Company understands the need for premium quality bed linen and accessories in an environment where these are repeatedly used and laundered. Committed to sourcing the finest organic products globally, The Fine Cotton Company's organic bed linen collection features luxurious styles in a range of weaves and high thread counts to suit all hospitality interior schemes from chic boutiques to classic country styles. From 600-thread count Seville to pleated Richmond bed linen, The Fine Cotton Company's organic collection is available at a variation of price points.

“Quality, durability, comfort and the aesthetic appeal are of paramount importance for products used within this sector and that's why we supply the finest organic collections with timeless appeal to suit the longevity of hospitality interior schemes.” Founder Jane Robson explains. “Our high thread count organic bed linen ensures optimum quality and our choice of fabric weaves allows you to find a solution that suits your corporate identity whilst equally appearing crisp, fresh and inviting. We have recently been involved with some very exciting projects with significant brands having supplied a mixture of our bed-linen, bathrobes, towels and tablecloths within the hospitality sector. “

Sourced in Europe due to it's renowned organic cotton quality, The Fine Cotton Company's organic cotton is unrivalled and will last longer than 'easy care' cotton fabrics where generally formaldehyde has been used and weakened the fabric, which is why organic cotton can withstand laundering at high temperatures better than non organic cottons. The Fine Cotton Company ensures optimum quality by offering natural and organic fabrics, all ethically produced without any harmful chemicals or pesticides. Non-organic cotton and polyester blends within the hospitality market should be avoided, as they can feel hot and sticky with a tendency to 'pill' after washing. Organic cottons are far more effective in absorbing moisture and perspiration than non-organic fabrics, which allows bed linen to 'breathe' and aid heat regulation during sleep for the comfort of guests and end users.

Identifying a niche in the market, The Fine Cotton Company's personal shopping service provides the hospitality market with a bespoke solution. Strong relationships with well-sourced suppliers enable The Fine Cotton Company to source luxurious organic supplies that can often be difficult to find. The Fine Cotton Company's expertise ensures the needs of superior hotel and yacht brands as well as high profile clients are met at a realistic price in order to set them apart from the rest. The Fine Cotton Company's personalisation service also allows for corporate logos or initials to be embroidered for brand identity.

The Fine Cotton Company prides themselves on their ability to provide organic bed linen and accessories that are simultaneously luxurious, long lasting and stylish. Committed to sourcing the finest supplies, The Fine Cotton Company welcomes all enquiries from those with a simple concept as well as clients looking for a more intricate bespoke solution.

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