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Tips to turn your bed into the heart of your personal sanctuary

QE Home | Quilts Etc’s 70th store will celebrate its grand opening at Cottonwood Mall on Saturday, June 25.

Sponsored by QE Home | Quilts Etc | Impress Branded Content

The secret to a great sleep is so much more than just 8 hours; it’s about creating an environment of comfort.

Since 1992, QE Home | Quilts Etc has been Canada’s premier brand in fashion bedding, with prices that won’t keep you up at night. Now, QE Home | Quilts Etc is finally bringing elevated home fashions to Chilliwack. The company’s 70th store will celebrate its grand opening at Cottonwood Mall on Saturday, June 25.

Tips to turn your bed into the heart of your personal sanctuary

1. Luxury sheets

Choose ultra-soft and breathable sheets that have temperature-regulating properties. Sensitive skin? Try the TENCEL(R) blend sheets made with eco-friendly fabric from the cellulose of the Eucalyptus tree.

2. Add a pillow (or two)

The right pillow not only supports your head and neck, but also helps keep your spine in the proper position to help you achieve a restful sleep.

3. Crawl under a cozy duvet

The duvet you choose will help to regulate sleeping temperatures so you won’t feel too hot or too cold. QE Home | Quilts Etc has a broad selection of duvets filled with duck or goose down, or down alternatives such as silk or microgel.

4. Find your personal style

Change up the look easily by switching out your duvet cover with a different color or pattern. Or, add in different pillows – euro, square, or boudoir. Choose from traditional botanicals and smart contemporary designs to edgy skeletons and wistful seascapes.

5. Layer in a coverlet

If it gets too hot, shed the duvet and just use the coverlet! When temperatures drop, layer on the the coverlet with your duvet for added warmth.

QE Home | Quilts Etc is a Canadian company, with products designed out of the head office in Burnaby. Soon, residents of Chilliwack will have access to endless inspiration for their own bedrooms, while supporting a local brand. It’s like a Pinterest board, but in real life.

Chilliwack residents also have a chance to win a  $125 gift card to QE Home – Quilts Etc

They are giving away four $125 Gift Cards (one winner per week) to QE Home – Quilts Etc in Cottonwood Mall.

TO ENTER, find the contest information on the Chilliwack Progress Facebook page,

1. Like the photo.

2. Comment with the name of your favorite bedroom collection.

3. Share this contest post on your own Facebook timeline.

 

 

For product information, visit qehomelinens.com, and for more tips check out blog.qehomelinens.com

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