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Sustainable Bedding

Updated: Aug 25, 2020

A few months ago I published a listicle discussing the importance of a good sustainable mattress and I listed several brands that create them. Similar to a really good mattress that becomes all you can think about all day long, bedding is super important too. And we all know not all bedding is created equal! I’ve had my fair share of bedding made with material that is super itchy or has me waking up in hot flashes. Not only is it important to find sheets that prevent situations as such, but it’s also important to pick bedding that’s made from sustainable practices. It’s little changes like these that make all the difference for the environment and all the difference for your sleep!


If you're looking for a company where everything, I mean EVERYTHING, is sustainably made in the US, check out American Blossom Linens! Originally only sold to hotels and within healthcare markets, the brand was eager to expand its audience base to the average consumer looking for sustainable options. All of their bedding is made from 100% cotton grown in West Texas. Then the cotton is sent over for manufacturing in Georgia where they have been manufacturing their bedding for the past 115 years! American Blossom Linens has the perfect range of bedding sizes to ensure you find the perfect fit for your mattress. In addition to being made from ethically sourced cotton, all of their bedding is chemical-free and you get high-quality products without the high mark-ups.

Wanting your one-stop shop for all of your bedding needs? Check out Parachute Home! They have quilts, comforters, throw blankets, sheets and more! All of their materials are made from non-toxic chemicals and are free of synthetics. Also, all of their bedding is made in a family-owned factory located in Portugal.

Looking for other brands that also sell a wide range of bedding? Check out these other one-stop-shops!


SOL Organix was developed in 2010 by Vishal and Sachin who set out on a mission to design sustainable bedding using ethical practices. All of their material is made with non-GMO, raw, organic cotton. Their most popular product that really gives you the “bang for your buck” is their bedding bundles. The price depends on which style you choose, however, each bundle comes with one flat sheet, one fitted sheet, two pillowcases, one duvet cover, and two pillow shams. If you’re interested in just one item itself, for your children, or for your bath, they also carry those products too!

Looking for another brand that sells sheets exclusively? Check out Under the Canopy or Ettitude!


If you’re looking for a weighted blanket or even a weighted comforter (YES THAT’S A THING NOW I’M SO EXCITED), look no further! Their products are made with Tencel, a sustainable Eucalyptus fiber that is sustainably sourced in Austria. They are also made from organic cotton and Bearby removes all plastic and non-critical components in their packaging. If you’re purchasing a blanket or comforter, you can choose the amount of weight, size, and color if the option is available. Want a complete set to round out your sustainable bedroom? They even sell bed sheets!

I sometimes hate sleeping with comforters because of how hot it can get. However, Buffy makes comforters that are temperature regulating and perfect for all year round! Their comforters are made with eucalyptus and recycled fill. You can even try it for free for seven days and if you don’t like it, send it back!


Solmate Socks was founded in 2000 by Marianne Wakerlin. The company prides itself in integrating color, patterns, and quality into all of their designs. Their signature blanket is made from the same yarn material as their socks. It’s made from 55% recycled cotton and 45% recycled polyester. They have two colors to choose from, in both vibrant and quirky patterns!

Looking for other brands that sell blankets made from sustainable material? Check out Sheltered Co.


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