If you’ve stayed at popular hotels or motels like Best Western, Sheraton, Courtyard, Marriott, etc., you’ve probably come across Chamberloft pillows made by Standard Textile.
If you’re here and reading this, you’re might be trying to find out where you can buy one. Or maybe you just want some more information about the pillow itself.
So, let’s take a look at where you can buy them, and what makes them so great!
Standard Textile’s Amazon Store
Standard Textile’s store on Amazon sells overstock and seasonal items.
Chamberloft pillows are usually available in their Amazon store, but it’s not a guarantee. You’ll also see other Standard Textile products here, but again, some weeks they’re in stock and others weeks they aren’t.
For the full product lineup and better deals, visit the link below…
Standard Textile Home
Standard Textile Home is their retail website – and in this store, you’ll find all of Standard Textile’s products. Chamberloft pillows are available year-round, as well as sheets, towels, etc.
If you sign up for their e-mail newsletter, you’ll also receive 15% off of your first order!
Why Are Chamberloft Pillows The Ultimate?
Chamberloft pillows are the ultimate in hotel pillows. But why? How are they able to provide luxurious softness, while also maintaining a lofty structure?
Traditional pillows provide either one, but not both.
If a pillow is soft, it will generally compress down and provide little or no loft at all. If a pillow is stuffed with enough material to provide structure, it can feel like sleeping on a brick.
A plain feather pillow can feel really stiff. So, if you’re a back sleeper, your head gets bent at an upward angle.
A plain polyester pillow feels soft but doesn’t provide much integrity. So, if you’re a side-sleeper, your head bends at a downward angle.
Both are a pain in the neck – literally!
Chamberloft pillows use a feather inner core to provide structure, and squishy down-alternative polyester in the outer core to provide soft comfort.
This basically creates a 3-layer pillow. It provides the density needed for proper neck positioning, but with the comfort needed to fall asleep, and stay asleep.
Anti-microbial & Durable
The Chamberloft pillows are designed with hospitality in mind, and need to be very durable – that includes dust mite resistance.
The outer pillowcase is woven with a fabric very similar to a pillow protector to provide resistance. The piped and double-needle sewn edges provide durability.
They ensure that the seams won’t come apart and that the fill stays inside – where it belongs.
More Chamberloft Features
3 chambered pillows, like the Chamberloft, offer a superior pillow by combining two common fill ingredients – feathers and polyester – to make a hybrid pillow.
This hybrid style of pillow solves a few problems that normal pillows suffer from:
A considerable number of people suffer from animal product allergies – including down or feathers.
Goose down or down and feather blend pillows are probably the most popular choice among pillows, but many people can’t use them.
Being around goosedown or feathers can make their nose run, their eyes itch, or induce sneeze attacks.
Not to mention that feathers can often emit a barnyard odor, which definitely isn’t pleasant.
Chamberloft pillows don’t have that problem. The feathers in a Chamberloft pillow are sterilized to remove all of the dust and pollen that are the actual source of the allergies.
The polyester that wraps around the feather core further insulates you from the feathers.
Loft and soft
As mentioned earlier, chamber pillows offer a combination of both superior loft and a squishy softness that other types of pillows just can’t match.
Polyester alone tends to compress far more than any other material. Even a firm pillow will compress. What they offer in silky softness, is negated by how far your head sinks into the pillow.
Feathers are probably the best material in terms of support. They compact significantly less than down or polyfill, yet do have some give.
This is one reason some people don’t like foam pillows. They either have too much give, and offer no support, or they have no give and feel like a brick.
By combining the two, we get the soft squishiness of polyester, but the support of feathers.
I’ve had many customers, who despite having firm pillows at home, sleep so much better at a hotel with the Chamberloft pillows. A pillow’s firmness (or density) is just half of the equation – loft matters as well.
And if the feathers are encased in a nylon enclosure – that just compounds the problem.
With a chamber pillow, the two layers of polyester muffle the feathers – reducing the noise considerably.
Both feathers and polyester are economical options. Quality down and memory foam pillows can often cost $100 or more. A good feather/polyester pillow, like the Chamberloft, will cost a fraction of that – and feel just as good.
Feathers are also quite resilient. A feather-filled pillow will hold its shape much longer than goose down – which breaks down over time.
Feathers also have a smooth streamlined shape – which means they don’t clump like down pillows. Do you frequently have to fluff your down pillows?
With feather or polyester, you almost never fluff.
How To Maintain Them Properly
Chamberloft pillows are actually very durable. They have to be, of course, since they’re made for hotels.
But that doesn’t mean that you can just abuse them, and have them last forever. You still have to maintain them properly. But with a little love and care, they’ll last twice as long as any other pillow, and maintain their shape and luxurious feel.
So, moving forward, you’ll need to wash and dry them properly. This will ensure that the polyester fill stays fluffy, soft, and clump-free.
Polyester is not a natural material. So, you have to treat it in its own unique way.
Chlorine damages polyester, which means that you can’t use bleach, or detergents that contain bleach. So, only wash Chamberloft pillows using a non-chlorine detergent.
After you wash your pillows correctly, the next step is to dry them correctly.
Heat, even a small amount, can melt polyester. When the fibers melt, they stick together, and you have a clumpy pillow. So, only dry Chamberloft pillows using the “air dry” or “no heat” setting on your dryer.
You’ll also want to avoid liquid fabric softeners and dryer sheets!
The synthetic chemicals in these products tend to stick to polyester fibers. After a few washes, the chemicals accumulate, and make the polyester fibers tacky, and heavy.
This not only ruins the feel of the pillow but also makes the fibers stick together. Sticky fibers = more clumps.
So, instead, dry them using wool dryer balls.
Wool dryer balls don’t contain any chemicals.
They absorb all of the static cling, without releasing any nasty chemicals. And as an added bonus, they’ll also fluff your pillows while they tumble inside of your dryer.
If you came here looking for Chamberloft pillows from Standard Textile, hopefully, we’ve solved that problem for you.
Whether the Standard Textile store had them in stock, or if you found them on Amazon, you should be more than happy either way.