Questions about our Bedlinen
A duvet cover is a removable cover that goes over a duvet insert, while a comforter is a one-piece bedding item that includes a fill and a cover. The choice between a duvet cover and a comforter depends on your own personal preferences.
We only sell duvets and duvet covers, as the cover protects the duvet so the duvet doesn’t have to be washed often. It’s easier to take off the cover and wash it separately than to wash a comforter.
Yes, there are certifications and standards that ensure the organic status of the cotton used in the bedding. Some of the most common certifications include the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and the Organic Content Standard (OCS).
Yes, organic cotton is considered superior to conventionally-grown cotton in terms of both its environmental and social impact. As stated above, no synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers are used to farm organic cotton, as these can be harmful to the environment and the health of farmers and workers involved in its cultivation.
Furthermore, organic cotton farming practices promote biodiversity, soil health and water conservation.
Moreover, organic cotton is also processed without the use of harmful chemicals such as chlorine bleach and formaldehyde, which damage human health and the environment. Due to the fact that organic cotton is not subjected to harsh chemical treatments during the manufacturing process, it also tends to be softer and more durable than conventionally-grown cotton.
In addition, organic cotton farming benefits small-scale farmers and promotes fair labor practices. The higher costs organic cotton production requires can lead to higher wages and better working conditions for farmers and workers.
In summary, organic cotton is a more ethical and sustainable choice compared to conventionally-grown cotton.
Yes, it is. Organic cotton bedding is recommended for those with allergies or sensitive skin because it is free from harmful chemicals that can irritate the skin or trigger allergic reactions.
All of the cotton used in our products is certified organic.
Measure the length, width, and depth of your mattress and refer to a size chart to find the bedding size which best fits your mattress.
Keep in mind the fact that the sizes businesses typically carry often change from country to country.
Organic cotton is grown on farms on which the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers is forbidden. In addition, the raw cotton is then processed without the use of harmful chemicals. Organic cotton bedding differs from regular cotton bedding in that it is made using environmentally-friendly and sustainable practices.
Sure! You can mix and match different colours and patterns to find the look that fits you best. Some people prefer a more unified or cohesive look, while others enjoy a style that is more eclectic or varied.
Our percale bedding is one colour on the top and another on the bottom, so it’s almost like having two bedding sets. You can flip our bedding all over and give your bedroom a completely new look or you can mix and match them to your heart’s content.
Wash your organic cotton bedding in cold water and use a mild, eco-friendly detergent to maintain your organic cotton bedding. Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners, which can damage the fibers. You can also tumble dry on low heat or line dry.
Organic cotton bedding may be more expensive than regular cotton bedding because of the higher cost of growing and processing organic cotton. However, the price difference can vary depending on the brand and the specific product.
The term “thread count” is used in the textile industry to refer to the number of threads woven into one square inch of fabric. The thread count of organic cotton sheets can vary depending on the brand and the specific product in question, but generally, a higher thread count means the fabric is softer and more durable.
Our organic cotton satin and percale bedding have a thread count of 276 and 220, respectively, both of which are considered to be excellent quality.
It is recommended to replace your bedding every two to three years, or when it starts to show signs of wear and tear. Old bedding can be donated to charity or recycled.