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Layered Organic Cot Mats

On July 7th, 2011, posted in: Natural Fibers, Natural Home by 0 Comment

Over the years, we’ve worked with a few designers who needed cushioned mats in window loft areas, or something small yet comfortable for a trundle frame — and they wanted this made from natural and organic materials. Then we started to get similar  requests directly from consumers, so we decided to make these mats available..

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Tossing and Turning All Night…

On April 25th, 2011, posted in: Natural Bedroom, Natural Fibers, Natural Home by 0 Comment

Last night I didn’t get the best sleep. It wasn’t because I was anxious, stressed or worried. It wasn’t because my bed was too hard or too soft.  It was something that told me summer is right around the corner. I was just too hot. And not in a way that made my husband go..

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How the heck can bedding be good for the Earth?

On April 21st, 2011, posted in: Green Living, Natural Bedroom, Natural Fibers, Natural Home by 0 Comment

There’s a lot of people that ask that question. They don’t really take the time to think about what’s inside conventional bedding. You know what I’m talking about – those $100 bed-in-a-bag packages. The $499 Plushtop Queen mattress set. The fake softness of a synthetic fleece blanket. Most all of these types of conventional mattresses..

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The Difference in Organic Cotton On Bedding

As you shop for new bedding – be it a mattress or pillows, sheets and toppers – you’ll find an array of different materials used to help create your sleeping environment. Cotton is especially a popular material as it is easily grown and harvested, and because cotton is a prime resource in the United States..

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Are You Really Allergic to Your Bedding?

It’s no secret people can be sensitive to certain types of fabric. There are those who suffer allergic reactions when exposed to latex, and some may complain of rashes and other skin irritation when they wear a certain type of clothing. When it comes to bedding, it’s important to make sure what you sleep on..

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Burning Wool and Polyester

On May 10th, 2010, posted in: Natural Fibers by 0 Comment

Here’s a video showing how natural fibers compare to polyester when introduced to an open flame. Most conventional comforters are made from petroleum based polyester batting. Our organic bedding is made from wool batting. Kids – don’t try this without adult supervision!

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