This post is sponsored by Good & Bed but as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Yes, you saw my master bedroom re-vamp this week but today I want to focus on our scrumptious new sheets.
My husband and I recently upgraded to a king size bed… well, actually it’s two split twin XL’s… and we have adjustable bases for optimum back support. It’s been wonderful from a health standpoint but a total pain when it has come to finding sheets that would not only fit a twin XL but that would also stay put while we adjust the mattresses up and down. Enter Good & Bed (and que the angel choir and halo of radiating light). Good & Bed provided the sheets for our master bedroom makeover and not only are they soft and beautiful, but they also fit our thick mattresses perfectly without any slipping and sliding.
I wanted a soothing, tone on tone color pallete for the bed so I picked three different colors for our sheets. I chose Sunrise Grey for the flat sheet, Bronze Champagne for the fitted sheets and a mix of Sahara Sand and Sunrise Grey for the pillow cases. The colors coordinate like a dream and it looks so inviting that I just want to leap into bed every time I walk in the room.
Good & Bed has over 60 years of cumulative experience in crafting the most comfortable, high-quality sheets possible. They honor a longstanding family tradition, started by the founders mother, and strive to put just as much love into making their sheets as she put into making hers for her family so many years ago. And it shows! The use of luxurious Egyptian long-staple cotton sourced to the single-ply yarn they create it from, every stitch screams quality. The best part— they get softer and softer with every wash!
Typically when you think of high-quality bedding you associate it with a high price tag but because Good & Bed cut out the middlemen, everyone can afford to sleep in luxury. They even offer a lifetime warranty on material defects and a 60 day money back guarantee.
Thanks to Good & Bed, my husband and I have never slept better!
OK, time for my afternoon nap. Buh-bye…