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Delilah Home Launches Organic Cotton Beach Towel Collection

The thick and thirsty towels, certified to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), are perfect for a sustainable summer.

Charlotte, NC (July 12, 2021) – Charlotte, NC-based home textiles company Delilah Home is launching a collection of thick and thirsty organic cotton towels perfect for the beach or pool this summer. An extra bonus is that their manufacturing is certified to the stringent Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) which prohibits the use of hazardous processing inputs and lets you focus on having a sustainable summer.

The beach towels are named after Delilah Home-owner Michael Twer’s favorite North Carolina beaches:

  • The Sunset Beach towels are colorfully striped and available in red/white, light blue/white, navy blue/white, and mineral green/white. All have a fun tassel edge and are oversized at 36x70 inches.
  • The Kiawah Beach towels are European crafted and come in a beautiful exclusive design in navy blue/white and green/white. They are oversized at 40x70 inches.

The towels – crafted in Portugal and available only at www.DelilahHome.com – use long-staple, 100% organic Turkish cotton, spun into fine yarns and crafted into long, two ply, double loops that make the most of the fiber’s extraordinary length. The result is a lofty towel with a soft, fluffy pile that feels plush yet lightweight. Extra-long loops give these highly absorbent towels a relaxed, welcoming style, and they’re up to 50% thicker than most beach towels!

“My family loves the beach (and so does our dog, Delilah), so it only made sense for Delilah Home to make  plush and absorbent towels that will look gorgeous on the beach while also taking care of the planet,” says Twer.

Delilah Home also makes a range of plush organic cotton towels that absorb water easily and have a pile that is luxurious to the touch. They are available in sizes ranging from hand towels to bath sheets. The silky soft 300 thread count sheets and duvet covers also are made of 100 percent organic cotton. In May, Delilah Home was named a winner of a Good Housekeeping magazine’s Best Bedding award for its 100 percent organic hemp sheets. All Delilah Home organic products are certified to GOTS.

The interest in - and demand for - organic fiber products is only growing. Organic fiber sales in the U.S. reached another record in 2020, hitting $2.1 billion and posting a 5 percent increase from 2019, according to the Organic Trade Association’s 2021 Organic Industry Survey. The organic fiber and textiles category continues to rank as the largest non-food organic category in the overall $62 billion U.S. market.

About Delilah Home (www.DelilahHome.com): Delilah Home was founded in Charlotte, NC, in 2019 to bring the highest quality organic and sustainable home textiles to North America’s homes. The company was named after the owner’s scared puppy that survived a life-threatening ordeal in the Carolina mountains in 2018. She weathered extreme cold temperatures and record winds by living off the land for 62 days. Around her, an entire community rallied for her return. Her story reflects the fundamental pillars of Delilah Home - sustainability, impact, community. Delilah Home believes in being a good steward and partners with local and national charities including 1% for the Planet, Operation Warm, and Rotary International.


 

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Delilah Home Launches World’s First GOTS Organic Hemp Sheets Collection

North Carolina-based company adds organic hemp sheets to its collection of organic cotton sheets and towels certified to the Global Organic Cotton Standard (GOTS)

Charlotte, NC (December 14, 2020) – Just in time for holiday gift giving and cuddling up for the winter, North Carolina-based home textiles company Delilah Home is launching the world’s first 100 percent organic hemp sheets certified from field to finished product to the stringent Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). GOTS requires the use of organic fiber and prohibits the use of hazardous processing inputs.

Delilah Home launched the nation’s first extensive collection of hemp sheets just a year ago, in November 2019, and has since found a source for certified organic hemp. Processing is undertaken in a family-run factory in Portugal, a country renowned for quality textile manufacturing. There, the hemp fibers are turned into cozy sheets with a non-toxic process used to soften them to a pleasing linen-line texture.

“With our organic hemp sheets, Delilah Home is helping create or expand an organic safe haven in the home,” says Michael Twer, Delilah Home CEO.

The sheets, available in white as well as calming mineral green and light grey tones, complement Delilah Home’s range of plush 100 percent organic cotton bed linens and towels. The 180 gram sheets and duvet covers are silky soft while the towels - available from hand towels to bath sheets - have a pile that is luxurious to the touch and absorbs water easily. All products are available at Delilah Home, as well as Bloomingdales, Macys.com, and The Grommet­. 

