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window & bed treatment tips from a manufacturer
The look of a duvet.
The ease of a coverlet.
At a lower price.
...the duvet with no strings attached
How do I get the look of a duvet w/o the
housekeeping nightmares that come w/ it?
* Patent and trademark pending.
WHAT THE HECK IS A
As the demand for attractive bedding grows, so does
the need for alternatives. Duvets are the newest rage.
They are a testament to the movement towards a
residential-inspired look of a guest room bed. And why
not? It is where a guest spends most of their time
during their stay. Hotels and designers have caught on
to the idea that it is increasingly difficult to put “heads
on beds” if the beds are tacky or uncomfortable.
So, out with the old and in with the new, right? Not
The transition from durable but uninspiring coverlets
and bedspreads to duvets has not been easy. After all,
duvets been rarely used in hotels because of four big
1. Why use a duvet when there is no demand?
2. They are time-consuming when turning a bed.
3. They do not wash or resist stains well.
4. They are too expensive!
In short, why buy the more expensive, more troublesome,
less sturdy product that no one wants? Well, now there
is a reason: demand. Problem #1 solved. Unfortunately,
Problems #2, #3 and #4 have not been.
The Fauxvet is a hybrid: one side quilted coverlet
and the other a single piece of fabric that resembles
a duvet. It eliminates the need for inserts because it
incorporates the duvet cover and the fill into a solitary
piece. No ties, zippers or other enclosures are needed.
It is like a duvet with literally “no strings attached.”
t h e p r o b l e m
t h e s o l u t i o n
Therefore, a housekeeper can simply throw it on the bed
as they would with a coverlet. PROBLEM #2: solved.