Mother’s Day gifts you can get in-store.

If you’re lucky enough to live near one of Tuft & Needle’s beautiful stores (yes, we know we’re biased) then the perfect Mother’s Day gift can be as easy as running in and out. We’ll save you the need to carefully comb through every store in the mall, and help you cut to the chase for the perfect gift. Here are our top in-store picks for mom: Linen Sheet Set in Cloud Cri...

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What the T&N team keeps on their nightstand.

It’s commonly said that you tell a lot about someone through various choices. What kind of car you drive, how your bathroom is decorated, or what you choose to keep in your bag can all (supposedly) paint a picture as to who you are as a person. But what about what you choose to keep next to you as you sleep?While we certainly don’t have the answers as to what these bedside momentos mean...

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Turndown Service: TV, or not TV—our in-house sleep hacker weighs in.

Is watching TV in bed a bad thing? This is perhaps one of the most common sleep questions I’m asked. Spoiler alert. The answer is…yes.First, and I believe most sleep scientists will agree, the light emitted from the TV can cause disruptions to your sleep. Now there are two ways this can occur.The most common is the blue light from the TV messing with your body’s regulatory system. So while ...

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Sleep better, avoid falling for April Fools.

‘Tis the season to stay on high alert for those pesky emails and social media posts trying to trick you. Because we would never want to get your hopes up about a phony product, we’ve put together the ultimate resource to stay ahead of the game and avoid the heartbreak of falling for a fool. 1. Get a full night’s rest.It’s easier to spot a fool if you’re well-rested. And since we’re a be...

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What’s the deal with sleepwalking?

Sleepwalking has recently become more popular than ever, thanks in large part to the now-viral “Sleepwalking TikTok”. The clips feature a woman, who filmed herself over the course of several nights, carrying out tasks that range from fairly mild, like wandering her hallways, to throwing an arm full of drinks into her backyard.  She, in large part, credits her diet as the cause of her midnight j...

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Turndown Service: bedrooms that double as a home office.

Imagine your bedroom. Now remove everything in that room that does not pertain to sleep. What are you left with? A mattress, some linen, and pillows? No dressers, TV, fancy art, or pesky throw pillows. Instead, your room now only contains what the bedroom was originally intended to hold: the tools for a great night’s sleep.Fast forward to today where the impact of COVID-19 has forced a pretty...

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Old wives’ tales about sleep

Sleep is a complicated subject, so it’s not surprising that it’s generated its fair share of old wives’ tales. Of course, like anything, slumber do’s and don’ts are pretty personal, but that hasn’t stopped most of us from buying into the questionable advice that’s been passed down through the generations.So, if you’re like me and treat these tales as truths, (still afraid to jump into the poo...

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Turndown Service: Advice from a sleep hacker

It’s probably not surprising that sleep is pretty important to us here at T&N, so it just makes sense that we would have the ultimate sleep hacker, JD Velilla, on team T&N. JD has been kind enough to share his vast sleep knowledge with us in our newest on-going series, Turn-Down Service.  Keep reading to get to know JD a little better, and to learn a lot more about how...

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Why Do Dogs Sleep So Much?

If you’re a dog owner, you’ve probably thought to yourself “must be nice” as your dog drifted off to sleep for the third time before noon. And while it’s easy to envy your best buddy’s sleep schedule, there’s actually a reason why dogs require more sleep than we do. Humans require about 7-8 hours of sleep per night, and ideally, around 25% of that will be deep or REM sleep—which breaks ...

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