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What is Organic Bedding?
Most people are familiar with the term "organic" when it comes to food. However, organic bedding is a relatively new concept. Organic bedding is made from plant-based materials that are grown using sustainable farming practices without the use of pesticides or other harmful chemicals. This means that it is better for your health and the environment. The best organic bedding is made from natural materials such as viscose from bamboo, modal, cotton, linen and wool. These materials are not only sustainable renewable resources, but they are also naturally hypoallergenic and nontoxic. As a result, they are an excellent choice for people with allergies or sensitivities as it is made from soft natural materials that allow your skin to breathe. Whether you're looking for a new mattress, pillow, or comforter, sustainable bedding is a great way to get a good night's sleep while protecting the environment.
What are the Benefits of Organic Bedding?
Linen, cotton, bamboo, flax. These are all materials that you might find in your bedding. But what makes organic bedding different? And why should you consider switching to organic bedding? For starters, organic bedding is made without pesticides or other harmful chemicals that often provoke allergies, skin conditions and sensitivities. This means that they're better for both your health and the environment. Additionally, organic bedding is often more durable than conventional bedding, meaning it will last longer and save you money in the long run. While cotton is soft and gentle on your skin, organic bamboo fabric is 10x softer than cotton, is hypoallergenic and has a luxurious feel. Not to mention, organic bamboo bedding is temperature regulating, helping to keep you cool in the summer and warm in winter. So if you're looking for bedding that looks good, feels good, and does good, organic bedding is the way to go.
Why Choose OKEO-TEX® Organic Bedding?
Your sheets and blankets are the most important part of your bedding; you spend 8 hours a day inside of them! Natural, organic, softer materials that are OKEO-TEX® certified for no harmful chemicals, such as bamboo (viscose), linen and modal, are hypoallergenic and naturally help to regulate body temperature. You'll sweat less, stay warm and comfortable, and most importantly get a quality night's rest. Look for a bed pillow that's supportive and made from the same natural materials. When it comes to design, your bedspread/duvet should also me made out of these sustainable materials. A bedspread / duvet cover takes center stage in your bedroom. So play up interesting textures, patterns and bold colors and don’t forget to add some fun decorative pillows and throw blankets. Once you have your bedding ensemble picked out, complete the look with an area rug with complimentary colors and hues to create a polished designer bedroom look.
What are the Benefits of Organic Bedding?
Bamboo, wool, linen, cotton, lyocell. These are the main types of organic bedding fabrics. But what are the differences? Let's start with linen. Linen is made from flax plants and is known for its durability and breathability. It's a popular choice for summer bedding because it helps keep you cool and comfortable. Cotton is also a durable fabric, but it's not as breathable as linen. Bamboo is a newer option that's becoming popular for its softness and eco-friendly renewable credentials. Bed sheets, duvet covers, comforters, pillow cases, mattress protectors and blankets are all available in these plant-based organic fabrics. And don't forget about size! Organic bedding is available in all standard sizes, from twin to king. So there's no need to sacrifice comfort or style when choosing organic bedding. Many people feel the investment in organic bedding is essential for the added comfort, durability and peace of mind that comes with knowing your bedroom ensemble is made from safe and sustainable bedding materials.
All About Organic Bedding Textures
When it comes to organic bedding, there are a few different textures to choose from. Linens are made from natural fibers like flax or cotton, and they have a crisp, slightly stiff texture that gets softer with washing. Bamboo bedding is silky-smooth, and it's also naturally hypoallergenic. If you're looking for something cozy and warm, a wool bedspread or duvet is the way to go. Source comforters and duvet inserts made from down or all natural materials, for a soft, fluffy feel and texture. Percale is a closely woven plain-weave fabric texture often used for pillow backings and bedding, which has a similar look and feel to linen but with a more pronounced weave. If you like the sturdy feel and soft touch of flannel, the thickness and softness of bamboo sheets are an excellent fit. Plus they’re silkier on the skin than cotton flannel. And, of course, no matter the texture you desire, all Healthier Homes natural bedding organic pillowcases, and blankets are available in king, queen, twin and crib sizes to fit any bed. So, whether you're looking for texture that’s silky, more formal, or traditional, there's an organic bedding option for you.
Tips For Choosing Organic Kids Bedding
When it comes to choosing bedding for your kids, there’s some important factors to consider. If you're looking for something that's both eco-friendly and good for your little ones' health, kids organic bedding is the way to go. Here are some tips to help you choose the best organic kids bedding for your family:
First look for bamboo viscose. Bamboo is a sustainable material that is gentle on sensitive skin. It’s also quite breathable and wicks away moisture to help keep your kids cool and comfortable all night. Then make sure it's nontoxic. Choosing organic bedding means choosing materials that are free of harmful chemicals and toxins. Look for items that are certified organic by a reputable organization like OKEO-TEX®. The next step is to consider a quilt. A quilt is a great option if you're looking for something that's both cozy and eco-friendly. Quilts and baby blankets should be made with natural fibers like cotton or bamboo viscose, which makes them breathable and nontoxic. Plus, they can be used year-round - just add or remove layers as needed… We recommend to choose kids' blankets wisely. Most conventional blankets are treated with harmful chemicals like flame retardants. For safer alternatives, look for blankets and eco bedding made with organic wool, cotton or bamboo, which means the dyes used to color the fabrics will be all natural as well. You can also find eco-friendly kids pillow options filled with bamboo or bamboo/cotton blends. And lastly, it’s best to invest in a quality mattress protector. A mattress pad is a must-have if you want to extend the life of your kids' mattresses (and protect them from dust mites and other allergens). Look for an organic option that's made with bamboo which is naturally antimicrobial and hypoallergenic.
Let's not forget that your bedspread & duvet cover take center stage in your bedroom. Play up interesting textures, patterns and bold colors by adding decorative pillows and throw blankets. Try to limit patterns to only one or two objects in the room, such as a few fun throw pillows with a wallpaper accent wall.
Once you have your bedding ensemble picked out, complete the look with an area rug that has complimentary colors and hues to create a polished designer bedroom look.
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