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The use of natural materials in bed linen and mattresses

The use of natural materials in bed linen and mattresses

The use of natural materials in bed linen and mattresses has become increasingly popular in recent years as more and more people are looking for ways to create a healthier, more eco-friendly sleep environment. There is nothing nicer than a healthy home. Although we have been taking care for years that the decoration of our homes is stylish, speaks of us and exudes harmony and good taste. 

But as consumers we have gone a step further. 

We are no longer just looking for products with high-quality finished materials and original, unique designs. We now also consume responsibly. Climate change, excessive pollution, the invasion of plastic in the seas, etc. force us to consume more responsibly and take into account factors that, until now, we did not think about. 

But in addition to the ecological factor, there are many more reasons to use natural fibres, not only in your home, but also in the clothes you wear every day and, above all, those of your children. Here’s what natural fabrics have to offer.  

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Eco Confort Duvet
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Eco Confort Duvet

Light-weight duvet made from recycled material. Available in 100gr, 250gr and 300gr

Natural materials offer a number of benefits over synthetic options, including improved breathability, durability, and resistance to allergens and irritants. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of the most common natural materials used in bed linen and mattresses, and discuss the benefits they can offer.

Cotton

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Lasa Royal Pillowcase
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Royal Cotton Pillowcase

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A high quality, 200 thread count Portuguese pillow case in a wide selection of stunning colours.

One of the most popular natural materials used in bed linen and mattresses is cotton. Cotton is a soft, breathable fibre that is comfortable to sleep on and easy to care for. It is also naturally resistant to dust mites and other allergens, making it a great choice for people with allergies or asthma. Additionally, cotton is a highly sustainable and renewable resource, making it an environmentally friendly option.

Wool

Top Wool Mattress Protector
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Top Wool Quilted Mattress Protector

Quilted natural mattress protector filled with wool and covered in a lovely soft organic cotton.
Burgess Lambswool & Cotton Topper
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Another natural material commonly used in bedding is wool. Wool is a durable, insulating fibre that is perfect for keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It is also naturally resistant to fire and moisture, making it a safe and practical choice for mattresses and bedding. In addition to its practical benefits, wool is also a renewable and biodegradable material, making it a good option for those looking to reduce their environmental impact. Wool is also hypoallergenic, making it a great choice for those with allergies or sensitive skin.

Linen

Linen is another natural fibre that is often used in bedding and mattresses. Linen is made from the fibres of the flax plant and is known for its strength and durability. It is also naturally breathable and moisture-wicking, making it a comfortable and refreshing option for bedding. Linen is also a sustainable and eco-friendly choice, as the flax plant requires very little water and pesticides to grow.

Latex

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Ergolatex Mattress

Medium feel, multi-zonal 100% latex mattress. Suitable for ajustable beds and has a removable natural cover.  

Latex is durable and resilient, making it a popular choice for mattresses. Latex is also hypoallergenic, breathable, and moisture-wicking, making it a comfortable and healthy option for those with allergies or sensitive skin.

Natural materials are great for our climate on the Costa Blanca

Fabrics made from natural fibres are breathable. And much more pleasant to the touch with the skin. They also have the ability to retain temperature, so in summer they will be cool and in winter, they will keep you at the perfect temperature. They keep the body dry and quickly expel body moisture. They also dry very quickly and, although it is a fabric that wrinkles more easily, cotton sheets are the best alternative to enjoy a good night’s sleep and rest.  

The wider context

In addition to the benefits for individuals, the use of natural materials in bed linens and mattresses also has environmental advantages. Natural materials are biodegradable, which means they will break down and return to the earth at the end of their lifespan. This is in contrast to synthetic materials, which can take hundreds of years to break down and may release harmful chemicals into the environment.

The use of natural materials in bedding also supports sustainable farming practices. Cotton, wool, and latex can all be grown without the use of harmful pesticides and chemicals, which helps to protect the environment and the health of the farmers who grow these materials.

Overall, the use of natural materials in bed linens and mattresses offers a number of benefits for both individuals and the environment. They are comfortable, durable, and sustainable, making them a great choice for anyone looking to improve their sleep and their health.

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