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  • Lighting for Modern Living

    Light attracts. In fact, lighting is integral when it comes to creating a comfortable, safe, and uniquely styled living environment. This post is dedicated to helping you light up your life with natural lighting ideas and organic lighting tips that will adding some “amazingness” to your everyday living space. Lighting is in our DNA. For thousands of years, we’ve been using the same styles of lighting... Sconces used to be torches that were used to line dark hallways, and chandeliers had many small lights in the form of candles. Lamps were similar shapes and were lit with kerosene. And thankfully, modern lighting carries on the same homage to style and functionality, but with a much simpler electric light bulb. (Quick cheers to Mr. Edison!) Different types of lighting for different needs There are four types of lighting: ambient, task, decorative, & accent Ambient is intended for exactly what it sounds like -- to illuminate a space. Task lighting offers brighter more concentrated light to carry out tasks such as cooking, applying makeup or working at a desk. Decorative lighting can come in many forms such as sconces, pendants and chandeliers. Accent lighting is meant to accentuate a space, such as up lights that shine on the side of a wall. One fixture can serve several functions. A dining room chandelier is decorative but also supplies ambient light to the dining room and task lighting to illuminate the table at mealtime. A recessed can light can be task, ambient, or accent, depending on its location. The best lighting schemes use several, if not all four, types of lighting, which entails taking a layered approach. Consider how you will be using your rooms. Perhaps the dining room table will serve a dual purpose as an area to do weekly homeschooling with your kids or for scrapbooking during the weekend. If you work from home, the dining room may be a great place to host client meetings during the day. With plenty of natural light, daytime meetings around the table likely won't require a lot of additional light. However, you'll want ambient and task light during the evening for dinner time at the table and late night Monopoly games. Knowing the four types of lighting will help you to assess your own lighting needs for each space in your house. So let's take a look at the different rooms. Designer tip: Consider the varying lighting needs in your dual purpose spaces to help eliminate the need for purchasing extra lighting fixtures later. Room by room design guide to sustainable lighting a functional kitchen requires ample lighting fixtures No room is more critical for good lighting than the kitchen, and yet many homeowners overlook this space when it comes to shedding some light. The International Residential Code (IRC) says that one overhead light is enough. No way, we say! (Unless you’re the brave soul who feels comfortable slicing your stir fry in the dark.) Recessed Can Lighting in the Kitchen Poorly lit kitchens are usually due to a misunderstanding of where recessed can lights need to be placed for effective task lighting on countertops. Most countertops measure 10 to 15 foot-candles (fc) with all lights blazing. However, the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) and the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) recommend a minimum light level on countertops of 50 fc. In simple terms -- to deliver enough light, cans must be directly above the counters, eight to 12 inches out from upper cabinet faces. If they are placed farther out, the cook will block the light. What to do? A quick and effective remedy is to install under-cabinet lighting. Look for energy saving LED strips or halogen fixtures that put out more than 500 lumens per foot. In an effort to conserve energy and avoid too much glaring light, at JS2 Partners we design our kitchens with several series of overhead ambient lights on different switches. An inner set of lights is focused around the island and central areas of the kitchen, while the outer ring illuminates the countertops and traffic areas. Kitchen Island Pendant Lighting A lot goes on at the kitchen island. It's a gathering spot for laptops, card games, dinner prep, and more, having plenty of lighting over the kitchen island is a must. Decorative pendant lights can be combined with well-placed recessed cans to provide ample lighting for this multi-use space. In fact, it's not uncommon for large kitchens with taller ceilings to have 15 or 20 separate fixtures of different types of lights on separate circuits. Natural Light in the Kitchen And, of course, large windows and/or glass patio doors in a kitchen provide