Tuesday, September 6, 2016

**WIN**BedVoyage Eco-Luxury Bamboo Queen Duvet Cover Review + ($179.99-$199.99) Giveaway!–Ends September 22, 2016

*Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are "no-follow" links.**

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You never realized the comfort difference until sleeping on bamboo fabric.


It’s important to be comfortable if we intend to get that rest we need to stay healthy. Bamboo bedding like the Duvet Cover that I received from BedVoyage for this review/giveaway is not only stylish, but ideal for snuggling up and getting cozy against without the worry of harsh chemicals needed to treat the fabric like conventional petroleum-based microfibers, formaldehyde-treated cotton or flame retardants used in most traditional bedding. 

The one I selected was their Queen Duvet Cover in Mocha/Ivory. This reversible 100% rayon cover with its accent stripe can dress up any bedroom with its striking simplicity and slight sheen.  You can’t help but love how easily it was to stuff this lightweight duvet cover through its practically invisible zipper that ran across the entire bottom.



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This fabric has a lovely soft sheen to feel almost like satin.


Once I was finished making the bed, I was tempted to crawl in and take a nap with how comfortable that duvet cover felt against my fingertips.   I resisted since I had too much to do to spare the time with only a few more hours until bedtime anyway.

Let me tell you, but this bamboo duvet cover made a chilly summer night pleasant to sleep through due to its thermal regulating.   I was not too hot or too cold, but felt blissful cuddling against that satin-like fabric that is so breathable due to its moisture wicking.

My love affair with BedVoyage began once I began sleeping on their eco-luxury bamboo sheets that I reviewed a few months ago.  Once you experience a night sleeping pampered by this bamboo fabric and compare with your old bedding, only then will you appreciate how much more comfy your bed can be.

What else you may not be aware of is that  rayon fabric doesn’t need hot water when you launder this duvet cover since it is resistant to bacteria.  It also won’t hold odor or mildew.  However, bamboo bedding is more delicate and needs to be washed in cold to warm water with milder or eco-friendly liquid detergent for extending the longest life and avoiding the fabric from piling.

For more info on how to care for bamboo bedding, read my earlier review for more details.

Sometimes, all it takes is a good night’s sleep to feel better and be more productive like relaxing in the soothing contentment of  thermal regulating bedding.  If your goal is better sleep, I highly recommend visiting BedVoyage and trying their bamboo bedding out like this duvet cover and sheet set or bamboo towels, blankets, shams, and crib bedding because you can get 15% off their entire product line when you enter my nuts4stuff coupon code at checkout from now until this giveaway ends on September 22, 2016!  

Thanks to BedVoyage, one lucky Nuts 4 Stuff reader in the continental United States win their choice along with color of a Queen ($179.99) or King/CK Duvet Cover ($199.99)!


Giveaway details and how to enter–


Prize: One (1) winner from the continental USA will win their choice of color and size of a BedVoyage Queen or King/CK Eco-Luxury Bamboo Duvet Cover ($179.99-$199.99 value!)

Dates of entry: 09/0/16–09/22/16 at 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time

Eligibility: Open to the continental USA.  No PO Boxes.  The winner will need to respond to my email with name and shipping address within 48-hours or another winner will be picked.  

How to Enter:  Please use the Rafflecopter widget if it works.  You can also enter by clicking this link or try to enter using another browser. You can return daily and log in again with your email to tweet or to vote daily for Nuts 4 Stuff on Picket Fence Blogs.


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53 comments:

BethElderton said...

What a wonderful luxury! I learned that these are Rayon from Bamboo. I love everything about that---rayon is a gorgeous, silky material, and bamboo is a sustainable material unlike petroleum products.
Mary Beth Elderton

jerseygirl137 said...

I learned that because of the micro-structure of bamboo it draws the moisture away from the body faster than cotton. This feature keeps you drier throughout the night, which will sure help with the night sweats.

Cylina Williams said...

I learned that they are odor free, fantastic! They are also moisture wicking, looks like sheets i would love to have:)

John Potter said...

reuse wood so kool! ty!!!!

Shara Charlier said...

These bedsheets are odor resistant, eco friendly, AND hypoallergenic!

Susan Simon said...

I learned that these sheets are odor resistant, a great thing!

Stephanie Vollowitz said...

BedVoyage rayon from Bamboo fibers are made using organically grown bamboo and the raw materials are selected from non-polluted areas in Asia.

Paricia said...

These sound so luxurious. Would really like to sleep on these. Fingers crossed.

Barbara Lima said...

Bamboo is cooler.

