Plus Plover’s organic fibers are certified according to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and their dyeing process conforms to the American Organic Fiber Processing Standards (AOFPS) recognized by the OTA as well as the Oeko-Tex 100 Standard and the Environmental Technology Advancement Directorate (ETAD) recognized in Europe. Yes this is the real deal. And look at those patterns!…
If you enjoy a bold pattern check out Inhabit which focuses on a few quality eye-catching designs featuring certified organic cotton (some are Oeko-Tex® 100 certified). Choose from modern duvets quilts and woven bedding options in striking patterns that celebrate organic forms.
Chevron patterns combine the dreamy charm of wavy patterns with the refined elegance of clean contemporary lines offering the very best of both worlds. This probably is one of the biggest reasons why they are such a huge hit and fit in with kids’ rooms of almost any style. Sometimes inconspicuous and strikingly smart on other occasions here are with sizzle –
The brusthstroke-style pattern above was once available in ivory (shown below) but you can still purchase the shams in this color palette for a quick update to your sleeping space.
It can be hard to find bedding that’s vibrant and organic as many companies stick to neutrals when it comes to eco-friendly options. That’s why we’re totally smitten with Anna Sova Home which offers vividly colorful options as well as crisp and neutral possibilities.
Etsy is an ever-growing source for organic bedding. Artisans and makers offer their wares through this online marketplace and with the increasing interest in organic bedding there are more than a few shops that specialize in eco-friendly sheets shams and more. Below we see an organic sham from River Oak Studio: