{Giveaway} Mulberry West Silk Comforter

FOF Lana Abrams is giving away one queen-sized silk-filled cotton comforter (retail value: $279) from her luxury line of bedding, Mulberry West. Enter to win by answering this question in the comments below: Where did you have the best night’s sleep?

In 2006, Lana Abrams, a graphic designer, took a tour through Beijing on vacation, and noticed a trend at the hotels where she stayed. “They all had these beautiful silk comforters,” says Lana. She went on a tour of the factories where the comforters were made, and discovered they are also made to be pest, mold, and mildew resistant.

When Lana hit menopause a year later, she wanted a lighter weight comforter to alleviate her night sweats. She found that there was nothing available in this country that compared to the silk comforters she had experienced during her trip to China. “I figured a lot of baby boomers might benefit from a comforter like this,” says Lana who at that point decided to start her own line of bedding.

Lana started collecting samples from different silk factories in the U.S. to see how they stacked up to the ones from her trip. Not satisfied with anything she found in the U.S., Lana decided to outsource silk and cotton from China for her own bedding line. She hired a manufacturer there to outsource Mulberry silk, which according to Lana, is the highest quality silk available. It is made through a process that was perfected over hundreds of years by the Chinese, in which the silk worms are fed a diet of only Mulberry leaves, causing them to spin a larger silk cocoon than wild silkworms, which have a varied diet.  Lana also made sure that her cotton was unbleached, without any formaldehyde or other chemicals. She even went a step further and had the silk and cotton used in her comforters certified by a silk and cotton certification company.

“Women who are in menopause are constantly throwing off their comforter, and then they get chilly so they throw it back on,” says Lana. “Mulberry silk is a great solution to this problem because has a lot of breathability, and it wicks away moisture.”

Lana launched her line, Mulberry West, in December of 2010. “I named it Mulberry West because we use Mulberry silk,” says Lana, “and I used the word ‘West’ because I wanted it to have an American sounding name.”  Since launching, she’s sold over 2,000 of her luxury comforters, which are available online as well as in brick and mortar stores across the U.S., from Hildreth’s in the Hamptons to Emissary Fine Linens in Washington, D.C. All Mulberry West products are also hypoallergenic and naturally pest resistant, due to the sericin protein found in silk, which repels bed bugs.

Enter to win a Mulberry Silk queen-sized comforter by answering this question in the comments below: Where did you have the best night’s sleep?


One FOF will win. (See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes December 20, 2012 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.


286 Responses to “{Giveaway} Mulberry West Silk Comforter”

  1. daisy hugon says:

    My childhood bed. I used to pretend that my bad was a recreation vehicle and the pillow was a steering wheel. My dreams took me on the best adventures.

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  2. American Comforters says:

    Wow, amazing post. I want to make custom bedding…

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  3. katti waller says:

    Sleep oh what is that to sleep all night and not wake up with hair that is wet and feel as if I out side in the Jungle.I would love to win I started menopause early and since I can’t bring the freezer upstairs that is where I stick my head when I am hot it would be amazing to have a good night sleep.and not feel sticky. Thank you.

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  4. Jean says:

    silk is great for bedding

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  5. Jean says:

    Silk bedding would be a definite luxury

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  6. Jean says:

    For sepcisl occasions

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  7. Deborah says:

    My own bed!

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  8. Jean says:

    It would make my own bed awesome

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  9. Jean says:

    make sleeping in my ow bed a luxury

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  10. Jean says:

    These would make you feel as if you were staying in a luxury hotel

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  11. Larisa says:

    Sorry but it is only at home in my bed with my dear.

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  12. Jean says:

    I have never been able to afford silk bedding

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  13. Jean says:

    perfect for the holiday

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  14. HolyTerror57 says:

    In my Simmons Beauty Rest Queen Size Bed.

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  15. fhoagland says:

    I got my best night’s sleep about 3 years ago when we rented a house on the bay in St. Pete Beach in the winter. The bedding was luxurious, the bed was soft and we left the french doors open and could hear the waves rolling in. It was heaven.

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  16. Karena says:

    In my bed; however I do find that my down comforter is a bit heavy and warm. This comforter sounds wonderful!

    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  17. Marguerite Clarke says:

    I had the best nights sleep in Paris. having had a wonderful day strolling the streets of Paris and having a wonderful dinner on the left bank.

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  18. Paula Diekhoff says:

    Fortunately, I just had my best nights sleep last night!! It was raining, I was tired and I’d had a glass of chardonnay, so all good factors were in place. I had some interesting dreams!

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  19. chrisskins says:

    I had the best night’s sleep at the hospital the night I delivered my first son. I was so exhausted, I would have slept like a rock on the floor. Bonus: My first “meal” as a new mother was a dry turkey sandwich on white with curled edges.

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  20. Michelle says:

    On the couch Christmas Eve, listening to Christmas Carols. I hope my new rescue Cat will join me this year. She does other nights.

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  21. travelgirl says:

    I always seem to have my best nights of sleep in a tropical location. I am not sure if it is because I am more relaxed, or more comfortable with the room temp, less clothing, or what it is. Perhaps a few tropical drinks may have been involved too 🙂

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  22. Lisa D says:

    Luckily, I’m what I’d call a “good sleeper,” in that I don’t have problems falling and then staying asleep. My best night’s sleep has been in my relatively new bedroom (I bought my very own first home last year), which I’ve arranged and decorated just as I’d like, with a low platform bed and memory foam mattress.

