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Sanara's Signature Bedding

Sanara Bedding

Fashioned from imported bamboo and cotton from Italy, Sanara’s signature bed linens are designed for the ultimate luxury in sleeping. The perfect balance of rich textures and  sensibility are sure to awaken one with precious delight. Sumptuously opulent in craftsmanship, the T300 thread count is constructed to withstand the test of time. Unifying  contrasting textures in the all white palette, the Sanara sheeting is divinely soft to the touch yet durable and machine washable.

King Sheet Set - Including both flat & fitted sheets and two pillow shams.  -$295

King Duvet Cover Set- Featuring a standard duvet cover with two pillow shams. - $275

Sheet & Duvet Cover Set Pack  -Featuring a standard duvet cover. Including both flat & fitted sheets and two pillow shams.  -$495

Queen Sheet Set -Including both flat & fitted sheets and two pillow shams. $275

Queen Duvet Cover Set - Featuring a standard duvet cover with two pillow shams.  -$255

Queen Sheet & Duvet Cover Set -Featuring a standard duvet cove. Including both flat & fitted sheets and two pillow shams. $450

For all purchases please email reservations@sanaratulum.com

Sanará Hammam Beach Towels

Photo by: Oscar Luna

Photo by: Oscar Luna

Our authentic Turkish hammam beach towels are soft to the very touch. Constructed of supple  cotton, this fine knitted beach towel offers a fast water absorbency and quick dry feature. All of Sanara’s home pieces are carefully sourced and hand selected. Each Hammam beach towel is now available for purchase for $75 each.

Sanara Dream Catchers

Away from the sandy shores of the Caribbean and nestled deep within the roads leading to the Mayan ruins of Coba lies a small village. It is here that local resident artisan Javier Balam recently met with Sanara’s Rudy Gonzales to delve into his one of kind, hand crafted dream catchers specially made for Sanara.  

Designed to protect, the dream catchers originated as a guard to keep dark thoughts away from you as you slept. The traditional dream catcher was intended to protect the sleeping individual from nightmares, while letting positive dreams through. The constructive dreams would slip through the hole in the center of the dream catcher, and glide down the feathers to the sleeping person below. The negative dreams would get caught within the web, and expire when the first rays of the sun struck upon them. The hand woven goods were first represented in an all black weave and placed over loved ones heads while sleeping, to warn off evil spirits and dark energy.

The Mayans believe that the night air is filled with dreams both good and bad. The dream catcher when hung over or near your bed swinging freely in the air, catches the dreams as they flow by. The good dreams know how to pass through the dream catcher, slipping through the outer holes and slide down the soft feathers so gently that many times the sleeper does not know that he/she is dreaming. The bad dreams not knowing ‘the way’ get tangled within the dream catcher and perish with the first light of the new day.

Constructed of a locally grown Beahuco tree wood, each dream catcher is carefully hand woven with nylon thread, and can take up to a day and a half to complete. Adorned with beautiful Sweet Water Shells, the dream catchers also features Mountain Turkey feathers that are collected from a bird reserve located within the Yucatan. Javier assures us and explains passionately that the birds are well kept and shed their feathers naturally.

Producing approximately over 3,000  dream catchers a year, Javier takes great pride in his trade and has since passed on the unique craft onto his son and nephews.  Available in the signature colors of Sanara (navy, natural, & white) to place your order please email info@sanaratulum.com