a connection to the outdoors while adding beautiful ambient daylight. Bottom line, a dim kitchen can lead to missing thumbs. More beams are better! (Wondering how your kitchen lighting stacks up? There's a number of free light meter apps available to download on your smartphone.) a well lit bathroom includes eco friendly natural light – here’s why Not only does lots of natural light cut back on energy consumption, but daylight also helps set the body’s circadian rhythm, which gets you up and going in the morning. The more natural light in bathrooms, the better for your psyche! Sconces to either side of the bathroom mirror (for each user) or LED backlit mirrors provide the best lighting for makeup and morning care routines. Sconces allow for cross-lighting, which ensures there are no shadows, much like actors’ makeup mirrors. Overhead lights alone cast shadows that aren’t helpful for grooming, but overheads are fine if used in addition to sconces. Plus, we love the dramatic look and feel of bathroom sconces. the key to subtle bedroom lighting Standard bedroom lighting includes can lights in the ceiling for ambient light. Adding decorative lamps on the bedside table or small hanging pendants are great for task lighting (ie. reading) and really set the room off! Wall sconces are a fun idea and can be used in place of bedside table lamps, too. If you opt for lamps, we recommend going with larger and taller matching lamps for each side of the bed to frame the space. Done right, ambient and decorative lighting mixed together in a bedroom can really make a bedroom pop! Struggling with a dark corner? A tripod floor lamp is an excellent remedy to lighten up dark spots in a bedroom. Plus tripod lights are a favorite among Feng Shui enthusiasts. Of course, every bedroom should have at least one window per fire code. Ensure that any windows are positioned to allow in ample natural light. Natural light is critical to keeping our circadian rhythms (sleep/wake cycle) in sync. organic modern lighting for the living room Let’s start with the most versatile of all – the lamp. Floor lamps and table lamps are a great way to take stylish task lighting anywhere you choose in your home. And we’re not talking about your grandma’s old lamp. There are many stylish modern lighting options for a range of décor and taste. A reading nook or sofa end table are places to consider using lamps, as well as on bedside tables. While floor plugs are a major plus in living areas and home offices for easy power access for lamps, a large area rug is also a great way to hide long cords if outlets aren’t close by. Overhead lighting is optional in a living space that has lots of natural light during the day. Since we congregate to relax and unwind in the great room during the evening, ambient lighting should be minimal, chill and subtle. light fixtures for smaller spaces Close-to-the-ceiling light fixtures such as flush mount drum lights made of glass or natural linen can add chic ambiance and are a great way to dress up a small space, such as a primary closet, hallway or entry, in lieu of a standard ceiling can light. We also love the look of a pendant light hung in a surprising space, such as in the laundry room or in a pantry. After all, these are rooms we spend a lot of time in, which deserve some lighting love, too! >> decorative lighting for the grander spaces at home Chandeliers are beautiful and timeless additions to any room and offer an abundance of light with many sparkly bulbs. When it comes to a chic modern look, sustainable and eco friendly repurposed materials come in a variety of sheens and textures, including recycled glass, sea shells, naturally finished hardwoods, woven organic reeds, and metallic elements -- all materials which are on top of the healthier homes list. If you have a large space that calls for a larger and more expensive chandelier, another cool and unique look is to use two or three smaller pendant lights to achieve an equally grand effect that will accommodate the space nicely. If you're looking to add some wow factor, consider installing accent lighting, also known as indirect lighting. Some ideas include lights on top of exposed beams in a vaulted ceiling, rope lights at the top of drapery valances, or lights on top of built-in shelving. Indirect lighting that bounces off the ceiling and walls is a fantastic way to light up a room without creating glare. Large window groupings, sliding doors, and transom windows can add character and abundant daylight in a similar fashion -- happily powered by eco-friendly mother nature, of course. What's your biggest lighting challenge? Have lighting tips you’d like to share? Drop a line in the comments section below!