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  23. Jean says:

    Would be great for company

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  24. Fran says:

    The best sleep I had was in Los Cabos Mexico in a bed overlooking the Gulf of mexico with the ocean waves lulling me to sleep.

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  25. Wendy says:

    At home with crisp clean sheets!

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  26. sheryl says:

    In a tent in the forest – lulled into sweet sleep by the sound of huge raindrops hit the ground !!

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  27. Kimberley says:

    My own bed

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  28. dawna says:

    The best night’s sleep I’ve ever had (as a grown-up! :^) was in a fantastic hotel on the ocean in Carmel, California…perfectly luxurious sheets, windows open to a sea breeze, and a fireplace going all night long. Heaven!!!

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  29. kim c says:

    I love, love to sleep in hotels! I love their bedding – so crisp & comfortable!

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  30. carrie obrien says:

    I think at a fabulous hotel in Calistoga, CA!

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  31. Karen says:

    Best night’s sleep: At Wynn in Las Vegas, NV.

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  32. mintjulie says:

    my own bed,with my dog curled up next to me

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  33. Muzzik says:

    I get my best sleep in my own rock solid morgue slab hard bed!

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  34. Tanya says:

    At a fabulous bed & breakfast in Normandy. I felt like I was in the Rip Van Winkle room!

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  35. mandrada says:

    BED as always, gives me the best sleep!

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  36. debra says:

    my own bed

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  37. gshep says:

    Definitely at home!

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  38. Kathleen Quinlan says:

    NOTHING BEATS YOUR OWN BED:) AROUND YOUR OWN SURROUNDINGS. THANKS

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  39. momzworkin says:

    My best night’s sleep was in my own bed the day I came home from back surgery. The hospital bed was hard and cold, and with stitches on the front and back of my body there was just no way to rest. Once at hom in our Stearns and Foster -went to sleep in 5 minutes.

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  40. Jean says:

    beautiful

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  41. Janet George says:

    At home in my own bed with soft silky sheets.

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  42. Sunn ymay says:

    My best night sleeping is usually at home, but when my son played travel baseball, Hotel Robinette in Columbus, Ohio, won my heart. The rollaway bed which my son used felt just like a regular bed, so because he snoozed, I slept fine.

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  43. Jean says:

    These are just beautiful

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  44. Jane Immel says:

    Best nights sleep? Probably in the hospital after childbirth when all needs were taken care of by someone else!

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  45. Angelique Meisner says:

    I have the best nights sleep on our bed in our RV. It id the most relaxing place on earth

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  46. Jean says:

    These would ensure a good nights sleep

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  47. krispy9 says:

    I have the best sleep at most Hilton hotels. Their beds are great.

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  48. L says:

    When my covers are crisp yet warm, with a slight breeze in my bed. Ideally it’s a Saturday night leading into a lazy Sunday.

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  49. Candice Chorny says:

    My bed from 10 years ago was best.

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  50. Megan H. says:

    I usually sleep best in my bed, with freshly laundered sheets. I wash my sheets with an unscented eco-friendly laundry detergent that I infuse with a few drops of Lavender, Rose and Lilac oil. The scent is very faint, but is one that I have come to associate with blissful slumber.

    The best sleep I ever had was at a friends’ mountain home under a thick silk-filled and silk-covered comforter! It was truly amazing that the comforter was both warm and ‘cooling’ at the same time! I didn’t get too hot once and yet still felt comforted and ‘hugged’ by the weight of the comforter. That was nearly 10 years ago and I have still been searching for a comforter that stacks up to the one she had!

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  51. rich twark says:

    I sleep best in my bed with my wife

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  52. john mains says:

    I like to sleep in my own bed

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  53. jen gersch says:

    I love sleeping in a hotel

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  54. Karen Mumpower says:

    We went on a cruise to Alaska and the motion of the boat just made me sleep so good

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  55. Jean says:

    I would just love to have these

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  56. Jean says:

    These would be lovely to sleep on

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  57. beth says:

    I sleep best in my bed, I’m a sheet snob and these would be fantastic and then I think I could answer sleeping best in my bed with these sheets!!

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  58. pmack says:

    This looks so cosy love to win. I get my best sleep at home in my own bed.

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  59. Becky says:

    Home sweet home!!!

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  60. Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard says:

    At a hotel after a long flight home

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  61. melody says:

    in my own bed

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  62. yyoerger says:

    One of the best nights ever was on the way back from a great vacation in Hawaii, an overnight stop to get caught up on time zone changes and have a break in travel before another 5-hour flight. It was at the LA Airport Marriott, with a wonderful pillow-top bed and luxury bedding, and wonderfully sound-proofed rooms. It was perfect timing, tired from an activity-packed vacation, but relaxed and glad to be on the way home.

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  63. Carol C says:

    Believe it or not it was when I was having a sleep study done to see if I had issues with breathing. Even though I was hooked up to all kinds of leads I did not wake once during the night.

