You don’t have to change everything all at once. Sustainable lifestyle choices like choosing organic foods, reducing waste, and eliminating the use of plastic bags can be made incrementally. Every small step adds up to a big impact.
There are many great ways to pursue positive climate action, but consider the environmental impact of your basic household items…your sheets, towels, and plates. Are they made sustainably? Are they built to last?
Make 2016 the year to make an impact at home. Through conscious consumption—buying only sustainably made, packaged, and shipped items that are built to last—you can lessen your carbon footprint and preserve and protect the earth for future generations. It all starts at home.
The Healthy Bed
You spend one third of your life in the bedroom, but how much do you really know about your bedding? Most bedding materials—especially cotton and synthetic fibers—are made extremely inefficiently, wasting water and destroying land, and are covered with toxins (pesticides, fertilizers, and formaldehyde, to name a few).
Choose organic cottons, sustainably sourced wool, and traceable down for a Healthy Bed that’s free from toxins and made with respect for the earth and its people. For the rest of your room, choose furniture made from reclaimed wood or environmentally friendly materials, like bamboo. Then complete the sustainable room with all natural, organic, and recycled rugs.
The Healthy Bath
If the bedroom is your sanctuary, the bathroom should be your spa. A place to wash away stress and rejuvenate.
Pamper yourself with the pure luxury and peace of mind of our 100% organic cotton bath linens and the purest all natural, botanical, and aromatic in-home spa products.
The Healthy Table
We put so much thought into how our food affects the planet and our health—Is it organic? Is it local?—but what about the dishes that food is served on?
Set your Healthy Table with something worthy of your sustainable food—recycled glassware, handcrafted dinnerware, and all natural serveware made in our energy and water efficient factories that give back to their communities.
Here’s to a happy and healthy New Year’s resolution!