Bedding You Can Feel Good About From MALOUF

MALOUF’s luxurious bedding, including their innovative Z Pillow, is a game changer. Plus, it’s pricepoint friendly.

By Tina Jepsen

 

You can't put a price on a good night of sleep, which is why putting thought into your bedding is vital. Thankfully, there are companies like MALOUF that help make it easier to achieve luxurious and surprisingly affordable pillows, linens, and other nighttime accoutrements.

 

While at the Summer Las Vegas Market, House Tipster trade show host and President of Arch-Interiors Design Group, Christopher Grubb, spoke with Jason Cale, Sales Manager at MALOUF. Jason was eager to talk about his company's latest products, including their state-of-the-art pillow technologies, as well as MALOUF’s charitable inclinations, which are sure to tug on your heartstrings.

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A Showstopper: The Z Pillow

 

The first item from MALOUF’s innovative lineup that struck the eye of Christopher and the rest of the House Tipster media team was the Z Pillow, which features unparalleled technologies and many natural materials.

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Right away, the subtle scent of the pillow catches your attention. “It’s infused with essential oils,” Jason explained. “When you go to sleep, you’re calmed and soothed with the scent of lavender.”  Of course, if lavender doesn’t tickle your fancy, you could also choose from other scents including chamomile and peppermint.

 

Although the pillows smell like heaven, that isn’t even the start of what you get from a Z Pillow.

 

Options are vast, to put it mildly. MALOUF manufactures a multitude of styles depending on the user’s sleeping preferences and where it’ll be used. For example, there are Z pillows specific for side-sleepers, traveling, and even contoured body pillows.

 

Regardless of the model you need, Jason told Christopher that the pillow is meant to provide “a sleep that you’ve never had before.”

 

Double Down with the Triple Down Pillow

 

Christopher, who’s a big proponent of merging design and wellness, couldn’t help but gush over MALOUF’s focus on products that promote sleep and comfort. “You’re the only company that makes a triple down pillow!” he emphasized, and asked Jason to elaborate on this.

 

“Our research and development team worked on this, and ultimately, we made the top part [of the pillow] 90% down and 10% feather, while the center core is 90% feather and 10% down,” Jason explained. This configuration supports the head and neck, starting at the core, while maintaining it’s comfortable feel.

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While you would think a product based on so much research and made with such care would break the bank, that’s not true. Christopher was over the moon when we learned about the Triple Down Pillow’s price. “It retails for $100. For the quality, it’s really affordable!”

 

But That’s Not All

 

Aside from pillows, MALOUF is also known for their woven sheets, which are available in many eco-friendly (and remarkably comfortable) materials like bamboo and Tencel. Their Sleep Tite Protectors for mattresses and Isolus Topper are also standouts.

 

As you can tell, the products speak for themselves, but MALOUF takes it a step further through the MALOUF Foundation. For every product sold, MALOUF gives $5 toward causes that make a difference in the world.  The money goes straight toward the fight against child sex trafficking, which Jason admits is a heavy topic, but “we’re proud to shine a light on it.”

 

 “Our foundation is one of the most important things to us,” Jason explained.

 

With Malouf, the products speak for themselves. They’re designed based on ample research, made with fine, green materials, and backed by a company that puts their philanthropic efforts at the forefront.

 

We’re thrilled to have had the opportunity to learn more about MALOUF through this conversation, and we’re excited to see what’s next from this emerging company.

 

Tipster TV has released the full video coverage from our special interview, and we wanted to pass along a link to the conversation:

 

 

You can learn more about Malouf here.

 

Thank you, Jason and Christopher, for the opportunity to learn more about MALOUF!

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