BedVoyage Rayon Viscose Bamboo Standard Shams

CAD $89.59

  •  100% Rayon Viscose Bamboo


Bamboo decorative standard sham covers dress up a bed, and are silky soft and hypoallergenic. The set of 2 pillow sham covers are 20×26 dimension, the perfect size for reading in bed, and are gentle on hair and skin. Offering ultra comfort while you get your beauty sleep, bamboo is naturally odor and bacteria resistant.

The Sham Set includes:

  • a set of 2 standard shams (with piped edges and envelope opening)

Key Details:

  • WHY BEDVOYAGE: premium bamboo fibers, tight twill weave, Oeko-Tex Green, organically grown bamboo
  • SILKY SOFT & COMFORTING: a luxurious cashmere-like feel, twice as soft as cotton. Gentle on hair and skin
  • HYPOALLERGENIC:  soothes sensitive skin. Say goodbye to irritation, puffiness, acne, and rashes. Bamboo resists dust mites
  • BEAUTY SLEEP-RESISTS BACTERIA: Acne and skin irritations can be unknowingly caused by poor quality pillow covers. Bamboo naturally resist bacteria
  • COOLING PILLOW COVERS:  bamboo breathes 3x more than cotton, so you won’t overheat, stay cool all night. Great for menopause and hot sleeper
  • ECO-FRIENDLY: Made from Certified Organically Grown Bamboo. Oeko-Tex Made In Green: skin-safe. Vegan and Panda Friendly
  • PREMIUM QUALITY:  Tight twill weave, won’t pill, fade resistant and envelope closure
  • 100% Rayon Viscose Bamboo

Size Chart

Standard Shams are 20″x26″

Additional information

Weight 0.453515 kg
Dimensions 33.02 × 25.4 × 2.54 cm

Ivory, White, Champagne, Sky, Platinum, Indigo




The estimated delivery date for this product is between 5 days to 12 days.

Orders received after 12:00 noon are processed the next day for despatch.

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    Product Care Video

    Wash on warm with an eco-friendly liquid detergent, tumble dry on medium



    How do you wash Standard Pillow Shams? Do I launder the same way as a Cotton Pillow Shams?
    A: The Standard Shams are best cared for by washing in warm water using a liquid eco-friendly detergent and drying on medium heat. Proper washing will extend their life; you can expect to get 5-6 years from your pillow covers with proper laundering. Using hot water and high heat can cause pillow shams to pill, which are the uncomfortable bumps you’ll see on some sweaters or low-quality sheets. Also, bamboo is resistant to bacteria so your pillow shams should stay fresh longer.

    Are Bamboo Shams good for your skin? Are Bamboo Pillow Shams good for hair?
    A: Bamboo is hypoallergenic, which supports healthy skin. Bamboo is naturally resistant to bacteria, moisture wicking and breathable, helping to minimize acne and skin irritations. The smooth and silky fibers keep your hair from damage and breaking off and helps maintain supple and smooth skin.

    My husband has oily skin; how can I get oil stains out of the Standard Shams?
    A: You may try any of the following: wet the oil stains, apply Dawn dishwashing liquid (a de-greaser!) soak for 15 minutes, then wash. Or spray a spot remover onto the stains before laundering, or use a paste of baking soda and water, let sit 10 minutes, then launder as usual. Or view our video.

    What are the benefits of bamboo Standard Sham Covers?
    A: Neutral odor, bamboo pillow covers are ideal for beauty sleep because they are naturally hypoallergenic, repel dust mites, and are resistant to mold and bacterial growth. Eco-mélange bamboo pillow shams comfortably regulate body temperature by absorbing sweat making them perfect for hot sleepers, and people with skin sensitivities and acne.

    Will bamboo Standard Shams shrink?
    A: Bamboo will shrink a little the first time that you wash it, but we’ve deliberately over-sized our pillow covers to allow for shrinkage and the perfect fit. If you want to occasionally force your pillow shams to shrink, for tighter fit, simply wash on hot and dry on high every 4-5 washings.

    How long do bamboo Pillow Sham Covers last?

    A: These eco-friendly Pillow covers can last up to 5-6 years when cared for properly. If you rotate between multiple Pillow Shams, each set will last 6-7 years. In comparison, traditional cotton pillow covers usually only last a few years before you need to replace them.

    Do bamboo Standared Shams fade?
    A: No, we have used an eco-friendly reactive dye, which makes the colors deep and true, and fade-resistant.

    Can you hang dry bamboo Standard Shams?

    A: Yes, you can. Once they are air-dried, you can toss in the dryer for 5-10 minutes if you need to get any ‘crispness’ softened.

    Do bamboo Sham Covers wrinkle?
    A: We don’t coat our linens with formaldehyde, which is a wrinkle-resistant toxin that the cotton industry uses. Therefore, they may get a soft wrinkle when you sleep on them, but with each fresh laundering, they’ll come out of the dryer silky smooth again.

    Can I iron the bamboo Standard Shams?
    A: Yes, absolutely, and even with high heat and steam. A little trick to reduce ironing: dry the pillow covers on high for the last 10 minutes of the cycle and remove immediately, and they will come out smooth.

    What is the thread count in the bamboo Standard Pillow Shams?
    A: Thread count is something that many sheet-shoppers look for, usually opting for higher counts, expecting more softness. But thread count is not the most important factor in how soft a sheet is; the material of the threads from which it’s made is the most important factor. This means that our 300 thread count bamboo fiber and long-staple cotton fiber pillow covers are softer and costs less than plain cotton pillow covers with higher thread counts. Additionally, a thread count of 300 for bamboo is very high. We’ve opted for the ‘sweet spot’ of 300 thread count as this will have incredible softness AND keep the breathability of the pillow shams.

    Is Bamboo Viscose and Rayon from Bamboo the same thing?
    A: Yes, the process of breaking down the bamboo stalk into a fiber is the same for both viscose or rayon.  Because the end bamboo fiber is indistinguishable from other wood pulps (ie; eucalyptus, beech wood, pine, etc.) the Federal Trade Commission requires that it be called one of those terms. We have chosen to call them ‘rayon viscose from Bamboo’ to be in line with what most large retailers are using, so that consumers are not confused.


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