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  64. Jean says:

    lovely

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  65. Cynthia says:

    I have the best night sleep in my own bed.

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  66. Violette Chef says:

    crazy as it sounds, my couch

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  67. susan says:

    I love my own bed, with my soft down pillow and my electric blanket, which keeps me warm in the cold New England nights.

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  68. Tha says:

    In my vintage feather bed with my beloved cat purring softly by my head.

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  69. suzanne bernstein says:

    I spend most of the year away from home on business, so my VERY BEST NIGHTS of SLEEP would be when I get to sleep at home…in my very own bed!! There’s no place like home when you spend so much time away 🙂

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  70. Narda Young says:

    In a Hampton Inn in Cape Coral Florida. The best mattress, pillows and sheets ever!

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  71. Ida says:

    At vacation in DR last winter. The bed was soooo soft and sound of the sea just made my night,

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  72. Laura Borud says:

    The best night sleep I’ve had away from home was at the Crater Lake Lodge. Full days of hiking, fresh air, and exhilarating views, followed by comfortable beds and fine linens.

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  73. Susan says:

    when I was in my bed after a hospital stay, no place like home

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  74. Marsha Depace says:

    Every day when on vacation in JAMIACA.

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  75. Diane says:

    In my own bed between my soft, wonderful flannel sheets. It is like being in a cocoon…………..I love it.

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  76. Deb says:

    At home

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  77. Kristen says:

    Laying on a white comforter on a white sand beach.

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  78. mell says:

    I have the best night’s sleep in my own bed with fresh, soft bed linens.

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  79. dmnyes says:

    No Place like home! My feather bed and my down comforter are like sleeping on a cloud!

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  80. karen says:

    In my very comfortable new bed

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  81. Bobbi says:

    In my own bed.

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  82. lisa mcfarland says:

    at home in my own bed

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  83. Paige says:

    Under a wonderful, fluffy comforter.

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  84. MAGGI BOSSE says:

    I’m most comfortable in my nest at home.

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  85. olympicgirl says:

    I sleep the best in my own bed.

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  86. Nancy M says:

    I always sleep best at home in my own bed.

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  87. Jean says:

    beatiful

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  88. Jeanne Rush says:

    I always get the best night’s sleep in my own comfy bed with my down pillows and silk pillowcases.

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  89. April says:

    i have my best sleep near the ocean, hearing the water. but this sounds great, because after reading the info about menopause, she is so right, i am one of those who takes the comforter on and off all night.

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  90. Christine says:

    on a cruise ship

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  91. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Always sleep best in my own bed.

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  92. Rose says:

    It’s hard to remember. Probably at a hotel, though I enjoy just cozying up on the sofa watching a movie or favorite show and napping on a day I have the luxury to do so.

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  93. MSBEHAVENSISTA says:

    IN A HOTEL IN CANCUN, MEXICO… THE SOUND OF THE SEA GULLS AND THE SMELL OF SALT OF THE OCEAN…LIGHT BREEZE..AND THE SOUND OF THE OCEAN WAVES ….AHHH SO PEACEFUL…

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  94. KIM DUBICK says:

    At the Omni Shoreham in Washington, D.C.

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  95. Kimberley Thomas says:

    I had my best nights sleep at the lake house in Vermont ( our families childhood camp) . It was during a visit 2 summers ago and I remember waking up so rested. I usually have to take a sleeping pill but not there. Perhaps because it is so serene and the lake is right out the bedroom window. Waking to the sunshine and the cool mountain air is pure bliss. I live 3000 miles away and doubt I will have the chance to stay there again so it is safe to say this was a cherished memory of rest & relaxation!

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  96. Shari says:

    In a really nice Hotel in Florida.

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  97. Mary n says:

    My very own bed! My husband and I used to have a silk filled top mattress for the summer and you flipped it to the other side and it was filled with wool for the winter months. I miss the mattress and wish we still had it. I need my silk back!

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  98. Becky Beer says:

    Honestly,except for sleeping at my Grandma’s, oh so long ago, I think I sleep best in my own bed. The only problem I have is the comforter, yep too hot, then too chili. I bought the perfect pillows for my sleep position,also the perfect mattress that conforms to my body. Please hook me up with the last piece to the perfect nights sleep in my own bed. That comforter sounds like a dream come true.

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  99. wizardewu says:

    The best night’s sleep was in my own bed at home.

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  100. Sherry F says:

    I had my best sleep on a family vacation in Maui. Snorkeling all day and the sun and then hoping in bed to the sound of the ocean. Want to go back ……

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  101. Ellen says:

    In my own bed listening to the rain – I love clean sheets, my mattress and hearing weather outside.

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  102. Jeanne T says:

    My childhood bed. I used to pretend that my bad was a recreation vehicle and the pillow was a steering wheel. My dreams took me on the best adventures.

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  103. jennifer t. schultz says:

    best nights sleep was in the bahamas.

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  104. Mary says:

    Yikes, that’s a hard one. I haven’t had a good night’s sleep in a while: need a new mattress.

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  105. Rosemary O says:

    I always sleep better in my own bed.

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  106. pmack says:

    I have the best nights sleep when i am at home in my own bed. I don’t like sleeping in a motel bed where so many people have sleep in.

