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Enter to Win: Luxury Bedding Giveaway from Parachute

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 24, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Remodelista Team last modified Sep 23, 2015

LA-based startup Parachute is giving away a complete bedding set to one lucky Remodelista reader; the winner will get a queen-size  Percale Venice Set —a flat sheet, duvet cover, and two pillowcases—plus two Pillow Inserts (just launched) and a down or down alternative Duvet Insert . To enter, sign up for emails from Parachute and Remodelista by entering your email address in the box at the bottom of this post by Thursday, October 7. The winner will be chosen at random and will be notified via email by October 9. The contest is open to readers in the US and Canada (except Quebec); see Official Rules for details.  Parachute was one of the first Internet-era companies to rethink the high price tag of luxury linens (see  Eat, Pray, Love: Luxury Linens for Less ). For founder Ariel Kaye, the impetus was a trip to Italy's Amalfi Coast and a "perfect Italian sleep experience" that she sought to re-create at home.  Parachute got its start manufacturing highest-quality cotton bedding in a family-owned factory in Tuscany and has since expanded its offerings to include a complete line of sheets, duvets, duvet covers, pillows, and blankets in cotton, linen, and cashmere. The company continues to work  directly with factories, eliminating  third-party distributors, all to keep quality high and prices low.   For more, follow Parachute on Instagram and Facebook .  Above: Parachute bedding comes in percale cotton, sateen cotton, and linen. Both cottons are made in Italy of premium long-staple fibers;  percale is crisp with a matte finish and  sateen has a subtle sheen. Parachute Duvet Inserts are made in the US of premium European white down or hypoallergenic down alternative. The Down Duvet is available in two weights—lightweight and all-season—starting at $239 for the twin size. The  Down Alternative Duvet starts at $179 for twin.  Above: Parachute just launched a line of US-made pillows: Its  Down Pillow comes in soft, medium, and firm, and in standard and king sizes, ranging in price from $69 to $139. A hypoallergenic Down Alternative Pillow is offered in the same firmness and sizing range, priced from $59 to $89. A smart offering for decorative pillows that aren't used for sleep: Parachute's Feather Euro Insert is machine washable and only $29.  Above: Parachute's garment-dyed linen bedding is woven in Portugal and available in Fog and White as a  Duvet Cover  ($229 for full/queen), a  Flat Sheet  ($99),  Fitted Sheet  ($109), Pillowcases ($60 per pair), Shams ($70 per pair), and Euro Shams ($50 each).    Above: Parachute's basic  Percale Sheet Set  includes one fitted sheet and two pillowcases (one for twin size), ranging in price from $89 for twin to $149 for California king. It's available in five colors—White, Ash, Powder, Navy, and Slate (shown).  Don't delay. Enter your email address below by October 7 for a chance to win a complete bedding set from Parachute. Loading... More Stories from Remodelista The New Metallics: Beds by Piet Hein Eek New Naturals for Fall from Coyuchi 10 Favorites: Hanging Beds (Plus a $350 DIY Project)






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