Hemp fibers are known for being long, strong (read: long-lasting!), absorbent, mildew-resistant, and temperature regulating. This means that hemp will keep a person warm in winter and cool in summer than cotton.

In 2020, the Sleep Foundation named Delilah Home’s hemp sheets some of the “Best Cooling Sheets” that not only allow cool air to reach the sleeper’s body but can wick away excess moisture to keep the sleeper dry and comfortable. The hemp sheets also won over the Wall Street Journal: “they hit a delightful balance between textured and soft. Like a heavy linen’s, their heft was cozy and reassuring…with a tussled, rustic look… worth the splurge.”

All Delilah Home organic cotton and hemp products are now GOTS-certified, and the company also is one of the first textile businesses to have it products Certified Vegan by Vegan.org.

About the Organic Textile Market:

The interest in – and demand for – organic fiber products is only growing. Organic fiber sales in the U.S. reached another record in 2019, hitting $2.1 billion and posting a 15 percent increase from 2018, according to the Organic Trade Association’s 2020 Organic Industry Survey. The organic fiber and textile category continues to rank as the largest non-food organic category in the overall $55.1 billion U.S. organic market.

About Delilah Home (www.DelilahHome.com): Delilah Home was founded in Charlotte, NC, in 2019 to bring the highest quality organic and sustainable home textiles to North America’s homes. The company was named after owner Michael Twer’s scared puppy that survived a life-threatening ordeal in the Carolina mountains in 2018. She weathered extreme cold temperatures and record winds by living off the land for 62 days. Around her, an entire community rallied for her return. Her story reflects the fundamental pillars of Delilah Home - sustainability, impact, community. Delilah Home believes in being a good steward and partners with local and national charities including 1% for the Planet, Rotary International, Operation Warm, and Beds for Kids. In addition, Twer is the chairman of the Organic Trade Association’s Fiber Council.  

 

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Delilah Home Launches US’s Most Extensive Hemp Bed Sheets Collection

New Charlotte, NC-based company offers hemp sheets as well organic cotton sheets and towels certified to the Global Organic Cotton Standard (GOTS)

Charlotte, NC (November 22, 2019) – Charlotte, NC-based home textiles company Delilah Home launched today, becoming the first US brand to offer an extensive collection of 100 percent hemp sheets. The company also offers organic cotton towels and sheet sets certified to the stringent Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). All products are available at Macys.com, Zola.com and Delilah Home.  

The common perception of hemp is that it’s the scratchy fiber used in rope and the like for millennia. However, a non-toxic process is used with the Delilah Home hemp sheets and duvet covers to soften them to a pleasing linen-line texture. In addition, hemp is highly absorbent, antimicrobial and long-lasting – perfect for the sustainable home.

The plush organic cotton towels have a pile that it luxurious to the touch and absorbs water easily. They are available in sizes ranging from hand towels to bath sheets. The silky soft 300 thread count sheets and duvet covers also are made of 100 percent organic cotton. All the sheets and towels come in white, sand, mineral green, and light gray.

“Delilah Home’s goal is to create an organic safe haven in your home,” says Delilah Home CEO Michael Twer. “We are excited to be the first company in the U.S. to offer such a deep collection of beautiful and luxurious hemp and organic cotton products for the home.”

The interest in - and demand for - organic fiber products is only growing. Organic fiber sales in the U.S. reached another record in 2018, hitting $1.8 billion and posting a 15 percent increase from 2017, according to the Organic Trade Association’s 2019 Organic Industry Survey. The organic fiber and textiles category continues to rank as the largest non-food organic category in the overall $52.5 billion U.S. market.

About Delilah Home (www.DelilahHome.com): Delilah Home was founded in Charlotte, NC, in 2019 to bring the highest quality organic and sustainable home textiles to North America’s homes. The company was named after the owner’s scared puppy that survived a life-threatening ordeal in the Carolina mountains in 2019. She weathered extreme cold temperatures and record winds by living off the land for 62 days. Around her, an entire community rallied for her return. Her story reflects the fundamental pillars of Delilah Home - sustainability, impact, community. Delilah Home believes in being a good steward and partners with local and national charities including 1% for the Planet, Beds for Kids, and PETA).

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