Danielle S said...

I saw their coverlets. They look great and so soft.

clc408 said...

I learned that Rayon from Bamboo is an odor and mildew resistant fabric.

Renee Walters said...

I learned that they are odor free and hypo-allergenic, which is awesome! Also, the bamboo makes them cooler!

steve weber said...

These bedsheets are odor resistant, eco friendly, AND hypoallergenic!

iva jayne said...

beautiful..thank you for the chance to win!

Anonymous said...

They are hypoallergenic.

Cindy Peterson said...

I was happy to see they make bedding for cribs. The thermal regulating fabric would be great for little ones.

Cathy Lewis said...

I learned that because they are bamboo, they are cool in the summer. Also they are hypoallergenic.

Tammy Schweitzer Catterton said...

They ahve great feature in these sheet from odor resistant plus hypoallergenic! they look great also

cowboyswife said...

made with Moisture Wicking
Hot sleepers can stay cool and dry.

Linda Kish said...

Rayon from Bamboo gets softer when washed, and is amazingly comforting to the skin.

Linda Kish said...

I'm anxious to try them for lots of reasons...softness, odor control, hypoallerenic, they are cool for sleeping on and they look great. Plus, I need a new set of sheets right now and it's my birthday month, too.

Krafty said...

I learned rayon from bamboo gets softer when it's washed

Tammy Iler said...

I've learned that Rayon from Bamboo gets softer when washed, and is amazingly comforting to the skin.

Debbie Penney said...

That Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world.

Karen said...

I read that these sheets will not leave an odor. That is a good thing.

Cheryl Everitt said...

I learned that these sheets are eco-friendly.

Molli Reisman said...

this is a green alternative to petroleum based products... love that!

PAIGE said...

I learned People who suffer from skin sensitivities, like eczema or psoriasis, will feel comforted with our non-abrasive linens.

Mary Withrow said...

BedVoyage linens are not treated with any harsh chemicals, formaldehyde or flame retardents. But what I like most is that it comes from Bamboo a highly renewable resource!

Anonymous said...

I like this natural alternative linen and that it get softer after it is washed. thanks

PAIGE said...

I like the queen size white on white, I like how breathable and hypoallergenic the fabric is.

Danielle Aguado said...

Awesome giveaway!

Jen R said...

I learned that Rayon from Bamboo linens are a lovely alternative to sleeping on petroleum-based microfibers or formaldehyde-treated cotton.

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Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

I learned that Rayon from bamboo is an odor and mildew resistant fabric.

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yellowlabs said...

I learned that it stays warm in the winter and cool in the summer, as it adjusts to YOUR needs.

Trisha McKee said...

I learned so many things about these wonderful sheets. I learned that bamboo is cooler and that these sheets are odor-free.

Kathy Pease said...

The bamboo is grown organically without harmful chemicals, pesticides or fertilizers. They do not treat our linens with any chemicals.

Kathy Pease said...

I would really love to try the queen/king duvet cover..I have heard of bamboo products but have never tried them. They sound so much better for your health than other manufactured products

Nicole Carter (Weasley) said...

I learned that they have adorable crib bedding and you have the option to buy bundles!
Nicole Carter (Weasley)

Nicole Carter (Weasley) said...

I'm eager to win because bamboo is so soft and luxurious. I really want the Bed Blanket - Queen - Champagne on their website.

tiffany dayton said...

I like that they are hyperallergenic,Odor free and Bamboo is super soft.

tiffany dayton said...

Bamboo is organic and hyperallergenic. Sheets are cool and odor free.

Anonymous said...

Bamboo is organic and hyperallergenic , cool and odor free.

RICHARD HICKS said...

I learned they are formaldehyde-free and hypoallergenic

Gala said...

I learned that Bamboo linens are luxuriously soft, adjust to your body's temperature, are moisture wicking, mildew and odor resistant.

DistractedMommy said...

I didn't know that Rayon from Bamboo gets softer when washed...cool!
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Jennifer Herman said...

I learned Bamboo holds the Guinness World Record as the fastest growing plant, making it one of the most renewable resources on the planet .

Buddy Garrett said...

I learned they are odor free.

Buddy Garrett said...

I would love to try these products to get a good night's sleep. I would love to try the Quilted-Coverlet-King-Ivory.

Julieh said...

I learned the sheets are made from rayon that comes from bamboo.

lilyk said...

I learned that the company is located in Woodinville, Washington.

lilyk said...

I am eager to try their products because they look very useful! The Bed Blanket - King/Cal King - White appeals to me the most.