Bride’s editor Hannah Baker included Cariloha bamboo sheets as the best sustainable sheets in her article titled, “The 7 Best Sheet Sets for Your Dream Bed.” Hannah did an amazing job highlighting the sustainability angle by sharing how “bamboo regenerates naturally without chemicals, keeps the air and soil clean, and is an all-around good choice in the sustainability department.” Brides is one of the leading bridal magazines reaching over 774,000 unique monthly visitors!
The 7 Best Sheet Sets for Your Dream Bed
By Hannah Baker
Registering for sheets comes with a myriad of options that may seem a little overwhelming if you aren’t sure exactly what you (and your partner) are looking for. Do you want crisp, classic white cotton sheets or rumpled, relaxed linen in a moody hue? Do you sleep hot and need sheets that will keep you cool with moisture-wicking technology, or do you live in a climate that requires cozy flannel sheets for the winter months?
Furthermore, sheets come in so many price ranges— even if you’re setting up a registry and not paying for them yourself, the cost is an important thing to consider. Your sheets are the foundation of all your bedding— both aesthetically and functionally. The perfect set will help you get a great night’s sleep—and make your bedroom into a sanctuary.
Here, the best sheet sets.
Best Sustainable Sheets: Cariloha Classic Bamboo Sheets
We should all be doing our part to help our planet, and choosing bamboo sheets is certainly a start. Bamboo regenerates naturally without chemicals, keeps the air and soil clean, and is an all-around good choice in the sustainability department. If that wasn’t enough, bamboo sheets won’t pill, are stain-resistant, and are incredibly cooling and naturally allergen repellant
This affordable set is 250 thread-count but boasts a much softer feel than most 1,000 thread-count Egyptian cotton varieties. Plus, they come in six different colors and a range of sizes. If you want bamboo sheets with a bit more luster and sheen, their Resort bamboo sheets have both, plus a 450 thread-count.
Read the entire article by Brides here.