Choosing Sustainably-Sourced Bedding, Throws & More

For those who want a home that makes them feel good, sustainably-sourced bedding, throws & more are a grand way to include beautiful new linens while doing what's right for our planet. Learn all about what makes bedding or other home furnishings and decor sustainable, so that you can make good choices. Then, start enjoying the wide variety of textures, colors, patterns and layered looks that you can bring home for a gorgeous bedroom. Discover sheets, blankets, pillowcases, duvet covers and bed skirts that delight your senses. Start exploring the sustainably-sourced bedding, throws & more available at west elm right now.

What Makes Home Linens or Goods Sustainable?

Sustainably-sourced bedding, throws & more earn their designation by a few factors, including material origin and how they're made once materials are procured. For each kind of home element, you may find that the path to sustainability is a bit different.

  • Sustainable furniture is made with wood certified to Forest Stewardship Council standards and comes from carefully managed forests that have the chance to regrow.
  • Sustainably-sourced bedding, throws & more are usually made from organic cotton, which avoids the use of pesticides, insecticides or herbicides and helps to conserve water over other cotton production methods.
  • Appointing your home with these materials lets you be part of an important global movement to consume responsibly so that you can enjoy a luxurious home while still setting trends for sustainable shopping.

Sustainable & Eco-Friendly Bedding for Your Home

Choose sustainable & eco-friendly bedding for your home when you need new sheets, want to redecorate a guest room or are ready to switch up the colors in your master bedroom.

  • Sustainable bedding is available in the same range of types of bedding you would otherwise shop. Check out fitted and flat sheets, pillowcases, shams, quilts, duvet covers, bed skirts and more.
  • Blankets can add a high-style opportunity for layering colors and textures. These are a great way to start making the transition to organic bedding and other home linens.
  • Make sure your bedding accents are organic by finding shams and bed skirts or an area rug to place at the foot or side of the bed. These can start your organic collection or put the finishing touches on a closet full of organic elements.

Create additional coziness with organic throws in a fun variety of colors and textures. Knits and patterns lend flair to your chosen aesthetic and let you enjoy lots of places where you can curl up at home before it's time for bed.