The average person spends about 33 years of their life in bed. Be it sleeping, relaxing, trying to fall asleep, or…other things 😉
And proper sleep hygiene is so so important. On top of washing your sheets and blankets regularly and letting your bed breathe in the morning, it’s also important to have good quality and non-toxic needing. Bedding that is good for you and the planet.
But it’s not super easy t find sustainably bedding. Here are a few things to look for:
- Organic materials
- And more!
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Where to find eco-friendly bedding:
1. Made Trade | $20 – $500
Made trade offers everything your bed needs from duvet inserts, duvet covers, sheets, pillow cases, and throw blankets! Their bedding is all ethically and sustainably made with materials like Tencel, sateen and linen.
2.Kotn | $65-$475
Kotn is known for its Egyptian cotton clothing. Now they’ve expanded that to a home line including bedding! They have everything from sheets, comforter and duvets that are luxuriously soft!
3. Coyuchi | $48-$600
Made with materials like relaxed linen and organic cotton, Coyuchi carries some of the most diverse patterns and colours on the list. They have bedding including sheets, duvet covers, pillows, pillowcases and more!
4. Piglet in Bed | $78- $400
From bedsheets, duvets, pillowcases and more. Piglet in bed carries all your linen bedding needs!
5. Delilah Home | $80-$400
While Delilah home mostly carried bed sheets, they’re amazing! With choices like 100% cotton and 100% hemp sheets, your sheet game will be amazing!
6. Nest Bedding | $50-$1000
Nest bedding not only has sheets, blankets, duvets, pillows and pillowcases but they also carry mattresses! It’s truly your one-stop shop for an eco-friendly bedroom!
I hope this post was able to give you a few ideas on where to find eco friendly bedding. Please don’t forget to share this post and follow me on Instagram for daily low waste living tips!