  • How to Buy, Measure & Install Wallpaper

    Wallpaper is making a big comeback and there are so many great choices out there! Papering your walls is a unique and fun way to add personality and character to any room in your home. In this post, we will walk you through the buying and installation process so that you can make the most of your wallpaper experience. Whether you're revamping an entire room or just giving one wall a makeover, read on for all you need to know to get started. >> How Wallpaper is Calculated & Priced 1. Why is wallpaper usually priced as a single roll but only sold in double rolls? Have you ever wondered why wallpaper is priced by the single roll and sold in double rolls? The answer actually dates back to original merchants who sold rolls packaged single, double, and sometimes triple or larger, as needed. To systematize pricing, the single roll, as the smallest unit of measure, was established. Over time the double roll (also known as a bolt) also became standardized to reflect the cultural trend toward automation, moving away from more expensive, custom applications. But the single roll, as the minimum measurement, remained the pricing standard. So next time you're considering a new wallpaper pattern for your home, remember that you're not just paying for the paper - you're also paying for a piece of history! To make things easier, all Healthier Homes wallpaper is sold as a double roll and priced as a double roll 2. How do I calculate the amount of wallpaper to buy? Simply calculate the square footage of the wall area that you are wanting to cover (length x width of each wall). It’s best to keep things simple and not deduct for windows, cabinets or doors. Be sure to pay attention to whether your paper has a pattern repeat. If the pattern repeat is 18” or less, then divide your total square footage by 23 to figure how many rolls to purchase. If your pattern is larger and is 19” or more, then divide the total square footage by 20 to determine the amount of rolls you need. We've included a handy wallpaper calculator on this post, too! Common Healthier Homes Double Roll Bolt Sizes: 20 ½ “Width X 33 Feet = 56 Sq. Feet 36” Width X 24 Feet = 72 Sq. Feet 3. What is a run number? If you take a look at the label on your wallpaper, you'll notice a run number noted there. This is the number assigned to that specific color design or wallpaper pattern when it's run by our presses. Although most people never need to know the lot number, it can come in handy if you run out of wallpaper and need to order more. That way, you can get wallpaper from the same run for the best color match possible. If for some reason the wallpaper is no longer available in your run number, don't worry. You can use any of our press runs to finish the job. Just keep in mind that for optimal results, it's best to keep the unmatched run on a single wall. This will minimize any differences in color between runs. 4. Does the width of a wallpaper roll matter? Believe it or not, the width of wallpaper rolls is determined by the printing process, not by how much paper is on the roll. The standard roll size for wallpaper is 20 1/2 inches wide by 33 feet long. However, some rolls are 27 inches wide by 27 feet long. These wider rolls are designed for use with a specific type of printing process known as gravure printing. Gravure printing produces very high-quality results, but it is also very slow and expensive. As a result, most manufacturers only use this process for printing premium papers. If you're hung up on getting more bang for your buck, don't worry – you'll get basically just as much paper on a standard roll as you would on a wider one. 5. What does “Match Type” mean? When it comes to wallpaper, there are three main types of patterns: straight match, drop match, and random match. Straight match is when the design moves straight across from one wallpaper strip to the next. This means that every strip will be the same at the ceiling line. Drop match is when the design runs diagonally from the ceiling and is staggered so only every other strip is identical at the ceiling line. Random match is when the wallpaper does not have to be matched at the seams. No matter how you position the wallpaper next to the previous strip, the pattern looks good. Some examples of a random match are textures, grasscloth, and simple stripes. >> Wallpaper Installation Tips: ...Book the paper... When you book wallpaper, you're essentially giving it a chance to relax before you hang it up. Depending on the type of wallpaper, it can expand up to 1/4 inch in width. If you don't book the paper beforehand, this expansion can cause bubbling and wrinkles on the wall. To book the paper, you simply need to fold it onto itself for several minutes, paste-to-paste. This will allow the paper to relax and prevent any damages when you hang it up. For best results, book un-pasted paper immediately after applying paste and pre-pasted paper immediately after dipping or spraying with water. This will give the paper time to fully expand and activate the pre-paste. ...Plan to start in a corner... When it comes to wallpaper, the starting point is key. After all, you’re beginning and ending points will be the only spots in the room that don't quite match up. So, it's important to start in a place that is least visible. A good place to begin is usually the corner closest to the entryway. That way, if there is a slight mismatch, it won't be immediately noticeable to guests. Plus, working from the entryway will allow you to keep an eye on your progress and make sure that you're staying on track. So, when it comes time to start your next wallpaper project, be sure to begin in the corner closest to the door. ...Hire a professional... We’re all about DIY but hanging wallpaper is a skill in and of itself. While it’s completely possible to do on your own (or with the help of a friend), we recommend hiring a pro wallpaper hanger to determine the amount of paper needed and to handle the install. >> How to find non toxic / low VOC wallpaper The best rule of thumb is to look for wallcoverings made out of natural materials such as grasses, cork, metallic elements, linen, cotton and other natural fibers. Also look for low VOC water-based inks and avoid PVC and vinyl coatings. One of our favorites are grasscloth wall coverings for their natural texture and timeless look and feel. Healthier Homes is excited to introduce a new line of non-toxic natural wallcoverings. Check out the Healthier Homes wallpaper section here. Happy wallpapering!

