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Where to buy Organic Cotton Bedlinen in Europe in 2022

Sustainable Ethical Bedlinen

Seeing as we spend almost 1/3 of the day in our beds it makes sense to have them as healthy as possible and one way to do that is to buy organic cotton sheets. There is a huge number of retailers of such bedlinen, but with a bias towards English language, big-brand websites search engines don’t make finding them easy. Unless you know where to look, that is! To save you hours of searching here is my comprehensive list of where to source organic cotton sheets, pillowcases and duvet covers in Europe.

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As always my ‘where to buy posts’ come with a health warning. It takes 9,750 litres of water to make one cotton bed sheet. That’s a lot of drinking water, enough for one person for almost 9 years. So before you click buy ask yourself ‘do I really need new bed linen?’

If you do here’s a list of sustainable ethical bedlinen suppliers to choose from!

If you’d prefer not to shop online, I know that Lidl stock organic duvet sets from time to time. I don’t know how durable they are, which is important because anything that isn’t long wearing is unsustainable regardless of what it’s made of.

The following are a few companies that don’t do organic cotton but do printed Fairtrade cotton bed linen

Also Aerende in the UK sell washed linen duvet sets from flax grown without chemicals in Lithuania.

And if you’re based in America or Australia Eco Warrior Princess lists 9 organic bedding brands

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