Standard Textile Home grabs Good Housekeeping Awards
Posted May 19, 2021
CINCINNATI – Standard Textile announced that its consumer division, Standard Textile Home, has received the esteemed Good Housekeeping 2021 Bedding Award for both the Circa Bed Wrap and Percale Sheet Set.
"Originally designed with luxury hotels in mind, the Circa story began when Standard Textile's R&D team was approached by hotels looking for an affordable way to update the traditional guest bed," said Josh Staph, vice president of Standard Textile Home. "A team of product engineers and designers invented an easy to install solution that eliminates the need for a bed skirt and modernizes the look of the bed and the entire bedroom. Today, many hotels are using Circa Bed Wrap, and we are pleased to offer the product to consumers all over the country."
A patented solution that is not available anywhere else, the Circa Bed Wrap is a faster, simpler and more affordable way to get the smooth, modern look of a platform bed without the headache. There is no heavy lifting involved and Circa can easily be installed by one person without ever lifting the mattress. Bamboo slats provide internal structure, and the product comes in a variety of colors. The company offers free U.S. shipping and returns, and a 90-day risk free trial.
Standard Textile Home's Percale Sheet Set was recognized for its premium strength, softness and color retention. A tight, flat weave that creates a crisp, cool sleep experience, Standard Textile's Percale linens can be found in luxury hotels around the world. Woven with premium SUPIMA® cotton fibers that are inherently softer, more luxurious and twice as strong as regular cotton, the Percale Sheet Set feels sumptuously soft and only gets softer, wash after wash.
The awards were announced on The Today Show, and featured in the June issue of Good Housekeeping and goodhousekeeping.com. Good Housekeeping's judging process included rigorous testing by GH Institute Textiles Lab scientists, home editors and over 100 consumer sleep testers.
Source: Standard Textile