We think beauty is much more than surface–deep. We work to source responsible materials that are healthy for you, your family and your home. We choose partners who are equally committed to making a positive social and environmental impact.
Most of our bedding contains at least 5% organic cotton fiber, and our newer textiles are 100% organic. That means we're working to .reduce or eliminate the use of pesticides and synthetic fertilizers, and we're also saving water. By adding 5% organic cotton to almost all our textiles, we're supporting the growing organic cotton movement by increasing demand, which will lead to an increase in availability. When you see the Oeko–Tex label, it means that our products have been screened under the world's most rigorous certification process ensuring that textiles are free of the chemicals you may worry about.
We're also committed to ensuring the responsible harvesting of the wood used in our furniture. We're working to carefully monitor where our wood comes from, and we're moving toward using wood that's certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, which establishes strict social, environmental and economic standards for managing and protecting the world's forests.
Look for our Green Leaf icon next to our socially and environmentally responsible products in stores and online.
What's behind the Green Leaf? Click here to read about how we define our Green Leaf products and what words like "organic" and "reclaimed" mean.