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  107. Sharron says:

    On a feather bed at my Grandmother’s when I was small…visiting with our entire family!! Pretty special!!

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  108. Christine Norman says:

    At a convent in Cottonwood, Idaho, in the middle of winter – verrrrry quiet with lots of snow outside.

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  109. Basya says:

    There is not better place to sleep, than at your own bed- I have a Feather blanket-comforter and this is my the best place to have the best sleep.

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  110. MaryAnn Pepe says:

    It was during a sleep study orded by my doctor at a facility that looked like a lovely hotel room.

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  111. ann heffner says:

    best night’s sleep ever? a very warm, summer night, on the freshly mowed grass, under a full moon. oh yeah, naked and feeling free and safe.

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  112. Paula Pile says:

    The Lowe’s Hotel in Atlanta has the most comfortable beds and linens.

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  113. Maureen O'Neal says:

    When I got my BEST night’s sleep is STRAINING the memory a little, it’s been so long, but I’d say, about ten years ago, sleeping in a cabin on the coast of Oregon, with the surf really loud. Soothing somehow!

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  114. kay wolter says:

    never sleep with luxury

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  115. Helen says:

    I had the best night’s sleep in a place in Maui called Napili Surf Resort. Weather was perfect and the sound of ocean calmed me.

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  116. Beth F says:

    There’s no place like home… And my own bed!

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  117. Mary Kime says:

    At my old house I shared with my mom.

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  118. Diane says:

    In my bed at home, when I was growing up. Always slept through the night.

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  119. Judy Yacker says:

    My absolute best night’s sleep was in Umbria in Italy. The breeze, the smell of the lavender and rosemary, and the heavenliness of Italy made even waking hours seem dreamy. These days, I would give pretty much anything to get a decent night’s sleep without resorting to medication.

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  120. Jan says:

    pick me!!

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  121. Melissa Hartley says:

    Well I have a pretty comfy bed right now but I stayed at a hotel in Branson, Missouri that had an awesome bed as well as a great pillow!
    Thanks 🙂

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  122. Vicki Morgan says:

    I had the best night sleep at our place on top of the mountain in Sewanee Tennessee.
    The environment is wonderful, the mattress super soft, and these sheets would make it even more perfect.

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  123. Barbara S says:

    There is nothing like home; I know all the noises and squeaks!!

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  124. Diane says:

    ON a cruise ship the bed felt like I was on a cloud

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  125. bonnie newman says:

    I had my best night sleep when I went back home to see my family and I slept in my room when I was a kid.

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  126. Kai W. says:

    My best sleep was at my boyfriend’s house on his numbers bed.

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  127. christy r. says:

    Hi,

    I always had the best night’s sleep at my Grandmother’s when I as a child.

    Thanks

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  128. smfsprout says:

    There is a hotel in Cambridge, Mass with the softest organic cotton sheets on top of a awesome mattress. With my baby girl in the bed next to mine, I slept dreamless and peacefully.

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  129. Kathi says:

    One of my best nights of sleep is when I went to Atlantic City and stayed at Trump Plaza, What a comfortable bed! Whenever I visit there I look forward to going to sleep because the bed is so comfy and I know I will have a goodnight’s sleep. 🙂

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  130. MoonRae says:

    A little hotel at Mt Shasta

    ~Sharon~

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  131. Karen K. says:

    I had the best night sleep in my own bed at home with my family!

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  132. Joan says:

    At the Atlantis in the Bahmas. We stayed in an apartment in the Reef. There is a window that spans almost all of the wall across from the bed. All you see is ocean . I find the sound and sight of the surf give you the most peacefull and refreshing sleep. It also helps that the bedding makes you feel like you are floating.

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  133. Laura Emerson says:

    We went to a little Bed and Breakfast in New Hampshire last year. All you could hear were the crickets outside, the gentle waves outside of our window and the wonderful smell of Lilacs. I have never slept so good in all of my life!

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  134. Linda Letto says:

    Feather beds in Austria !!

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  135. Janet says:

    The best night’s sleep I ever had was at the Amara Resort in Sedona, Arizona. I love how being near all the vortexes made me feel! And they have the best pillows I’ve ever slept on!

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  136. Karen C says:

    There is a wonderfull hotel we visit in Laguna Beach, California, where the tide almost comes under the balcony to your room. Your leave your door ajar, locked into place, and fall asleep listening to the wonderful sounds of the surf! Pure bliss!

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  137. Faith Moeller says:

    My best night’s sleep was when I was outdoors on my queen blow-up mattress snuggled in my blanket. It was raining/snowing outside; I was with friends and we got caught in a freak storm in Alaska.

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  138. Soledad says:

    My best nights of sleep were always at home. But I now have really bad insomnia; so maybe this comforter will help me to sleep better.

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  139. Janet says:

    Years ago when I was first married and we had a king size water bed.

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  140. S Kay d. says:

    My bed, with fresh sheets, after using Mrs Meyers lavender dryer sheets. Heaven!

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  141. dorothy borgese says:

    when I went to visit my dad in Calif. I have four bed hogging dogs lol

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  142. Shannon Orton says:

    Home in my bed when everyone is home sleeping

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  143. Mary W says:

    The Seattle Grand Hyatt after hiking around town all day long.

