Ideal for couples: Keep the Peace Bedding’s customizable bedding product

Interior designer Renae Farley has launched a consumer product designed as a solution for couples battling different temperature preferences while sleeping. Keep the Peace Bedding’s design revolutionizes the traditional couple’s comforter with unique construction, eco-minded practices and a variety of fabric options to create the a customizable bedding. 

Keep the Peace Bedding uses a unique zipper concept to create split comforters that allow each individual to choose the desired warmth and material for their “side.” The zipper makes it possible to fold back or completely remove one side of the comforter without consequence to the preferences of the person sleeping on the other side. The intended result is an end to bedroom disagreements about warmth and a better night sleep for both people. 

Assembled in the US, Keep the Peace comforters are made without dyes and are available in down, synthetic down, bamboo matelassé and cotton matelassé. 

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