Dreamtex lands partnership with ISA for NASA space inspired textiles

Published on: 16th September 2019

The new NASA inspired collection includes single and double sized bedding for space enthusiasts of all ages. 

In association with International Space Archives (ISA), boutique bedding specialist Dreamtex is launching NASA space themed bedding and home textiles to mark this year’s 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing.

Dreamtex’s new NASA inspired collection includes single and double sized bedding to appeal to space enthusiasts of all ages. The duvet graphics are simple yet striking, with the iconic moment of the moon landing dominating the front side design above the caption ‘I Need My Space’. A constellation effect on black material adorns the reverse side and the pillowcases come in black with a centralised NASA logo. Completing the initial home range is also a black towel featuring the NASA logo.

Commenting on the ISA NASA launch, Andrew Downie, commercial director of Dreamtex said: “It is hard to believe that the Apollo 11 Moon Landing was 50 years ago. It is the perfect time for us to be releasing these bedding sets and we are looking forward to playing our part in celebrating this wonderful moment in history. This new partnership with ISA further demonstrates how Dreamtex is always looking for iconic brands to add to its portfolio, to ensure we are consistently offering families great choice for bedroom décor. This NASA design is going to excite any child with an interest in space and science, but it is also suitable for teenagers and adults.”

The NASA bedding collection is available now and anyone wishing to place an order can email or call 0844 499 8465.


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