Your bedroom. It’s where you start and end your day. Everything about your bedroom helps set the tone of how you want to feel when you wake up, and when you go to bed.
You should be intentional about how you want your bedroom to look, feel, and smell.
But is your bedroom outfitted to match your conscious lifestyle?
Now that doesn’t mean going out of your way to find unnecessary decor and essentials for your bedroom. Aligning your bedroom’s style with your values is about replacing unethical and sometimes harmful products with brands that believe in a triple bottom line—people, planet, profit.
When you spend a good 6- 8 hours in your bedroom sleeping, why not invest in making it your own little slice of heaven.
These 9 brands will help you find the right socially conscious and sustainable linens, mattresses, and more for creating the most ethical bedroom of your dreams.
Newly makes beautiful home goods from 100% recycled or repurposed materials. Newly began in 2016 with five friends identifying what they believed to be a serious problem: not enough consumer goods are made with recycled content.
Delilah Home uses 100% organic cotton certified to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and non-toxic hemp products.
It’s why Delilah Home textiles do not contain allergenic, carcinogenic, or toxic chemicals commonly used in conventional cotton textile production. As a result, their products are ideal for people with allergies, skin sensitivity, and respiratory problems.
Did you know most mattresses and pillows are dunked in vats of chemical flame retardants, bleaches, and dyes? Seems crazy, right? We’re laying face first into our mattresses and pillows for 6 – 8 hours a day, meaning we’re putting ourselves at risk of breathing toxins all night long.
Luckily Savvy Rest exists in this world. Their organic mattresses are made from a natural latex, foam rubber that allows for a peaceful sleep without the toxins. They also sell a collection of organic bedding textiles and mattress covers.
Sol Organics makes beautiful, simple, and minimalist bed linens from 100% organic cotton, staying true to its name. They are also big supporters of sustainable and ethical farming across the United States.
From duvets to sheets to towels, Sol Organics has all your bedroom needs, and supports local charitable initiatives with every purchase made.
Under The Canopy
Under The Canopy is an OG leader in sustainable household essentials, bringing to the market linens, mattresses, and furniture that are:
- GOTS certified
- OEKO-TEX certified
- Fair Trade certified
- FSC certified
Their collection of beautiful soft and neutral, earth toned linens are destined to make any bedroom feel like heaven.
Symbology is all about empowering women and making fair trade sexy with their clothing, wedding, and homeware collections.
Their selection of bed linens are all handblock printed by female craftspeople in India and made from 100% organic cotton.
Avocado Green Mattress
California-based Avocado Green Mattress is naturally non-toxic, and sources their 100% certified organic materials from their own farms. To top it off, they are also B Corp and Climate Neutral Certified®, and the 2020 Pinnacle Award Winner from 1% for the Planet®.
This superhero in sustainability offers a selections of mattresses that suit your lifestyle needs, even Vegan mattress without the use of wool, and a collection of beautiful, soft linens, and handmade furniture made from reclaimed wood.
You know how bedsheets at fancy hotels are always heavy but light and soft at the same time? That’s what Alterra Pure has brought to the market, except with an environmentally-friendly twist.
Alterra Pure is all about transparency and bringing you high-quality organic and fair trade certified linens for your bedroom from their LEED certified factory.
Love the feel of bamboo?
Ettitude has been made famous with their “vegan” silk, bamboo bedsheets and sleepwear that are good for humans and the planet.
Their silky, hypoallergenic bamboo sheets help those struggling with frizzy bed head, keeping a consistent temperature during the night (thermo-regulating!), and want to give their skin extra care and love.
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Jazz is one of the leading pioneers of the zero waste travel movement in India and the Director of Content at Causeartist. She is the co-founder of Hara House, India's first zero waste guesthouse, and Director of Hara World, an experiential education and impact travel organization for diverse young changemakers. Jazz is deeply passionate about empowering young people to become confident and knowledgeable leaders for sustainable development, zero waste living, conscious fashion, and responsible travel. She is a co-founder of Sustainable Travel Network, and host of the Impact India podcast.. Connect with Jazz at firstname.lastname@example.org