WOW Creations Pre-Emmy's Gifting Suite held on Saturday, August 16, 2014 at the Luxe Hotel on North Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills featured a wide of products on display to the media and celebrity attendees.
The Harris Brothers, stars of the popular television franchise, "Storage Wars" and the "Kings of Swag" have a keen eye for the right products to put on display at their various gifting lounges.
This year, that would be Beantown Bedding.
This year, with the 66th Primetime Emmy's coming quickly, Beantown Bedding, the brainchild of two Boston mothers may have stole the show.
What started as an idea for their kids heading off to college now has taken Hollywood by storm.
What a great idea.
Beantown Bedding is in short, biodegradable bedding that one can dispose of in two weeks. Think about the possibilities for travelers, families with kids and especially college students. As we all know, college students hate to do laundry.
Beantown Bedding was founded by Joan Ripple and Kirsten Lambert in 2009 and after only one year of research they had their "Laundry-Free Linens."
Per Beantown Bedding, here is how they describe their product:
Laundry-Free Linens® are convenient, comfortable and clean. Made from eco-award winning botanic fibers, they‘re biodegradable and compostable too. So forget about laundry - just toss, don't wash!
By the expressions of the faces of those at the WOW Creations Pre-Emmy's Gifting Suite, they are on board with this idea.
What you get
At prices from $11.99 to $34.99 you can choose from different sizes in sheet sets and pillow cases.
Things to consider:
Sheet sets will come with a fitted sheet, flat sheet, pillowcase (You gt two pillowcases for Full and Queen).
These sets are great for the environment as you save water, energy and your valuable time.
Beantown Bedding is USDA certified 100% Biobased and chemical-free, dye and odor-free.
They are also hypoallergenic, since they are made with award-winning Tencel, which resists and repels bacteria, mold and those pesky dust-mites.
Beantown Bedding is easy to take with you and you should keep a few extra sets around for visitors or that impromptu camping trip.
Order your Beantown Bedding at www.beantownbedding.com.
Danielle Lao (@TheLittleGiant on Twitter) contributed to this article