Ask Design Mom – Organic Cotton Bedding

February 4, 2008

Ask-Design-Mom Question:
Hi there — I have recently become addicted to your blog — thank you so much for the wonderful reading! Question: any recommendations for stylish organic sheets (crib and regular)? I can never find anything interesting that is made of organic cotton. Thanks in advance! Jora

Design Mom Answer:
Hi Jora! Great question. The organic textiles market is expanding by the minute and it seems like there are new options everyday. If you’ve been bored with what you’ve seen in the past, cheer up, there are quite a few new and beautiful choices out there, and you watch — within in the year, the offerings will double or triple.

Here are a few places to start your search. For grown-ups, The Company Store and Gaiam both carry several options that are subtle and sophisticated.

For crib/toddler size sheets, check out Kate Quinn for solids in beautiful shades. And you can find a couple of bright patterns at Nest, or mod patterns at Pixel Organics.

What about you Design Mom readers? Do you have a favorite source for organic bedding?

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Thuy February 4, 2008 at 2:51 pm

I been eyeing Coyuchi…


2 marian February 4, 2008 at 5:08 pm

Just a friendly eco note! Organic cotton is great in terms of avoiding the chemicals you may come in contact with through conventional cotton. However, about 60% of the energy used in the life cycle of a cotton T-shirt (for example) is related to postpurchase washing and drying at high temperatures, so be sure you’re being eco-friendly at that end as well!


3 Harmony February 4, 2008 at 5:30 pm

Another couple of organic bedding companies you might be interested in are Amenity Home and Cotton Monkey.


4 Missy February 5, 2008 at 1:20 am

We have the comforter and pillowcase set from Kukunest for our toddler’s bed. It is so soft and well made. I always want to steal her pillow!
They are even oko-tex certified.


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