Natural Bedding that Won’t Break the Bank!

When it comes to bedding, there are so many options to choose from! Eco-friendly offerings are much easier to find than just a few years ago. Organic cotton and bamboo bedding are now sold at places like Walmart and Target. Here I will present a few different places to find natural bedding and how much it will cost you:

 

Amazon: This website seems to offer everything – and eco-friendly bedding is no exception. Just searching for “bamboo” or “organic” under the Bedding & Bath secion will produce lots of results. These Magnolia Organics Essentials Sheet Sets start at just $43.99 currently.

 

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Gaiam: A long-standing company best known for its yoga products, Gaiam offers a pretty decent selection of natural bedding. It can be pricey, but they almost always have nice offerings in their clearance section. This Bangalore Duvet in Full/Queen is currently on sale for $119.99.

 

Under the Canopy: This site is chock-full of natural bedding at great deals right now! They offer organic bedding and clothing. This Violet Haze Duvet in size Full/Queen is just $59.99 right now and is made of 100% organic cotton.

 

Photo credit: Under the Canopy 

Walmart: To prove that truly everyone is hopping on the “green bandwagon”, I had to mention Walmart. They offer a variety of green bedding options such as this 100% Organic Cotton Bed Pillow, presently for $19.88. And, chances are, you have one of these stores near you!

 

This list is certainly not exhaustive and I encourage you to check out other businesses in your area which may offer natural bedding options. It is also good to remember that you spend (or should spend!) a third of your day lying in bed. So, while super-comfy bedding can be expensive, it is a good investment and will certainly be used. And a good night’s sleep can make for a much better day!

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