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October 11, 2022 5 min read

Saved New York Oak Leaf Cashmere Throw Fig Linens and Home Organic Bedding Sustainable Bedding
Fig Linens and Home: Oak Leaf Cashmere Throw by Saved New York​​
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Fig Linens and Home: Coyuchi Fawn 300 TC Organic Percale Sheet Set​​

Sustainable and organic textiles are gaining popularity in the worlds of fashion and home decor. With high-end clothing designers like Stella McCartney and Mara Hoffman calling for sustainable practices in the fashion industry, the world of luxury bedding is close to follow. Trendhunter predicts that the use of eco-friendly bedding and sustainable bedding is on the rise

Sustainable bedding companies focus on using sustainably produced and naturally occurring textiles like organic cotton, bamboo, organic linen and tencel lyocell. There is a strong focus on quality and durability. Since using the high quality raw materials has long been the standard in the world of luxury bedding and luxury sheets, it makes sense that many high-end bedding brands have entered the sustainable bedding space.

In this article, The Fig Linens and Home Blog Explores the top 5 luxury brands making waves creating organic and sustainable bedding and home goods. First, we will explore the important benefits of sleeping on and investing in sustainable and organic linens. We will then deep dive on top sustainable bedding brands including Coyuchi, Alicia Adams Alpaca, SAVED NY, Pom Pom at Home, and Downright

Shop all organic bed sheets, sustainable duvet covers, eco-friendly pillow shams, and all other sustainable bedding here.

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Fig Linens and Home: Classic Alpaca Throws by Alicia Adams Alpaca​​

Benefits of Sleeping on Organic & Sustainable Bedding

1. Organic & sustainable bedding is the healthiest bedding. 

As clean beauty products have dominated the skincare market, there is an acknowledgment that what we put on our skin can have as much of an effect on health as the food we put in our bodies. Our skin is our largest organ after all. Therefore, the fabrics that we put on our skin matter. 

Opting for organic, sustainably produced textiles has massive benefits for your health. For instance, sustainable materials like organic cotton are much better for those with sensitive skin and allergies because of their lack of harmful chemicals and pesticides. Organic fibers also create moisture wicking fabric. 

A commitment to sustainable fabrics that directly touch our skin through clothing made of organic fibers and organic towels, make a difference, but it is essential not to skimp on the quality of your bedding. Consider that as human beings we spend almost a third of our lives sleeping. This 33% should be spent in healthy, organic linens without added chemicals and pesticides.

2. Luxurious sustainable bedding is durable and long-lasting  

Luxury sustainable bedding is built to last. The long-staple cotton used by luxury bedding brands is much stronger and more durable than the short-staple cotton used in lower-quality products. Like the emerging "slow fashion" trend, buying quality luxury bedding that lasts will help you reduce consumption and save money in the long run. Even when you do decide it's time for new bedding, natural materials like 100% organic cotton, cashmere, alpaca, and down are completely biodegradable.

3. Sustainable bedding means sustainable  for the people who make the bedding and sustainable for the future

True sustainability requires decent working conditions and ethical production processes. When you shop sustainably, you can rest easy knowing that your luxury bedding was ethically produced. For instance sustainable bedding luxury brands like Coyuchi and SAVED New York have a strong emphasis on following Fair Trade PracticesSleep on sustainable bedding and a good night of sleep is guaranteed.

What are the best sustainable bedding and organic home textile brands?

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1. Coyuchi Bedding: The Gold Standard for Organic Cotton Sheets and Sutainable Bedding

Forbes describes Coyuchi bedding as a "leader in sustainable initiatives." Lauded as one of the first companies to sell certified organic cotton bedding, the sustainable luxury bedding brand has gained acclaim for its superior quality and understated nature-inspired design. 

The linen bedding look is high quality and beautiful. Founded in 1991 in Point Reyes, California, Coyuchi became the first company to create a full circle recycled blanket. This blanket is made from recycled cotton reclaimed from customers in a closed loop system. All of their bedding is OEKO Tex certified.

The luxury linens brand Coyuchi is loved by critics like Jordan White of The Quality Edit who writes that the product is "genuinely worth every penny" for the quality and commitment to last. Coyuchi sustainable bedding even received a mention on SNL's Cut for Time: The Holiday Gig Episode featuring Eddie Murphy, Kenan Thompson, and Kyle Mooney. Coyuchi's organic sheets and sustainable bedding sets are certainly something to write home about. Feel the difference with Coyuchi's sustainable fitted sheets, flat sheets, sustainable duvet covers, and sustainable blankets.

2. Alicia Adams Alpaca: The Absolute Softest Alpaca Throws and Decorative Pillows

Alpaca has been called "the most sustainable material in the world." Alpaca's classification as a renewable resource and its positive economic impacts in Peru make the fiber a leader in the realm of sustainable bedding. 

Alicia Adams Alpaca's 100% baby alpaca throws and pillow shams are produced with fibers harvested from their alpaca farm in the beautiful Hudson Valley in New York. The business is family-run and utilizes Peruvian artisans to actively support artisan families and their communities in Peru.

3. Shop SAVED New York for Ethical Textile Production with Flair

Saved New York also relies on sustainable materials and fair trade practices to produce gorgeous sustainable bedding. The brand founded by Brooklyn-based artist Sean McNanney boasts hand-crafted bedding made of sustainably sourced Mongolian cashmere, yak down, and camel hair

A common misconception about sustainable bedding is that it must have a "natural" flaxen look and come in only neutral tones. SAVED New York proves that this is not the case. Classic fun pieces like the gorgeous Mustard Tiger Rug Throw by Saved New York demonstrate that sustainable bedding can be luxurious with impeccable design details. 

The Saved NY's Array Cashmere Throws are color blocked in the style of Rothko featuring throws in bright colors such as Coral Red, Sky Blue, Cobalt Blue, and more subdued tones like Grey and Taupe. These gorgeous throws show that sustainable bedding can be used to add color and elevated design to your eco-friendly home.

4. Downright Bedding for The Best Sustainable Duvet Inserts and Eco-Friendly Pillows

Downright's Organa 640+ White Goose Down Pillows and Comforters are made from completely natural materials. They are crafted without any pesticides or toxic chemicals. The Tencel Lyocell exterior is made of renewable wood pulp cellulose, and they are stuffed with ethically sourced Hungarian White Goose Down. 

The pillows are available in the sizes standard pillow, queen pillow, king pillow, euro pillow, and boudoir pillow for all of your organic shams and eco-friendly pillowcases. The comforter is available in summer, all-season, and winter weight. It is made in sizes for a twin duvet, queen duvet, and king duvet. Downright allows the green-conscious consumer to stuff their sustainable duvet covers and eco-friendly pillow shams with even more sustainable bedding.

5. Pom Pom at Home for the Best Bamboo Sheets and Bamboo Bedding

Bamboo sheet sets from brands like Pom Pom at Home take high-quality natural sheets to the next level. The material is ultrasoft, durable and naturally sourced. You can't go wrong with home goods and bedding made of highly sustainable bamboo.

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sophie edwards content writer for fig linens and home

Sophie Edwards is the head content writer at Fig Linens and Home. She is a bedding, linens, and luxury homeware expert with an interest is the intersection of interior design with fashion, travel and culture. She has a BA in creative writing and sociology from Sarah Lawrence and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography.

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