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  144. tornadol says:

    At my moms house.

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  145. Rebecca says:

    I don’t like to sound boring, but the best night’s sleep I ever had was when my husband and I added a thick, memory phone topper onto our queen-sized mattress. Now all we need is that comforter!

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  146. carol says:

    looks comfy

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  147. susan ayscue says:

    in my own bed, i’m a real bed snob 🙂

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  148. Lisa M says:

    I’m still looking for that perfect nights sleep!

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  149. Ruth Wherley says:

    I had the best night’s sleep in my very own bed at home!

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  150. angela says:

    I always experience the very best sleep in home in my own bed !! For however humble it may be , there is NO PLACE like home !!

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  151. Nanci Myers says:

    My best nights sleep was in an rv right on the beach on Cape Cod!

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  152. Shirley A says:

    Ritz Carlton Kapalua, Maui, HI. Nothing like sleeping on a down bed with a view of the water, waking up to a fabulous sunrise. I was on a working trip & sleeping there was so relaxing.

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  153. D.Smith says:

    I have yet to have one since going into hysterectomy induced menopause in 1996 when I was 36 years old (I’m now 52). Do these hot flashes ever end?! I don’t know what it’s like to sleep through an hour, much less the night. WAH!!!

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  154. Elizabeth Mancuso says:

    My best night’s sleep was, and is, in my own bed on one of those nights when all is well … with me, with my husband, my teenagers, my bulldog and my cats. When I can lie down worry-free, I wake up in the morning refreshed; I can even take the night sweats in stride. I consider it a time of tossing and turning “meditation”
    and focus on deep breathing.

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  155. Cindy Matson says:

    On a cruise ship Everytime I go on a cruise I get the best sleep i think its the background noise or vibration of the engines

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  156. MBissaillon says:

    Certainly it is my own bed. Need a comforter to make it perfect!

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  157. marsha armitage says:

    Hopefully in my bed with a Mulberry Silk Comforter…

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  158. marsha armitage says:

    hopefully in my own bed with a Mulberry Silk Comforter… Every night it’s the same thing…kick them off put back on. and with winter arriving it becomes a pain…and once off the dog takes over and I don’t get any blankets…

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  159. Sandy L. says:

    In my own bed.

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  160. Susan Lockwood says:

    At Kimpton property, Hotel Monaco, in Old Town Alexandria, VA.
    I LOVE silk!!!

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  161. Ceri McCandless says:

    A couple of years ago, I was in the process of moving into a home I’d just bought. The house needed a ton of work and it was grueling. In the meantime, I was sleeping on the couch at my sister’s house. Our oldest sister was in town for a few days to help and the night she went back home, she handed me the key card for her hotel room and told me I had the room for two more nights. I soaked in the tub for half an hour and then slept like a comatose person for 12 straight hours in a comfy, cushy bed with luxury linens. Heaven!

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  162. Maryann says:

    On a cruise ship – balcony cabin – door open – sound of the ocean and the soothing rocking of the ship!

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  163. Joc says:

    I had my best night sleep when we went to Maui – the bed was super comfy and the weather was fantastic! (had the windows open)

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  164. Loretta Burkhalter says:

    On my former king-sized waterbed.

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  165. jeanne nelson says:

    My best night’s sleep was at the Ritz Carlton. The bedding was superb and the room had darkening curtains. Heaven.

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  166. Kat says:

    In Pennyslvania; visiting the house I grew up in. Crickets, frogs, all kinds of night creatures stirring…it was wonderful.

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  167. Sheeree Atkins says:

    a rainy night in Washington state

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  168. Sheeree Atkins says:

    I have allergies this would be good for me

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  169. Marsha Crain says:

    I had my best night sleep in a Mountain Lodge in Snowyrange, Centennial,Wy after climbing 14,000 ft to the highest peak there. It was time consuming, exhausting and exhilarating at the same time. After I got in the room, I opened the windows and literally pasted out in my bed–woke up to the birds singing and a fantastic sunrise!!!!

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  170. WavyGravy says:

    My best night’s sleep was on a boat being rocked to sleep by the gentle splashing of the water.

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  171. Charlie Farrell says:

    My super comfy bed at home!

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  172. Jill says:

    In my bed at home. I want the softest blankets and most comfortable sheets I deserve to sleep in pure pleasure every night. Buying bedding is my weakness!!

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  173. Sharon Haas says:

    My best nights sleep started happening after I bought a hammock for my screen porch. I sleep out there every warm night during fall, spring and summer and wake up completely rested and happy. Then during winter months I have dreams about sleeping out there which aren’t as refreshing but still make me happy.

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  174. MK says:

    cold room in ski country on real feather mattress

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  175. Cynthia says:

    Best night of sleep-the hospital, adjustable bed, perfect temp & drugs. I don’t sleep we’ll as a rule but sure would like to!

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  176. Janet Keyser says:

    In Athens, Greece in 1976. My husband proposed to me there and I cannot think of a more romantic place. The hotel was nice, too!

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  177. Zenaida says:

    In my own bed.

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  178. Theresa says:

    It has been a minute since I have had a good night’s sleep. Between throwing the covers off and putting them back on, that has been difficult. But I would have to say I would rather deal with the covers on my own bed.

