Silk-filled comforter a functional luxury
Natural silk floss-filled blanket provides luxurious temperature regulation.
Special to The Seattle Times
A good night's sleep is hard to come by, especially when you're either too hot or too cold. You're no prima donna, Goldilocks. You just want some shut-eye.
Brought to the Northwest by Lana Abrams, Mulberry West comforters and blankets are stuffed with strands of silk fibers from the cocoons of silkworms fed a steady diet of mulberry leaves. The silk fibers are surrounded by 300-thread-count cotton and lined in satin. Who doesn't love a little functional luxury?
In addition to keeping the body cool while wicking away moisture -- a feature women of a certain age will appreciate -- this anti-bacterial and hypoallergenic bedding is a boon to allergy sufferers.