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In this series I've been sharing my experiences with Down Linens luxurious but affordable bedding products. I've already told you about the pair of down pillows and the down comforter the brand sent me to try out. To wrap up this series, now I am going to spill about the Down Linens Luxury Featherbed I recently received to complete the makeover of our master bedroom.
|Loft on our bed created by this new featherbed, MommyBlogExpert.com|
|Closeup of featherbed shows how puffy it is, MommyBlogExpert.com|
"No, don't worry," I replied smuggly, "Dexter's not under the covers. Just lie down and tell me what you think," I said as he looked at me a little bit puzzled.
Long story short is that my husband did not like this fluffy new addition to our mattress at all the first night and I feared I'd end up having to give it to one of my kids for their own bed. But, keep reading, the story takes a turn for the better.
|The featherbed adds over 4" of fluff, MommyBlogExpert.com|
So I think it's safe to say my hubbie loves this now and it gets to stay. That's a really good thing since I was imagining having to go back to sleeping without getting to sink into the softness of this featherbed. Yes, after such a luxurious experience, I was actually dreading the possibility of going back to sleeping directly on the mattress of our firm bed.
One of the nicest things about a bed topper like this is that considering it's very affordable price, it's a relatively small investment to make for the big dividends on increased comfort you'll likely get back if your experience is similar to mine. It's a no-brainer to set up, too. You simply add this on top of your existing good mattress for a better quality sleeping experience.
|Busted! Dexter is caught on the bed I just made, MommyBlogExpert.com|
If you can't resist and you want to lie down and try it like I did right away, don't wait, go for it. Relax, you deserve it!
This featherbed features are heavenly
- 100% cotton top with 300 thread count
- 550 fill power goose feather & down blend
- 2" feather layer topped with a layer of super soft down
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|Image provided by DownLinens|
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- Second Prize: Set of 2 Down Linens Gel Fiber Pillows
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As you can see from the picture below, that I took, you might even have problems keeping your pet off the bed -- especially if your bedding is as comfortable as ours is now.
|Dexter, unofficial Down Linens product tester, MommyBlogExpert.com|
Best of all, once again I'm excited to share a special 25% discount with Mommy Blog Expert readers for you to save off the brand's already low prices from DownLinens.com. Savings are good now through Tuesday, October 22, 2013 as long as you use the discount code FEATHERBEDS4ALL when ordering.
|Sleep with DownLinens is heavenly, MommyBlogExpert.com|
DownLinens is a subsidiary of Allied Feather & Down, the world's largest supplier of raw material for the industry. The family-run company is focused on delivering the best possible online consumer shopping experience, offering simliar superior products to those found in high end bedding boutiques and better department stores, but at significantly lower prices.
Find more information at DownLinens.com about the entire line of bedding products which include not only pillows, but also comforters, bed toppers and feather beds, blankets and throws. You can also connect with them on Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date on the latest news, tips and for special sales and promotions.
FTC Disclosure: Information in this blogpost is sourced from Down Linens, online resources and family traditions and the company is providing a discount opportunity for a limited time to my readers. In addition, I received the Downs Linens Luxury Featherbed featured to facilitate this review. I have also entered the photo contest mentioned that the brand is hosting. However, I was not paid for this post and opinions are my own. See complete FTC Disclosure information that appears at the bottom of MommyBlogExpert's main page and at the bottom of every individual post on this blog, including this one.