Sleeping with ETHICAL & Sustainable BAMBOO Bedlinen
What makes our bedlinen different . . .
1. OUR FACTORY
The factory we use to manufacture our bamboo bedlinen and velvet bedding have been audited by SMETA / Sedex This guarantees all our bedlinen is ethically made.
Our relationship with the factory is long standing, we having been working with them for over 10 years.
I visit the factories twice a year, and have built a good understanding and a strong working relationship with the owner Edward, and Kelly his assistant.
2. OUR FABRIC
We try and use fabrics that are both sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Bamboo is the best sustainable fabric produced at this moment in time. Bamboo is a wonderful green resource, that is hugely beneficial both to our lifestyle and to the environment. It is one of the fastest growing plants in the world making it a sustainable resource.
It is a naturally prolific and resilient plant, which does not need fertilizers or pesticides making it by nature, Organic.
In addition to its green qualities, our bamboo bedlinen has an optimal thread count, making it breathable and thermo regulating.
Our bamboo fabric is unique in that it has a slub warp yarn giving it a "Linen look"
There is no silky shine in our bamboo duvet covers or bamboo sheets, it's just super soft & ridiculously comfortable!
Our Lush Velvet Collection is made from 100% cotton and is filled with soya fibre making them completing natural and therefore biodegradable.
So many reasons to sleep well in our Loom Living bedlinen.
3. OUR RESPONSIBILITY
We make every effort to be environmentally friendly and sustainable in all we do. We have tried to eliminate all plastics in both production and packaging of our bedlinen. The Bamboo Duvet sets, Sheet sets, Pillowcases and European pillowslips, are all packaged in fabric bags, and shell buttons are used for all fastenings making the product almost completely biodegradable.
Our velvet coverlets and velvet European pillowslip are wrapped with fabric ribbon and logo card to reduce packaging waste.