Sustainable Sleeping in CAPS

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We drive a car –gross modo– 2 hours a day and sleep between 6 to 8 hours a day. Yet we are willing to spend five times as much on a car than on a bed. Do you get it? Maybe your car gives space to the whole family and brings you to far off places. Maybe a new car gives you status or is a subject of reliability (disregarding Toyota). Maybe a new car is less polluting when we’re all in traffic going to work. Or maybe you don’t care about a good sleep …

Good –
to be desired or approved of;
having the qualities required for a particular role;
possessing or displaying moral virtue;

Sleep –
a condition of body and mind such as that which typically recurs for several hours every night, in which the nervous system is relatively inactive, the eyes closed, the postural muscles relaxed, and consciousness practically suspended

To be honest; we do care about a good sleep. When we were looking for the Supergîtes beds we decided that we really wanted to look after our guests: They needed to sleep good in all three aspects. It had to be good (approved), good (high quality) and good (show moral virtue). We really wanted comfort to the heavens and sustainability to the max. Unbelievable but true we found the perfect beds; handmade box springs by Lavital with all the sustainable signatures imaginary. Their beds are specially handmade for each individual client, 100% natural, filled with natural horse and camel hair and fair trade cotton. Like a dream come true; Sustainable Sleeping in CAPS!

Read all about the Lavital box spring beds, the fair trade, and their philosophy or come to Tourteron and test the beds yourself @Supergites.

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