  • 6 Steps to Dwelling Well

    According to an EPA survey, the average American spends up to 90 percent of their time indoors. As experts in creating healthy living environments, the Healthier Homes team offers six easy steps for cultivating a living environment where you can be healthier, happier, and more productive. 1. exterior maintenance We spend the majority of our time inside. Which has likely increased since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, as some of us are working from home more often. This is exactly why the condition of your indoor living environments has such a lasting impact on your well-being and quality of life. For starters, keeping an eye on the outside of your home and fix even minor issues before they become expensive problems. This includes checking your roof for missing shingles or tiles and inspecting outside walls for cracks in the mortar and stucco, which can develop over time as temperatures fluctuate. Also, make sure the land surrounding your home is sloped to properly drain rainwater away from the foundation and gutters are intact. 2. thermal health Pulling in filtered fresh air from outside is essential to proper indoor HVAC ventilation. Keep your home’s thermostat at a comfortable level throughout the day to ensure continuous circulation of clean air. Consider opening a window when running interior exhaust vents in bathrooms or the kitchen to avoid creating negative pressure, which can pull unwanted air into your home from an attic or crawl space. Whole home systems that work with your HVAC to dehumidify the air can do wonders for air quality. We always pair each dehumidification system with a whole home air purification, too. Your lungs will thank you! 3. indoor air quality A recent Harvard University study found that over 82,000 chemicals are present in the average indoor space. This toxic concoction of indoor air pollutants comes from everything inside a building, including the glues used to adhere typical construction products and the chemicals found in many leather treatments, wood lacquers, paints, and home finishes. Luckily, there are a number of things you can do about it. Here’s where we recommend starting: Use filters with integrated charcoal or silver, which help trap odors as well as indoor pollution and allergens. We prefer filters rated MERV-13 or greater, but be aware that higher ratings may place more strain on your HVAC unit. (Ask your HVAC professional what will work best with your current unit. Replace carpet with porcelain tile or no-VOC hardwood floors to cut back on airborne dust and other pollutants. Solid surfaces are much easier to keep clean. Periodically flush HVAC drain lines with a bleach solution to mitigate mildew and grime odors in these damp locations, and clean your cooling coils every six months to prevent mildew. 4. moisture An estimated 85 percent of U.S. buildings have water damage and/or leaks. That's an astonishing number of spaces with moisture problems. Moisture inside a home can quickly create hazards such as mold growth and weakened structural integrity. Periodically check plumbing and drainpipes under sinks for leaks and maintain proper flashing around windows and awnings to avoid exterior leaks from heavy rains. Managing your home’s humidity levels is easy with a separately controlled dehumidifier that integrates into the HVAC system. Between 35 and 55 percent relative humidity is ideal. 5. water quality Despite sanitation efforts, city and underground water sources are often contaminated with unsafe heavy metals, pathogens, and chemical particulates. Your stomach, skin, and lungs act as sponges, making the quality of your drinking water just as important as the water you use to bathe and cook with. A whole-house water purifier can cater to your specific impurities and is well worth the investment to eliminate up to 99 percent of harmful water contaminants. Plus whole home systems can dramatically decrease hard water mineral buildup on plumbing fixtures and shower glass. If a whole home system is on the wish list, opt for point of use filters for now that can attach to sink and shower faucets. Just remember to switch them out on a regular basis to keep them working efficiently. 6. organization A clean and organized living environment is essential to maintaining focus and mental clarity. Here are a few easy ways to make that happen: Clear out clutter from closets, the home office, the pantry, and the garage. Keep countertops clean and home décor simple and elegant. If you haven't used it in 6 months, evaluate whether you really need it. If you haven't used it in a year, sell it, donate it or trash it. Remember that time cleaning and organizing is time well spent! For more healthy home tips, check out our series of eBooks: Healthy Kitchens, Clean Air 101, and Clean Water 101. The Healthier Homes book is also a great resource that touches on all facets of a healthier home and wellness integrated lifestyle. Have ideas you’d like to share? We’d love to hear your thoughts. The comments section below is all yours!

