Last month I announced a brand new series on the blog, 1 Year to a Non-Toxic Home. In the coming months I intend to cover it all, beauty products, self-care products, cleaning products and, of course, your bed.
In fact, I’m starting off with the bed and I’m sure you can guess why.
Because of the huge amount of our lives that we spend there, of course. This makes it so, so important that everything about these comfy sanctuaries are designed to support and nurture our health!
As you may have guessed by now, I recently got a brand new bed with all of this in mind and, let me tell you, I adore it. I really, really do.
Which is important because not only do I spend (in a perfect world) 8 hours a night sleeping on it, I also spend about 20 hours a week working there too.
I’m going to get into crazy, glorious detail all about the new non-toxic mattress that my husband and I are now huge converts of… in a few weeks. But for today, let me start with the gorgeous non-toxic linens that are adorning it.
Are you guys familiar with the amazing line of non-toxic bedding from Parachute?
How do I love them, let me count the ways…
All of the pieces are Oeko-Tex certified, meaning they’re free of harmful chemicals and synthetics. Safer for you, your littles and the environment.
Straight Up Style
The luxury bedding is 100% long-staple Egyptian cotton, made in Italy, and every bit as wonderful as that sounds. They sent me the classic Venice set in Percale white (top image and middle image above) and they are seriously the most comfortable sheets I’ve ever had.
I love how there’s a subtle texture/weight to the stonewash cotton that makes it look even better straight out of the dryer and slightly wrinkled. And can we talk about the envelope enclosure shams please?
Seriously the best thing ever. No more slumpy looking pillows! This is the game changer that has finally giving me that classic hotel chic bed I’ve always wanted.
Also the linen duvet and quilt in Fog. Go check it out for yourself- so, so lovely.
They’re Good People
The company is focused on people. First, it gives customers free shipping, free returns and 30 days to try out the goods.
Second, for every Venice Set purchased, Parachute will donate a life-saving malaria net to Nothing But Nets.
I’m not sure what more there is to say. If you’re in the market for some new bedding, try them out. You won’t be sorry (and if you are, you can get a hassle-free refund within 30 days)… I’m typing on them right now and I think it’s time for a short nap!