When it comes to bedding, the sustainability factor is and should be a major consideration in the decision-making process. Cotton dominates the bedding market despite being one of the world's worst polluters. The waste water from cotton extraction and production contains toxic dyes, chlorine, and pesticides used to process the crop into fibre. Cotton is one of the most popular fabrics in the world, but it is also the most toxic crop in production because it is sprayed with the most chemicals. Therefore the hunt for sustainable cotton and its methods should be a great factor when browsing for your next duvet cover.
Here at The Fine Bedding Company we understand these complications and what that entails for being a cotton producer. Pioneering premium sleep since 1912 we’ve been on a life's mission to obtain the most sustainable bedding possible. Making sustainable sleep, for you and the planet. Our 100% recycled duvet was the first to market, there’s always been a cleverness behind our comfort. 100% of our manmade fibres are from recycled sources, and whilst our customers sleep with our Fine Bedding we can assure them that 100% of the energy produced from our eco factory in Estonia came from renewable sources and created zero waste.