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  • Nontoxic Zero VOC Paint | Natural Paint & Primer | No VOC

    Nontoxic Zero VOC Paint, Primer & Cleaning Supplies for your home The benefits of nontoxic zero VOC paint The largest surface inside your home is the walls and ceilings -- your indoor air quality is largely dependent upon your wall paint, cabinet and furniture paint. Our primers, natural paints and sealers are uniquely formulated to block chemical offgassing from the surface, including formaldehyde from building materials behind the walls. What's more? ...Real Zero VOC paints and coatings contain no hazardous air pollutants (HAPs), no ammonia or acetone, no aromatic petroleum solvents or PVC, no formaldehyde or biocides, and are free of paraffin wax -- all the nasty stuff the other guys still use in their low VOC paints and no VOC paints and primers. SHOP PAINTS + PRIMERS Safe Natural Paint: big on performance not on chemicals Healthier Homes safe paints and eco coatings are truly different. Developed by healthy home builders Jen and Rusty Stout, this is not your average milk paint, flaky latex paint or difficult to use mineral paint. Healthier Homes Real Zero VOC paints are durable water-based nontoxic acrylics, blended with organic clay and minerals. Plus it's odorless upon curing and is used by the JS2 Partners home building team out in the field every day on renovation and new construction projects. We practice what we preach. #UberWhite flat zero VOC interior paint #Windmill White & Stormy Sky semigloss zero VOC interior paint #PearlyWhite matte clear coat zero VOC lacquer #PearlyWhite gloss clear coat zero VOC lacquer matte cabinet + furniture zero VOC lacquer (coming soon) #PearlyWhite gloss cabinet + furniture zero VOC lacquer (coming soon) #IronOre sealant fumes + formaldehyde blocker clean laundry booster, construction clean up + everyday messes Real Zero VOC Interior Paint: Flat + Semigloss Price From $72.00 Size Sheen new! Fumes + Formaldehyde Blocker // Gallon Sealer Price $71.00 Real Zero VOC Interior Paint // Sample Quart Price From $24.00 Sheen Real Zero VOC Interior Paint: Uber White Price From $72.00 Size Sheen Real Zero VOC Primer: Reno + Remodel Price $83.00 Size Real Zero VOC Primer: New Construction Price $320.00 Size Clearly Natural Lacquer Clear Coat: Matte + Gloss Price $110.00 Sheen amazing laundry booster Healthier Clean All Purpose Cleaner + Degreaser Price $33.00 QUICK SPEC SHEET SDS SHEETS Let's talk paint! Drop us a line through the contact us page or email the team at support @ healthierhomes.com -- all questions, feedback & ideas are welcome and encouraged! ​ ​ We specializes in large orders and can generally turn a 100 gallon order in 1-2 weeks! Let us know prior to ordering if you have an order over 5 gallons, so we can figure the best options for shipping. We're builders too, so we get it ;-) What are VOC's? + VOC's, or volatile organic compounds, are chemicals that are released into the air as gases. They are found in a variety of everyday products, such as paint, cleaning supplies, and personal care products. Some VOC's are relatively harmless, while others can have adverse effects on human health. In recent years, there has been an increasing focus on reducing VOC emissions in order to improve air quality. One way to do this is to use zero voc paint. This type of paint does not release any VOC's into the air, making it a much safer option for both indoor and outdoor painting projects. Another option is to use natural or nontoxic paint. These products are made from eco-friendly materials and do not contain any harmful chemicals. Truly nontoxic paint is also odorless, making it a good choice for people with sensitivities to strong smells, children's rooms and those with allergies. Low VOC Paint vs No VOC Paint + The EPA's list of VOCs (volatile organic compound) only applies to chemicals that cause outdoor pollution. Many chemicals not classified as VOC's cause harmful indoor air pollution. This is a serious and growing problem. Energy efficient air-tight homes allow harmful fumes to accumulate indoors. Chronic exposure to these hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) is linked to cancers, chronic diseases, allergies and learning impairments. Even though other paint brands can get away with using nasty petroleum solvents, biocides, ammonia, paraffin and formaldehyde in their low VOC paints and no VOC paints, we choose to use truly nontoxic ingredients with zero offgassing. Each Healthier Homes paint, primer, sealer and cleaning product includes an ingredients list and SDS sheet, so you know exactly what's going into your family's home. We value quality and peace of mind as much as you do! What is a VOC in Paint? Is Paint Toxic? + Many people are starting to get savvy about what goes into their own home and living space. Homeowners and renters are asking questions such as, what is a VOC in paint? Is my builder using odorless paint? Or, are my walls painted with organic paint and primer? On your journey to better living, these are important questions to ask. In fact, this type of open-ended conversation is crucial for a homeowner to have with their builder, so all stakeholders may be on the same page with the same goal – to create a beautiful, functional, healthy living environment. Without sacrificing quality. If your contractor’s goals are aligned with yours, he/she will be just as excited to embark on this journey as you are. And as always, feel free to have your contractor reach out to us to learn more about how to use our eco friendly paint and sustainable construction products. After all, building or renovating a home is a team effort! How to Pick Paint Colors Using Natural Paint + So are you ready for the good news? Just because you’re using eco paint doesn’t mean you have sacrifice color or settle for something similar to the color that you really want. Zero VOC paint is available in thousands of colors and can even be matched to other brands’ colors on their branded fan decks. The HH inhouse design team reveals that the best way to pick out a paint color for the walls or cabinets is to make a collection of the different materials, textures and finishes going into a room. This way you can see, for example, how the matte black cabinet pulls look like next to the white quartz countertop and natural stone hex backsplash tile. This way you can match the paint color straight from the deck or with a sample painted piece of sheetrock or wood and get a good idea of how the ensemble will work with different colors. If possible, look at your collection in various lighting conditions. Ideally, using a spot near a window with natural light will mimic how the paint will look most of the time inside the home. Zero formaldehyde Zero VOC's Zero biocides or fungicides Zero petroleum solvents Zero paraffin wax Zero HAPs (hazardous air pollutants) Zero nasty indoor air pollution 100% free of fumes and offgassing upon curing Thousands of colors Happy dance! You Might Also Like: Quick View new! Fumes + Formaldehyde Blocker // Gallon Sealer Price $71.00 Quick View Barbados Rattan Pendant Price $250.00 Quick View Maverick Live Edge Solid Wood Bench 90" in Natural White Wood Price From $499.00 Quick View Mexicali High Ball Glasses, Set of 4 Price $59.00 Quick View new! Fumes + Formaldehyde Blocker // Gallon Sealer Price $71.00 Quick View Barbados Rattan Pendant Price $250.00 Quick View Maverick Live Edge Solid Wood Bench 90" in Natural White Wood Price From $499.00 Quick View Mexicali High Ball Glasses, Set of 4 Price $59.00

  • beautiful nontoxic living | Healthier Homes

    KITCHEN DECOR FURNITURE LIGHTING E/BOOKS NO VOC PAINT RUGS | PILLOWS | THROWS HOLIDAY Live well. Your source for natural furnishings, organic décor , nontoxic paint, & all things healthier home SHOP HEALTHIER HOMES fun & festive Tis the season for oversized stockings, handmade décor & free shipping SHOP HOLIDAY DECOR Meet Jen & Rusty The world's first healthy home builders. They're on a mission to create better living through healthy building - because Jen's house was making her sick. our story MODERN TEXTURES soften up a space > COLLECTIONS CURATED FOR HEALTHY LIVING < kitchen beautiful CHIC SPACES NON TOXIC WALLS NATURAL MATERIALS lighting decor rugs + pillows