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  179. Sheila Chaffins says:

    My best nights sleep was when I got my new bed!

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  180. Karen says:

    I always have my best sleep in my own bed.

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  181. elr says:

    Sounds like the “stuff” of good dreams.

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  182. Kim Cage says:

    In my own home years ago on a king sized waterbed!

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  183. Kathy says:

    New Orleans Marriott. That’s when we realized we needed a new mattress! I’m sleeping well at home now. A comforter that is pest, mold and mildew resistant is perfect for here in the South.

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  184. Ali Moss says:

    I haven’t had a decent nights sleep since I turned 50 but at
    least it’s better in my own bed.

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  185. Camilla Wilson says:

    I used to have a king sized waterbed.

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  186. Sandra says:

    My best nights sleep was a the Four Seasons in Orlando.

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  187. BernadetteM says:

    The best sleep i have ever had was in a 5* hotel..
    Bed was so comfortable.. Bedding was amazing!
    I would love to win some quality bedding..

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  188. Catherine K (@cathyincanada) says:

    Hyatt Place in Greensboro, North Carolina. Combination of great bedding and being away from the rest of the world

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  189. Carol Rowland says:

    A number of years ago a friend of mine gave me his villa at the St. James Club for a week. The bedroom had shades that blocked out light completely. The bed was large and comfortable and the sheets were dive. I have never slept that well in my life.

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  190. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Always at home

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  191. courtney says:

    At a little bed and breakfast up in Pennsylvania. It was raining that night and I was in an attic room with a slanted ceiling and really beautiful wallpaper. So many pillows on that bed and the mattress was so soft and I could hear the rain on the roof! Definitely the most comfortable night of sleep I’ve ever had!

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  192. katie says:

    While this doesn’t sound exotic or exciting and seems to be the most common answer, my own bed is the truth. We have a great mattress and all the right bedding and it is always very cozy. I most enjoy it in winter when it snows and school is delayed so I get to sleep in and enjoy the morning.

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  193. Beth Surdut says:

    Floating on a raft on Mother Ocean… I paint on silk so would be particularly interested in this comforter.

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  194. Fab55 says:

    …. the Kansas City Airport Hampton Inn…. don’t know why, but their pillows and comforter were the coziest in the world.
    Haven’t been able to replicate that feeling.

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  195. Kaye says:

    My daughters bed was the best ever. The mattress felt like down, and the sheets had the highest thread count I’d ever slept in. Maybe near exhaustion because of the five-hour flight to get there had something to do with it, but, no! I’m sure it was the stuff I was sleeping on and under that did it.

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  196. Dawn Cronk says:

    My best nights sleep was in a B & B in Boise, an old Victorian house, we slept in the rose room, it had roses on the wallpaper, a four poster bed with a very comfortable mattress, soft linens that were rose scented. It was perfection, after a good night’s sleep and a bath in the claw foot tub, I was totally rejuvinated!

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  197. Linda Siess says:

    How I love to sleep! I’ve always been a side sleeper, but following surgery (a mastectomy), for many weeks I needed to sleep on my back. Ugh! My best night’s sleep was the night I was finally allowed to sleep on my side again. . . ahhh, lovely! Sweet dreams, everyone!

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  198. Debra says:

    The best sleep I ever had was in what probably was the equivalent to Grandmas Feather bed. I was visiting a friend living in a small Gingerbread like cottage on Vancouver Island. It had to have been 40 years ago and I remember it like it was just last year. Soft, fluffy and silky . I lay down on my back and didn’t move until morning.

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  199. Murphy says:

    My best night sleep was when I was pregnant with my first born and was so big I had packed all these pillows around me and I slept soooo good. (He’s now 33)

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  200. Dorothy Campbell says:

    My own bed at home, nothing like it!

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  201. Brenda says:

    Best night’s sleep is in my queen size guest bedroom bed. The mattress is harder and higher than my king size bed in the bedroom and I liked it so much better. I let my husband choose the beds as he has a bad back. Also heavy comforters hurt his feet, so I can’t use something heavy on the bed.

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  202. lora says:

    i’ve no idea where…but i know when. i slept quite well ( mostly ) through my life until Life caught up with me at 48 yrs of age (now i am 57 ). for almost 10 yrs sleep has become an elusive desire. i miss simply laying my head on ANY pillow and ANY bed with the ability to just go to sleep, to wake and it’s actually time to get up! the rituals of sleep now are time consuming and rather exhausting ( but not enough for a smooth 6 or 8 or…hour nights sleep). i miss the not having to think about SLEEP!!

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  203. Patty Pavone says:

    I love to fall asleep to the sound of rain, not a thunder storm but a rain shower.

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  204. Tina Ashton says:

    Always sleep best at home. Love the idea of this comforter as the designer described me exactly. I start with the covers on, toss them off during the night and them search for them in the early morning when I have cooled off. I’ve had the same comforter for 15 years and never thought that a silk comforter could solve my temperature control issues.

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  205. Pauline says:

    My best night sleep is at home.

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  206. Marilyn says:

    it’s been so long i can’t recall.

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  207. STEPHANIE ESPARZA says:

    THE BEST NIGHT’S SLEEP IS AT HOME,NEXT TO MY HUBBY!!!!!!!!!!

