Sleep, comfort and joy

Photographs Courtesy of linens & homes THIS coming holiday season, one perfect present is the comfort of a restful home.


September 6, 2022

The holiday season is coming. But of course, it’s the merry season as well for attending gatherings and organizing them in one’s home. So, along with eased quarantine rules, expect the comings months to be a time for reconnecting with family and friends — most likely, the busiest Yuletides season for everyone in two years.

Rest and sleep hours will be disrupted for sure, as the holidays come with late hours for parties and traditions like Simbang Gabi and Noche Buena.

One perfect present is the gift of comfort in the form of bed linen, which conveys thoughtfulness especially when these items are of high quality.

“Sleep can be the gift that keeps on giving,” said Linen & Homes co-founder Shelly Tan. “Getting better sleep has the power for a healthier and happier lifestyle. We are grateful to be in a business where our collection of products can make a positive impact.”

Sheets and sleepwear for a better sleeping environment.


Linen & Homes creates premium bamboo fabric that is friendly to sensitive skin.

Founded by the husband-and-wife team Shelly and Ryan Tan, Linen & Homes has curated a collection of products that helps customers create a cooler, more refreshing sleep environment amidst rising temperatures and a hustle-and-bustle driven society.

Linen & Homes’ sheets and sleepwear are made with natural bamboo fabric that adjusts to your body’s temperature. The premium bamboo fabric carries hypoallergenic properties to keep the body cool and even stay friendly to sensitive skin. Bamboo material is also anti-bacterial meaning the fiber is more resistant to odors.

Photographs Courtesy of linens & homes
THIS coming holiday season, one perfect present is the comfort of a restful home.

Even more comforting is that Linen & Homes products are Oeko-Tex Certified, which means good sleep since the beddings contain no toxic or allergic substances. For its certification, all products were tested according to the Standard 100 tests put together by Oeko-Tex, an association of independent institutes committed to product safety and sustainable production in the textile industry. The tests included inspecting for carcinogenic substances and harmful chemicals.

Silent night, holy night, indeed, for the fortunate who’ll be receiving quality bed linens this Christmas.

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