A Passion for Home Textiles
Since 1999, our factories have supplied superior quality adult, teen, and kids bedding and other home textiles to millions of customers worldwide. How have we been so successful? Over the years we have remained committed to our passion for manufacturing only the highest quality home textile products and providing unmatched customer service – from manufacturing to delivery at your doorstep.
With multiple weaving, printing and dyeing mills, our team works tirelessly to develop unique high-performance material blends. Only the finest quality of cottons, silks, and linens, as well as synthetic and blended fibers are used in the manufacturing of Home Resort products. We pride ourselves on rigorous quality control procedures to ensure excellence before, during and after fabrics are cut, sewn, packaged and shipped to our customers.
We stand behind the quality of all our products and should you have any issues, please email us at email@example.com. Our work isn’t done until our customers are happy!
The Home Resort Difference: Our Sheets
At Home Resort, we use only extra-long and long-staple cotton. Fiber length is one of the most important properties of a fiber used to manufacture sheets. Longer fibers are generally more uniform, finer and stronger than shorter ones which results in softer, more durable textiles. The fine thread spun from our extra-long and long-staple cotton is what creates our soft fabrics. By using long staples, our sheets are composed of some of the finest threads available.
Thread count refers to the number of horizontal and vertical threads per square inch. Generally, the higher the thread count, the softer the sheet, and the more likely it will wear well-or even soften-over time. Really great sheets—the ones that feel soft and last after years of use and washing—generally have thread counts ranging from 200 to 600. Too high of a thread count means that air doesn’t circulate well and too low of a count results in a rough fabric. At Home Resort, all of our sheets are 600 thread count and our comforter and pillow shells are 400 thread count. High thread count sheets are made with finer (thinner) yarns. The more yarns that fit into a square inch, the smoother, denser, and more durable the fabric. Low quality sheets are made with thicker yarns, resulting in lower thread counts and a rougher feel.
Because we are using some the finest yarns when manufacturing our products, we are able to create fabrics with high thread counts. But a high thread count alone does not indicate a high-quality fabric – our high-quality threads combined with the high thread count is what makes our sheets smooth, soft and luxurious.
The Home Resort Difference: Our Comforters & Pillows
White Goose Down
Home Resort only uses white goose down to fill our comforters and pillows – many other brands use white duck down or a mix to minimize costs.
So, what’s the difference? The biggest difference between goose down and duck down is fill power, the measure of how puffy (and thus warm and fluffy) a given amount of down is. To get down with a high fill power (600 – 800) requires a higher percentage of large down clusters, and geese, being larger than ducks, are the only birds that produce sufficiently large clusters for high-end down. Our down comforters and pillows both have a fill power of 700.
When producing our comforters, we use a baffle box construction, to ensure a fluffy, evenly distributed filling and long lasting down comforter. Baffle Box construction refers to down comforter shells that are constructed with sidewalls in each chamber, which means within each stitched square on your comforter there are vertical interior walls, which keep the down fill from shifting. These 3-dimensional chambers allow the down to loft more fully, thus trapping more air and holding in the warmth your body generates.
Both our comforter and pillow shells are made with 400 thread count cotton that’s soft to the touch, but also durable enough to hold in the filling and withstand long-term use.
Down is the by-product of a renewable resource, it is biodegradable and recyclable and it will last for decades. When sourcing and manufacturing our down products, we ensure that our goose down and feathers come from animals that have not been subjected to an unnecessary harm.