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  208. dreamer1315 says:

    I usually have the best sleep at home in my own bed

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  209. Margarida says:

    The best night’s sleep was sleeping in my husband’s arms in a tent on a camping trip.

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  210. kirscr says:

    My mother in law has these on all her beds, they are just yummy!!! I think the most comfortable night’s sleep I’ve had was at her house or at Westin Hotel Grand Suite.

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  211. Denise Willeby says:

    I looks really soft & comfy

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  212. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    My best night’s sleep was in my won bed when we bought a new mattress

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  213. mtwheat says:

    In my cozy bed at home with my favorite pillows and my dogs on the floor beside me. ♥

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  214. Helen Chun says:

    I have the best night’s sleep in the comfort of my own home in my bed with my boyfriend.

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  215. Donna Fillion says:

    Without including my own bed and thinking back, the best nights sleep I had was in the Outrigger hotel in Hawaii back in 2007. It was a memorial vacation with my daughter. The hotel had been recently remodeled and the mattress was soft and luxurious. There were European pillows on the bed. The sheets where crisp. And the ocean view was unforgettable.

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  216. Patty says:

    At the Hard Rock Hotel in Biloxi, MS.

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  217. Mary F. says:

    My best night’s sleep is in my own bed but I do end up throwing the comforter off, so this Mulberry silk one sounds promising!

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  218. tksinclair says:

    Del Coronado in San Diego…10th wedding anniversary..didn’t want to get out of bed (for various reasons! LOL) But mostly, shhhh….my husband’s not listening right…it was the lucious bedding!

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  219. Ann says:

    When I was a student I house sat for one of my Professors. We called his bed the “coma bed” it was sooo comfy!

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  220. d.wales says:

    Where – at home. A better question would be when. It’s been a long time since I wasn’t woken up during the night by hot flashes, aches, or another person or dog.

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  221. Tammy Allen says:

    I cannot remember where I had my best night’s sleep. With menopause and a weak bladder I am usually up pretty much on and off. I would love to see if this would help me stay asleep or at least reduce my waking times.

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  222. nancy dockry says:

    bhutan

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  223. Monica Platz says:

    My best night sleep is had (sadly) at Northwestern Hospital while sedated!

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  224. dreamer1315 says:

    At home in my own bed – warm & cozy!

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  225. mrs_squeeze says:

    A recent best night’s sleep was at a Hilton hotel in Knoxville, TN because I was away for the first time in 18 years ALONE, so I slept in a bed by myself, king sized!

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  226. danielle brigandi says:

    on the sofa

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  227. Diana Tenes says:

    my french bed which is filled with all different sizes of pillows and layers of blankets. quilts, and comforters. Cuddly

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  228. Bobbie J Crippen says:

    My best nights sleep was camping on the beach at Fort Bragg Ca. and waking up to watch the whales passing by and playing.

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  229. FDDJFVA says:

    I just got back from a trip to the Bellagio in Las Vegas. The bedding, comforter, mattress all added up to a couple of wonderful nights of blissful, uninteruppted sleep. Looking forward to perhaps winning this so I can get the same experience at home!

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  230. cathylwood says:

    Best sleeping my husband and I do is ANYWHERE that’s not our house since our three cats begrudge us our eight hours.

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  231. AJB says:

    While on vacation, I stayed at the Sutton Place hotel in Vancouver which had a very comfortable bed & down comforter.

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  232. vasslt says:

    My own bed at home.

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  233. Martha says:

    The best nights sleep was in my new home. I arrived one month after my husband had already been living there. The bed was made so luxuriously with a thick underpad on a SO right mattress, beautiful warm cozy sheets, a thick comforter and comfy soft pillows. The room was warm, lit with soft lighting – I had the best sleep in my life.

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  234. diana shenderovich says:

    best night sleep always at home

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  235. Mary Cunningham says:

    My best night’s sleep was at the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville, KY. Heavenly pillow-top mattresses and luxurious bedding. I’m sure this bedding would be equal to that, and it’s beautiful, too!

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  236. Susan Krich says:

    at home

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  237. Barbara wicklund says:

    The best nights sleep I had was in a hotel near Milwaukee. They were testing having the absolute most luxurious bedding and their clients reactions. My reaction was I almost missed the morning meeting, because I didn’t want to get up!

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  238. joyce says:

    In my grandmas bed,with her great down comforter.

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  239. Marcelle says:

    Looks so luxurious! I would love to see if I would get the best night sleep ever…………..

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  240. Kathi Elster says:

    I recently stayed at the Hilton in Deerfield Beach, Florida the bed and the bedding was so so comfortable.

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  241. Stephanie V. says:

    hmm, had insomnia last night and on 3 hours sleep so great question for me. Two beds stand out for good sleep – the ones in Wynn and Bellagio Las Vegas. Both very soft and comfy.
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  242. km_maggard says:

    I have the best night’s sleep in my own bed with my husband and usually a cat on my pillow…

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  243. sharon cherro says:

    i would love to try this comforter because i have really bad allergies and i would like to see if it works

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  244. Denise says:

    IN A COTTAGE IN THE COTSWOLDS,ENGLAND.
    NICE AND WARM AND COSY!

