Looking for ? There are many reasons to go green in your sleeping space. Bedding made with chemical-free materials is healthier not only because it is nontoxic but because it is softer on your skin and breathes easier.
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!…
is a fun approach for the bedroom and the saturated blue wall below is heightened by the presence of vases in sea green. Learn more about these Vitreluxe Glass Vases at West Elm:
One of the hardest things about embracing the latest trends is the constant worry about them being fleeting fads that will burn a hole in your pocket while leaving you with a home that is at times garish or even boring. But it is safe to say that the is definitely not one of those.
SOL (short for “sustained organic living”) offers luxury sheets and pillow cases crafted from Fair Trade Certified fine long-staple organic cotton. Color offerings are kept simple in shades of white ivory and blue. Only eco-friendly low-impact water-based dyes are used and products are recyclable and biodegradable. Choose from plain pleated and hemmed styles.
The girls’ bedroom and chevron stripes might feel like concepts at odds with one another but in reality they gel surprisingly well. Often it is a pattern in pink shades of violet turquoise or a neutral hue that holds sway here.