Registry Pillows

Start by offering them a selection of quality Registry® pillows

  • Wide variety of densities and fills to fit the sleep style of your guests
  • Satisfaction guaranteed: Meets – or exceeds – name brand standards
  • UltraClean natural pillows: A specialized wash cleans feathers and down
  • Affordable and Green: Synthetic pillows use Living Green recycled/regenerated polyester

Registry Natural Fill Pillow Collections
Soft and fluffy, natural fill pillows can include down or feathers or a blend of both. They provide the optimal level of support for stomach sleepers and back sleepers. Learn More

Item

Comfort Level/Density

Sleep Styleinfo Comfort Levels & Sleep Styles
Soft Density Pillows keep head and neck rested throughout the night, perfect for stomach sleepers. Medium Density Pillows are comfortable for a variety of sleepers, but preferred by back sleepers since the head and neck are kept at an optimal angle. Firm and Extra-Firm Density Pillows relax tension in neck and shoulders, ideal for side-sleeping guests.

Fill Type

Opulence
Chamber

Soft, Medium

Stomach Sleeper
Back Sleeper

Inner Pillow Feather/Outer Pillow Down

50% Feather
& 50% Down

Soft

Stomach Sleeper

50% Feather/50% Down

75% Feather
& 25% Down

Medium

Back Sleeper

75% Feather/25% Down

Small Whole Feather

Medium

Back Sleeper

Small Whole Feather

Soft Down

Soft

Stomach Sleeper

Plush Down

Registry Synthetic Fill Pillow Collections
Synthetic fill pillows are created from eco-friendly, regenerated polyester fiber, which can also be specially coated to simulate the softness and feel of real down. Learn More

Item

Comfort Level/Density

Sleep Styleinfo Comfort Levels & Sleep Styles
Soft Density Pillows keep head and neck rested throughout the night, perfect for stomach sleepers. Medium Density Pillows are comfortable for a variety of sleepers, but preferred by back sleepers since the head and neck are kept at an optimal angle. Firm and Extra-Firm Density Pillows relax tension in neck and shoulders, ideal for side-sleeping guests.

Fill Type

Economy

Soft, Medium, Firm

Stomach Sleeper
Back Sleeper
Side Sleeper

Dry Fiber Polyester

Deluxe Silver

Soft, Medium, Firm

Stomach Sleeper
Back Sleeper
Side Sleeper

Siliconized Polyester

Deluxe Gold

Soft, Medium, Firm

Stomach Sleeper
Back Sleeper
Side Sleeper

Highly Siliconized Polyester

Gusseted

Soft, Medium, Firm, Extra Firm

Stomach Sleeper
Back Sleeper
Side Sleeper
Side Sleeper

Siliconized Polyester

Down
Alternative

Soft, Medium

Stomach Sleeper
Back Sleeper

Down Alternative Microfiber

Ultimate

Medium

Back Sleeper

Cluster Polyester

Green

Medium

Back Sleeper

Recycled Polyester

Soft Chamber

Soft

Stomach Sleeper

Inner Pillow Down-Like Blown Polyester/Outer Pillow Slick Microfiber Polyester

Buying Pillows – What You Should Know

Finding and maintaining an assortment of pillows – a pillow menu – for your guests is easy. Choose pillows based on size, fill and firmness (density) and keep a variety on hand to satisfy your guests’ needs and sleep styles. There are two basic types of pillows: Natural and Synthetic.

Natural Pillows

Down Pillows
Down is the soft, fluffy layer of fine feathers under the outer feathers of geese, ducks and other birds. Down has a three-dimensional structure which features thousands of “pockets” that trap air, which provides better fill power, creating a loftier pillow. Down pillows are generally soft and are ideal for stomach sleepers. They are lightweight, loft well and retain their shape.

A Word About Down Quality
The age of ducks and geese that are raised for the food market will determine the quality of down. The younger the bird, the smaller the down cluster. Better quality comes from farm geese, which are allowed to grow to maturity. Generally, the best down comes from larger, more mature birds, especially those raised in colder climates producing a larger and more dense down “cluster.” The denser the down, the better it traps air, which in turn provides better insulation and fill power. The higher the fill power, the better the pillow quality.

Feather Pillows
Feather pillows are a more economical choice than down pillows with an extra degree of firmness and support. Three different kinds of feathers are used in feather pillows:

1. Small Flight Feathers
This type of feather forms part of the flying surface of a bird’s wing. Small Flight Feathers are used in better quality pillows or comforters and are often mixed with a percentage of down.

2. Larger Flight Feathers
Larger Flight Feathers are found on the bird’s wings and tail. They are straight and flat with a hard quill shaft that runs from one end to the other. Larger Flight Feathers are used in good quality feather pillows and feather beds.

3. Body Feathers
Body Feathers protect the bird and are found over its entire body. This type of feather is perfect for use in feather pillows and feather beds because the bend or curve to the shaft gives them more "spring" than other types of feathers.

Down & Feather Blends
Down is often mixed with feathers to make a firmer, more resilient pillow. The hospitality industry’s #1 selling pillow provides the best of both worlds – an inner, feather compartment which provides firm support and an outer, down compartment for soft, flexible comfort.

Why Buy Natural Pillows?
  • Durable
    A down-filled product can last for many years. If well cared for, it retains its loft up to three times longer than do most synthetics. We recommend warm water washing for best pillow care.
  • Hygienic
    Down and feathers are safe and clean. All countries in the world have minimum cleanliness and hygienic requirements.

Synthetic Pillows

Garnet Polyester
Exceptionally resilient and long lasting. Fibers are combed and processed, then inserted into the pillow.

Blown Polyester
Fibers are actually blown into the pillow and mimic down fill. "Adjustable" for sleeper’s comfort and resists matting and clumping.

Types of Blown Polyester
  • Cluster Fiber
    Designed to provide an alternative to the fluffiness of down. The fiber is clustered or balled up much like down, but is more affordable. The fibers “adjust” for maximum comfort and support.
  • Micro-Denier Fiber
    Also called down alternative, it provides superior softness. High quality, short staple-blown fibers are treated with silicon for a smooth, silky finish. This fiber simulates the feel of natural down at a fraction of the cost.
Why Buy Synthetic Pillows?
  • Affordability & Acceptance
    Can be used comfortably by all sleepers
  • Hypo-Allergenic
    Perfect for guests with allergies and sensitivities to down
  • Easy Care

Pillow Care

Great pillows make guests happy! Follow these easy steps to ensure your pillows are properly maintained.
  • Pillows should be cleaned on a regular basis – every 12 weeks is recommended, but please follow each manufacturer's laundering instructions
  • Fill type does not affect the number of washings a pillow can withstand
  • Use pillow protectors to keep pillows free from dirt and impurities
  • Large-capacity washing machines work best
  • Machine wash, gentle cycle with warm water of 120-140° F, using a mild detergent
  • Use only non-chlorine bleach as needed
  • Distribute evenly in the machine and do not overload
  • At the end of complete cycle, reset to normal spin dry for maximum water extraction
  • Tumble dry at low heat (not to exceed 140° F) in large-capacity dryer until thoroughly dry; may require additional drying cycles

Test Your Pillow Knowledge!

  1. Everyone loves a good night's sleep. What environmental factors do people cite as most critical to getting one?
    91% of people think pillows are second only to mattresses (at 92%) as the most critical factors contributing to a good night's sleep. Other factors include:
    • Sheets/bedding (85%)
    • Cool room temperature (79%)
    • Fresh air, free of allergens (75%)
    • Dark room (73%)
    • Quiet room (72%)
    • Clean room (66%)
  2. How many pillows do people usually use while they are sleeping?
    Each person uses an average of 2.5 pillows.
  3. What percentage of respondents in a recent survey indicated that the pillows and mattresses they have at home are better than hotel rooms?
    60% prefer their own pillows and mattresses to hotel pillows and mattresses.
  4. After 3 years, what percentage of every pillow could be made up of bugs, dust mites, dead skin and more?
    Up to 30% of a pillow could be things we don’t like to think about!
  5. After 3 years, how many dust mites could be living in every pillow at any one time?
    Scary, but true! Up to 100,000 dust mites could be in residence in your pillow.
  6. Do you know how to perform the fold test on pillows?
    To see if pillows need replacing, perform the fold test like this: Fold the pillow in half, short ends together, and place a shoe on top of the fold. If the shoe does not move, then it needs replacing.
  7. How long should the average pillow last?
    A natural pillow should last 24 to 36 months; a synthetic pillow, 18-24 months.
    Source: www.sleepfoundation.org
  8. How can I properly maintain my pillows?
    Click here for some easy maintenance tips