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  245. Jill says:

    Wow, it has been so long I cannot remember, Would be exstatic to win this, it sounds like pure luxury.

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  246. amy mayer says:

    I had the best night’s sleep at the Grant Hotel in San Diego–cush!

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  247. Lisa says:

    After being in labor for 3 days, I had my best nights sleep in the hospital the night after giving birth to my first child!

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  248. Nancy Jachcik says:

    I have the best night sleep as long as I’m in my very own bedroom!

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  249. impuzzled says:

    I am with other who say my best night’s sleep is in my own bed, next to my significant other!

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  250. Flo Zoltanetzky says:

    At home, in my bed, with flannel sheets and a comforter.

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  251. Jacquie says:

    The best night’s sleep is in my bed in a cold room. Breathing the cold air leaves me refreshed and ready to face the day, providing I have bedding that keeps me warm.

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  252. Mary G says:

    In Maine with its cool summer nights and the windows open!

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  253. Amanda Rauch says:

    I slept best when we first got our new bed. Now that it is older, not so super sleep.

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  254. Ann Altaher says:

    Can’t wait to fall into bed and sleep.

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  255. velder dixon says:

    at home in my cozy bed

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  256. Katie says:

    Malamasion in Oxford

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  257. Cheryl says:

    I had the best night’s sleep years ago when my kids and I went home to Mom’s for a visit. That first night I curled up in the bed (which I had sometimes used as a kid) in the guest room on wonderfully soft cotton sheets, with the old blue silk comforter that was my Mom’s and they just felt and smelled like home. As soon as my kids were asleep, I was out. Best night’s sleep, ever.
    This bedding looks lovely, I have noticed that I also go through the hot, not too hot thing on and off during the night. Great idea!

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  258. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    In my own bed, every night! I bought a mattress that I love and it’s made all the difference in the world for me.

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  259. mikeline skibsted says:

    We visited my Grandmother in Ireland in the 1950s. She had a Bed and Breakfast. To this day I remember the Big Feather Beds with Down Comforters. I would sink into the bed and be asleep by the time my mom finished covering me. What wonderful dreams I would have in that Big Feather Bed!

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  260. Bonnie says:

    I have the best night sleep in my zen bedroom with a pillow top mattress, a lightly scented candle and my ocean waves music lulling me to sleeps!

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  261. Jewel Hopson says:

    I’m a former flight attendant so I’ve slept around (so to speak). Some hotels are better than others, but a good night’s sleep depends on many conditions. So I would have to agree – “Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like home.” My best night’s sleep was in my own queen size bed.

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  262. sisterjtc says:

    Snuggly, beautiful, lux – My bed in a dark cool room. Sweet.

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  263. Vickie Tucker says:

    Yes, I would love these!

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  264. Kathy Bales says:

    I had my best night’s sleep in a 5 star hotel.

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  265. Mari says:

    In Santa Fe NM, in the summer time, under the stars on a hammock. It is like being a child again.

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  266. Carol Berman says:

    The best night’s sleep I has was at a luxury hotel with extra luxury sheets and quilt.

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  267. Judi Tafoya says:

    I want to snuggle in one of those !!!

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  268. Elizabeth says:

    I have the best night’s sleep at home snuggling with my husband.

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  269. Heather says:

    My best night’s sleep was also on silk….a small hotel in Paris. Between the silk and the jet lag, I slept for 10 hours straight!

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  270. eddyrobey says:

    During my adult life, I’ve always slept best in my own home, because great bedding is a real priority for happiness.

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  271. mrsbecky says:

    I get the best night sleep at home in my own bed. I really don’t enjoy traveling for that reason. No place like home.

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  272. Beth R says:

    On vacation in Destin, FL – the bed, pillows, sheets and comforter was so comfortable.

    I would love to have that feeling in my own bed!

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  273. Thelma Rodriguez says:

    I slept the best ever @ the Hard Rock Hotel and casino in Isleta, NM. The most plush and comfortable bed ever!!

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  274. palapalaluke says:

    I have my best sleep at home in my own bed!

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  275. Fran Herzig says:

    The best night’s rest I have is anywhere that I am beside my husband. I cannot sleep without his calming presence near me (and I’d love to do that on silk sheets).

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  276. Teresa Scarborough says:

    on a cruise

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  277. Onehsancare says:

    A hotel room without my husband, where I had complete control over the thermostat (74 degrees!) and the bedding!

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  278. debra says:

    best nights sleep -in my own bed with my down comforter

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  279. Regina says:

    Honestly, I sleep the best when I fall asleep on the couch!

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  280. sgoulet660 says:

    At home tucked into my cozy bed.

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  281. Jean says:

    gorgeous

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  282. Amber says:

    The best night sleep that I have is laying next to my husband. Especially when I am gone for a weekend for work. Nothing beat coming back to him in bed.

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  283. Nancy says:

    I have the best nights sleep at home on my Temperpedic mattress. I love it!

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  284. hofken says:

    I have the best night’s sleep under the stars at our mountain cabin

    Cynthia.Richardson@azbar.org

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  285. Pamela37 says:

    Best night sleep I had was at the Boulder’s Resort on their plush beds

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  286. Pamela37 says:

    This looks heavenly

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