real zero voc paint furniture let's talk water quality everyday tips for cooking, bathing, cleaning & living Integrate wellness & functionality into your daily routine. Learn how in Clean Water 101 get the eBook healthier home blog >> A home is more than just a place to sleep. It’s a way of life. A mindset. That’s why Healthier Homes is changing the way homes are built and furnished. From construction, to designing spaces, to materials. Our philosophy is simple. Less is more when it comes to livable beautiful spaces . Join us on the journey to better living through a healthier home. Lighting for Modern Living Find out what styles of organic lighting work for different spaces in your modern home... How to Buy, Measure & Install Wallpaper In the market for wallpaper but don't know how much to purchase or where to begin? Read on for all you need to know to get started. 6 Steps to Dwelling Well Here's six steps to cultivating more quality and productivity at home! see all blog posts porcelain redefined SHOP TABLETOP P I Y. paint it yourself modern furniture + zero VOC paint kits ​ learn more > > Healthier Homes: a new way to home SHOP the Healthier Homes shop WATCH the backstory LEARN wellness integrated living GET the newly released book PAINT your way to a healthier home boho VIBES SHOP FURNITURE new release! learn more amazing spaces SHOP DECOR

  • Organic Kids Bedding, Swaddle Blankets & Baby Bedding

    Non Toxic Baby & Kids Bedding + Bath... a good night's rest for everyone because it's always go time! Organic Pure Bamboo Crib Sheet out of stock / more on the way Dylan Alpaca Throw Blanket Price $242.00 Greyson Alpaca Wool Throw Blanket Price $220.00 Logan Alpaca Throw Blanket Price $198.00 Haven Globe String Lights Price From $42.63 Length Aya Alpaca Wool Throw Blanket Price $209.00 Color Ash & Love Woven Alpaca Wool Blanket Price $176.00 Woven Natural Wool Throw Blanket, Grey Price $198.00 Groovy Alpaca Wool Throw Blanket Price $209.00 Peyton Woven Rattan Swing Chair Price $1,213.00 Norwegia Fur Pelt, Small Price $128.00 Woven Natural Linen Throw Blanket, Beige and Green Price $198.00 Phoenix Woven Alpaca Throw Price $209.00 Ina Woven Alpaca Wool Throw Blanket Price $957.00 Glam Fur Floor Pillow, XL 32"x32" Price $308.00 Norwegia Fur Rug, XL 6'x8' Price $1,056.00 Norwegia Fur Rug, Large Price $528.00 amazing laundry booster Healthier Clean All Purpose Cleaner + Degreaser Price $33.00 Shop Organic Bedding by Category: Pillows + Pillow Cases Sheets + Linens Blankets + Comforters Duvet Covers Our Kids are the Next Gen! Let's Give Them the Best Start Possible. When it comes to creating a safe and healthy space for our little ones, we often think about toys and furniture. But what about their bedding? It's time to start thinking beyond just cute designs and soft fabrics and ask ourselves: is our children's bedding free from harmful chemicals? + Nontoxic organic bedding should be a priority in any kid's room or baby nursery. Conventional bedding often contains flame retardants, formaldehyde, and other toxic chemicals that can have negative effects on our health. Organic bedding is made without these chemicals, creating a cleaner sleeping environment for your child. Choosing organic sheets, mattress covers, and even crib mattresses can make a big difference in the overall health of your home. Plus, with so many stylish options available, incorporating organic bedding into your child's room has never been easier. So let's make the switch to nontoxic organic bedding for a healthier sleeping experience for our kids (and ourselves). You Might Also Like: Real Zero VOC Interior Paint: Flat + Semigloss Price From $72.00 new! Fumes + Formaldehyde Blocker // Gallon Sealer Price $71.00 Real Zero VOC Interior Paint // Sample Quart Price From $24.00 Real Zero VOC Interior Paint: Uber White Price From $72.00 Real Zero VOC Interior Paint: Flat + Semigloss Price From $72.00 new! Fumes + Formaldehyde Blocker // Gallon Sealer Price $71.00 Real Zero VOC Interior Paint // Sample Quart Price From $24.00 Real Zero VOC Interior Paint: Uber White Price From $72.00

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