Slumber Sheets are made of 100% Egyptian Cotton, and complete sets are available for less than $100
New York City-- Slumber Sheets has launched their first crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for affordable quality sheets with a funding goal of $50,000. Slumber uses high quality materials and ensures the buyer experience is simple and seamless, all while maintaining some of the lowest prices on the market.
“Everyone deserves a good night’s sleep, and your bed sheets are a major part of that,” said Slumber founders. “When shopping for sheets in NYC, we found ourselves exasperated by all of the options in department stores. We went online and just became lost. Everything always came back to two simple questions: why on earth are sheets so expensive and which of these sheets are actually good? With this in mind, we set out to create great bed sheets at a great price.”
Slumber Sheets are incredibly breathable single ply percale sheets that are made of 100% Extra Long Staple Egyptian Cotton with a 300-thread count. Every set comes with an exclusive sleep mist that is made from natural ingredients and kills bacteria that lives on pillows and sheets. The sleep mist has a lavender scent to help users have the best night’s sleep possible.
Aside from the high quality materials used in creating Slumber Sheets, the price point is unlike any other luxury sheet sets on the market; they will always be available for under $100, including shipping, which is more affordable than similar online bedding brands which can charge up to $300. One set includes two pillowcases, one flat sheet, and one fitted sheet, as well as the sleep mist. Another set also includes a duvet cover and two pillow shams. Slumber Sheets are currently available in white with hopes of introducing additional colors as stretch goals during the crowdfunding campaign. All sets are available in twin, full, queen and king sizes.
About Slumber Sheets
Slumber co-founders, based out of New York City, were tired of the confusing jargon, expensive prices and low quality sheets. With their experience and connections in the fabric and manufacturing industries, they created the Slumber brand to bring quality sleep to the masses at a more affordable cost.