We were delighted to receive a mention in Maine Magazine’s “48 Hours In” feature! Each month, Maine Magazine staffers visit a different town in the state to sample the cuisine, sightsee, and shop. For the October issue, Maine Magazine’s Art Director Heidi Kirn ventured to Freeport, where she visited a variety of local shops, including Cuddledown! Kirn says that she was drawn to the “vintage-looking wastepaper baskets” by Visionary Vessels of Maine, and commented on how soft and touchable everything looked.
Sarah, a bedding snob as of 2011, loves writing about top-quality sheets, comforters, and pillows. When she isn’t going to bed early just to spend more time with her favorite bedding, you can find her running around Portland’s Back Cove, experimenting with new dinner recipes, watching cheesy reality tv, sipping dark roast coffee, and reading the paper.
Are you kidding? I pick standards any day. I have no choice when the comforter size does not match the size of my duvet. Standards would give me more choice, not less. It would give retailers less excess stock in tons of different sizes.Cheryl on: Comforter Sizing Guidelines – To Choose or Not to Choose
Hi Judy, You can request a free catalog here: http://www.cuddledown.com/CustomerService.aspx?p=lbFreeCatalog&page=Free+Catalog If you would like to shop online at Cuddledown.com, each product page has a Size Chart tab and Product Details tab for more information. If you need any help, our customer service department will be happy to assist you (1-800-323-6793). Thanks for your comment!Carly on: ZZZZZZZZZZZZZs – how to get them in 3 easy steps
I would like a money sheet catalog with sizes and prices and fabric content.judy shima on: ZZZZZZZZZZZZZs – how to get them in 3 easy steps