Queen Anne Pillows are not cheap. From time to time I get asked, “Why would I pay that much for a pillow?” I probably wondered the same thing as I was building my luxury product line. But knowing what I know now, my answer is always the same: “Why would you pay any less?”

Consider this. The average cost for a pair of women’s shoes is $85. What would you expect of a pair that costs less? That they would be less comfortable? That they would be made of cheaper materials? That they might be more likely to fall apart? I know I would.

Now, what would you pay for a pair of shoes that you had to wear EVERYDAY, EIGHT HOURS A DAY, for TWO YEARS STRAIGHT? Would you think a little more about that $85 price point? Would you consider $100, $200, or even $500? Of course you would. But you would also demand better comfort and performance. That’s because comfort and quality matter when it comes to the things we need and use everyday. 

 

So why are so many people trying to buy the cheapest pillows they can find? 

Just consider this:

You spend more time with your pillow than any other item in your home. 

You don’t own a single thing that you’re more intimate with than your pillow (including your shoes).

Your pillow is susceptible to breakdown due to the organic materials present in your body, including perspiration and saliva.

Low quality pillows can contribute to allergy and asthma symptoms

Paying more for better pillows allows you to fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer, and can have tremendous benefits in all areas of your life.

 

    And keep this in mind:

    Better health is scientifically correlated to better sleep.

    Better sleep can also correlate to higher income

    Better sleep can improve weight loss

    Better sleep can help reduce depression

    Better sleep can reduce pain sensitivity

     

    Can your shoes do any of that? Nope. So why do we balk at an $85 pillow but gladly spend $100 on shoes? Because healthcare companies, supplement brands, and diet programs don’t want you to know that the easiest thing you can do to dramatically improve your health is to just lay down!

     

    What is your health worth to you? More than the average cost of a pair of shoes? It certainly is to me. That is why I created the Queen Anne Pillow company and have dedicated my life to educating people about the relationship between health and sleep

    Those who can afford to buy Queen Anne Pillows. Why? Because they know that they can’t afford to mess around with their health. 

    And it’s not just clever marketing. Queen Anne Pillows cost more because they cost more money to make. We use:

    • High quality materials, double stitched seams, and shape extending purple piping. 
    • Hypoallergenic and triple-washed fills.
    • Ethically sourced down and feathers. 
    • Skilled American workers, who are paid fair wages, and adhere to higher standards of production.

      We also provide every one of our customers a triple guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with your Queen Anne Pillow, you can adjust it, replace it, or return it for free. We want to be the last pillow company you ever buy from. And to that end we are willing to do whatever it takes to be sure the pillows on your bed help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. 

      So the next time someone asks you why you spend so much money on pillows, tell them you can’t afford to buy anything less than Queen Anne

      Queen Anne Pillows are not cheap. From time to time I get asked, “Why would I pay that much for a pillow?” I probably wondered the same thing as I was building my luxury product line. But knowing what I know now, my answer is always the same: “Why would you pay any less?”

      Consider this. The average cost for a pair of women’s shoes is $85. What would you expect of a pair that costs less? That they would be less comfortable? That they would be made of cheaper materials? That they might be more likely to fall apart? I know I would.

      Now, what would you pay for a pair of shoes that you had to wear EVERYDAY, EIGHT HOURS A DAY, for TWO YEARS STRAIGHT? Would you think a little more about that $85 price point? Would you consider $100, $200, or even $500? Of course you would. But you would also demand better comfort and performance. That’s because comfort and quality matter when it comes to the things we need and use everyday. 

       

      So why are so many people trying to buy the cheapest pillows they can find? 

      Just consider this:

      You spend more time with your pillow than any other item in your home. 

      You don’t own a single thing that you’re more intimate with than your pillow (including your shoes).

      Your pillow is susceptible to breakdown due to the organic materials present in your body, including perspiration and saliva.

      Low quality pillows can contribute to allergy and asthma symptoms

      Paying more for better pillows allows you to fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer, and can have tremendous benefits in all areas of your life.

       

        And keep this in mind:

        Better health is scientifically correlated to better sleep.

        Better sleep can also correlate to higher income

        Better sleep can improve weight loss

        Better sleep can help reduce depression

        Better sleep can reduce pain sensitivity

         

        Can your shoes do any of that? Nope. So why do we balk at an $85 pillow but gladly spend $100 on shoes? Because healthcare companies, supplement brands, and diet programs don’t want you to know that the easiest thing you can do to dramatically improve your health is to just lay down!

         

        What is your health worth to you? More than the average cost of a pair of shoes? It certainly is to me. That is why I created the Queen Anne Pillow company and have dedicated my life to educating people about the relationship between health and sleep

        Those who can afford to buy Queen Anne Pillows. Why? Because they know that they can’t afford to mess around with their health. 

        And it’s not just clever marketing. Queen Anne Pillows cost more because they cost more money to make. We use:

        • High quality materials, double stitched seams, and shape extending purple piping. 
        • Hypoallergenic and triple-washed fills.
        • Ethically sourced down and feathers. 
        • Skilled American workers, who are paid fair wages, and adhere to higher standards of production.

          We also provide every one of our customers a triple guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with your Queen Anne Pillow, you can adjust it, replace it, or return it for free. We want to be the last pillow company you ever buy from. And to that end we are willing to do whatever it takes to be sure the pillows on your bed help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. 

          So the next time someone asks you why you spend so much money on pillows, tell them you can’t afford to buy anything less than Queen Anne

          By Travis Luther

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