Presentation of different types of bed for optimum wellness factor is tired and fought off a long day, putting themselves to bed, to sleep. Then you think with certainty not big anymore, what is a luxury bed at all and how it has developed over the course of time always. The bed is a very old invention of mankind. Already, the wealthy Egyptians slept on often very ornate chairs, wooden frames with a mattress. By these concerns, it was yet a further step up to the modern bed frames such as, for example, the Kara bed frame. The Romans refined the beds to sleep and created various bed models for different functions.
So they distinguished between a double bed, an infirmary and a table for dinner, which they took over from the Greeks. In the middle ages evolved stable bed frames with long posts, where a canopy for protection could be applied against cold, moisture and vermin. The beds were stable and were on the day as a seat used. The wuchtgien wooden bed frames were always fine with time and with the beginning of industrialization the beds were made increasingly out of metal, in addition to simple metal frames were also artfully made with many decorations in the spirit of fashion. Also the mass processing of various bed frames and large-scale distribution began during this time. One decorative element which dominates the setting up of the bedroom was so out of bed as useful and functional piece of furniture. Through this long development time of beds you can choose today a wide range of bed frames and bed types for his own bedroom. Whether four-poster bed, bunk bed, a traditional bed frame made of wood or very modern the right bed is made of various materials for every taste.
Fidec convinced with Finnish manufacturer Finland’s sauna land: no wonder, then, that even where the Finnish bathroom has its origin, are premium offerings for the fitness and wellness market. “Come with the tradition of the experience,” says Thomas Hernberg, Managing Director of Fidec, who made the trade with wellness products from Finland to the Professional task. Because Finnish manufacturer known all over the world enjoy recognition for products that are sustainable and available at reasonable prices. Skillfully they bridge the gap between simple beauty and sophisticated functionality. Jokipiin Pellava Hernberg now presents a provider that specializes in organic linen products for bath, sauna and indoor decor. The portfolio of the family business, which was founded in 1920, including towels, bathrobes and sauna conditions. Wrap skirts, mittens and hats of the sauna complete the high-quality ensemble in the category of “Bath & sauna”. “Linen is an ideal material for sauna textiles, that is for good reason,”says Hernberg,”it is a pure natural product, has a great capacity, and is extremely easy to maintain in the washing machine.” Compared to cotton, linen absorbs more liquid three times so towels still dry feel even after drying off.
Products from Leinenjacquard are perceived as pleasant smooth and cooling. Leinenfrottier massaging the skin and stimulates the superficial blood circulation in the rub. Bathrobe and towels of the traditional equipment in the sauna. The sauna pillow from the manufactory from Jokipiin Pellava is another highlight, that combines the pleasant with the useful. “Is the pillows already heated during the heating of the sauna,” says Hernberg, “can the soft material relax it.” The recycled Ecosoft are fibers that are used for the filling, dust-free, fire-resistant and it is safe to use in the sauna. The lines handled by Jokipiin Pellava is according to the Standard certified international Oeko-Tex. Materials that are used, in accordance with the environmental guidelines of the company should be as pure as possible.
Environmental protection is an integral part of the production policy. Jokipiin Pellava make one of the most important Finnish companies for the international fitness and wellness market highest quality and professional craftsmanship. “In addition to renowned brands such as Mondex, Porin Puupojat and SpDealers Jokipiin Pellava is therefore a further valuable gain for Fidec’s sales network,” confirmed Hernberg, who rejoices over the years growing interest in Finnish wellness products and gladly welcomes new importers. “Happiness is placed just some in the cradle,” the entrepreneur smiles “with us the success begins where you forget the time – most likely in the sauna!”, FIDEC OY Fidec is headquartered in Espoo, Finland. The company sells wellness products, which have been designed and manufactured in Finland. The product range includes garden sauna and barbeque huts Porin Puupojat, sauna and bath barrels by SpDealers, heaters and radiators of stone by Mondex, as well as flax textiles by Jokipii Pellava. Contact: FIDEC OY Mr Thomas Hernberg Tulkinkuja 3 02650 ESPOO, Finland Tel.: + 358 40 512 2545 press contact: Martina Frenzel wellness and media Phillip of Ward eight road 32 50678 Koln Tel.: 0221 4537373