Tuesday, April 22, 2008
As we celebrate Earth Day, we acknowledge issues of global warming and a growing desire for more natural products, our attention has been turned to finding resources that are natural and renewable. Bamboo is a wonderful example of an easy-to-grow and sustainable material, making it eco-friendly. It also happens to make some of the softest, naturally antimicrobial bedding around.
Bamboo Sheets from Pasadena Home Collection ($120 - $165) are buttery soft to the touch, and have wonderful ventilation and wicking properties to help us stay cool when it's warm and warm when it's cold. With a thread cound of 250, these high-performance sheets are made to be easy care and to withstand multiple washings.
We want nothing but natural goodness next to our delicate babies' skin, and these Bamboo Baby Fitted Crib Sheets ($28) from Generation Orange come in a wonderful selection of colors to keep our nurseries looking fabulous. Also naturally-antimicrobial and hypoallergenic, these sheets keep your baby sleeping in cozy comfort.
So make your bed in sustainable goodness and sleep green. Sweet dreams!