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Few things beat that luxurious feel of climbing into a newly made bed with beautiful crisp sheets and knowing they’re completely free from any nasty toxins. Naturally, the dream would be to match with equally stylish and sustainable nightwear.

There’s something super exciting about the new generation textile and homeware brands that are taking sustainable bedding completely next-level, offering mindfully made products with a huge focus on not only materials, but aesthetics as well. Take Tekla – the Danish homeware design studio from whom we’ve borrowed the beautiful pictures above – Ogland, Midnatt, or newly launched Read the Label for example; all Scandinavian brands that are totally in step with the times.
As we spend about one third of our lives in bed (so crazy!), we surely don’t want to allow toxic chemicals to enter our systems while asleep. Read Emma’s guide on detoxing your bedroom to find out how to optimize your sleeping conditions. Hint: choosing natural and organic bedding is a great start.

Shop the Bedroom Essentials

1. Classic Bedding, organic Egyptian giza cotton, Ogland. 2. Pyjamas in Organic Cotton, Skall Studio. 3. Bedding, organic cotton percale, Tekla.

4. Mei Silk Lounge Set, Homeism. 5. White bedding, organic cotton, Read the Label. 6. Silk Satin Pyjama Shirt, Filippa K.

7. Bedding “Coco”, organic cotton, Midnatt. 8. Oyster Draped Short Silk Slip, Natalija/Reve En Vert. 9. Silk Filled Pillow, Peony Box/Reve En Vert.


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