Who’s Making Them and Where You Can Buy Them Online
There are amazing organizations making amazing organic and natural home linens that are more than just luxury – they guarantee that you and your family are clean and safe in your beds. The following five companies are making the most Eco-friendly textiles and linens for your home. Furthermore, they are certified and meet organic standards. If you want only the best for your home, support those who support sustainability.
LOOP strives “to educate the public on the ill-effects of conventional cotton growing, to help encourage the organic-choice, and to deliver products that will be enjoyed and cherished everyday.” Their core value is sustainability.“Buying organic cotton products, grown and made in the US, helps keep American soil healthy.” LOOP’s textiles are Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified and are made without harsh chemicals. Furthermore, they are proudly sweatshop free.
You can purchase LOOP organic bedding directly from their website.
Pure-Rest Organics For 20 years, Pure-Rest has been committed to “organic purity” and quality manufacturing. To ensure further purity in the production of their products, Pure-Rest’s location, floors, and sewing tables are painted with AFM safecoat which seals everything. Furthermore, they only hire people who use no scented products and do not smoke or live with smokers. Exceeding GOTS standards, Pure Rest’s cotton sheets are certified organic by SKAL, certified organic wool is from New Zealand, natural rubber from Sri Lanka, wool strictly from Wool Gatherers, and produced with fair trade certified labor.
You can purchase Pure-Rest products directly from their website.
Plover Organic Plover’s colorful textiles are produced with GOTS certified organic cotton and dyeing methods that adhere to the Organic Trade Association’s American Organic Fiber Processing Standards (AOFPS) and the Oeko-Tex Standard 100. The company also practices Fair Labor manufacturing following Social Accountability International (SAI) SA8000 standard. Plover strives to keep “poisons away from those you love and out of the ecosystem.” The cotton in Plover’s organic linens comes from non-genetically engineered seeds grown in soil that are free of pesticides, herbicides or other cytotoxins. Plover uses a hydrogen peroxide bleaching process and only low-impact, fiber reactive dyes.
You can purchase Plover products directly from their website.
Boll and Branch
Boll and Branch’s bedding are not only 100% certified organic but are certified by Fair Trade to ensure the makers are paid and treated well. Furthermore, a percentage of every purchase is used to fight human trafficking.
“The Boll & Branch seal means more than just meticulous craftsmanship. It means economic opportunity for the farmers and factory workers that dedicate their lives to the cultivation and manufacturing of cotton textiles. It means each product was made with respect for the human and environmental resources that make it possible.” Boll and Branch is referred to by The Huffington Post as “The world’s most fair and transparent luxury linen company.”
Purchase Boll and Branch’s products directly from their website.
Anna Sova’s luxurious bedding designs are all organic. Made from SKAL certified organic cotton, the cotton sheets and natural silk duvet covers are produced using fair labor practices. They are made with SKAL approved dyes and are free from chemical bleaches, azo or heavy metal dyes, and formaldehyde or silicone sizing. The cotton is milled in Switzerland with 100% US organic Pima cotton and the linens are finished in Italy with eco safe cotton bleaching, dyeing and finishing processes. As some of the world’s first high thread count organic cotton sheets, these linens help to reduce the amount of pesticides used in the US, and processing chemicals used in Italy.
You can purchase their products directly from their website.