Organic Cotton Bedding – Sassy!

I am completely smitten by this amazing vibrant collection of 100% organic cotton bedding by Amy Butler – she is amazing. And when I say bedding I mean it all – Shams, 400 thread count sheets, Euro Shams, Boudoir pillows (seen below), bed skirts, coverlets and decorative pillows. She uses low-impact dyes that retain their colour, the prices are unbelievably low for the quality and the level of design. This is the whole package folks -Laura Ashley eat your heart out!

This particular collection (one of several to choose from in a plethora eye popping colours) is called “The Dancing Paisley”. She say it’s  “combinations of graceful, fresh paisleys, dainty flowers and large waving leaves in emerald, lime & turquoise that feels like the softest wind blowing through the garden.”
This amazing  Amy Butler Queen Duvet is only $99 US.

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Organic Mattress Pads


Searching for an organic cotton mattress pad or cover or an organic wool mattress pad?
If you are then I don’t need to dwell on the reasons for your quest, all I will say is that you’re on the right track and keeping anything synthetic or petrochemical based out of your bed is critical.

The best mattress cover for dust mites is a very tight weave organic cotton mattresses cover that completely encases the mattress. If you are searching for a waterproof mattress pad then organic wool wrapped in tightly woven organic cotton is your absolute best option.
Good organic mattress pads are actually hard to find in Canada, and for what is a fairly simple product
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Organic Mattress Covers for Dust Mite Protection!!!

Shocking isn’t it? This is in your bed right now – a dust mite!!!
With the bed bug scare so rampant it got me thinking again (as I went through this last year) that I really should be protecting my mattress. I’ve spent a fortune over the years on organic cotton sheets, all the things that touch the skin and look oh so pretty every morning after I make the bed but then again in shambles after my two rascals get in it. I’ve always put off buying a mattress protector mainly because of the cost and I also thought it was not absolutely necessary since I do have an organic cotton mattress and a mattress pad. Lately however I’ve been waking up a bit stuffy and my eyes slightly puffy and a bit sore.  I’ve been putting it down to shear tiredness (being a mom of 2 boys) but I’ve just finished reading the symptoms of dust mites in your bed and they match my symptoms to the letter!!

Dust Mites – the low down.
Dust mites are invisible to the naked eye but there are millions of them living in your mattress and pillows, stuffed animals, clothing, blankets. If not attended to they can contribute greatly to asthma.

Solutions for Dust Mites:
Wash all bedding every 3 to 7 days in the hottest possible water and use a mattress cover and pillow case covers.

Choosing a Mattress Cover:
Choose a mattress cover that has a mean pore size of less than 6 microns, I would aim however for something between Read more

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