Good Things Come to Those Who Wait


I can hardly contain my excitement that amenity bedding has gone organic. I fell in love with their botanically-inspired duvet covers last year but reluctantly held off three times from buying one because I was determined to find an eco-modern alternative. Turns out it was worth the wait: amenity designers Nicole Chiala and Kristina de Corpo are offering organic options of two of their designs available in March. Available for pre-sale only directly through amenity.

Willow duvet by amenity, $325/385 (queen/king)
Available in Cocoa + Cream, or Cream + Sienna. Dreamy!

Bloom by amenity, $325-385. A groovy take on nature.

Both duvets are made using 320 thread-count organic cotton (certified by Dutch standard known as SKAL). Each duvet is printed individually using water-based, chemical-free dyes.

Fab Green also recommends modern zen style bedding at Gaiam, or for ultimate luxury check out pamper worthy organic duvets at Luma and Anna Sova.


2 Responses to “Good Things Come to Those Who Wait”

  1. 1 paularon

    Its great to see more companies working on totally natural and organic textiles! Great Blog!

    -Tenfold Organic Textiles

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