Where to Buy Organic, Non-Toxic Linens and Bedding in the GCC

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Throughout the years, you’ve probably thought of various ways of making your home greener, such as upgrading your cleaning supplies, minimizing your water and electrical usage, as well as recycling any chance you get — but have you ever thought about your bedding and linens?

When chosen carefully, the fabrics in your home can be better for the planet, help support organic farming, and reduce your family’s exposure to toxins. Below are some of our favorite companies for sourcing organic and non-toxic linens and bedding in the GCC.

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Pottery Barn

A staple in the industry for many years, Pottery Barn continues to create beautiful and dependable products for our homes. Whether you’re shopping in-store or online, you’ll have a vast array of organic products to choose.

Find embroidered towels made from 100 percent organic cotton that contain no restricted chemicals and even a stylish reversible duvet cover that is GOTS Certified (Global Organic Textile Standards). If you’re in the mood for a luxurious spa experience, the retailer also sells an organic waffle weave robe for a perfect and relaxing day at home. Whether you’re looking for organic towels, pillowcases, sheets, or shams, Pottery Barn is a great place to stock up on everything organic and non-toxic.

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Looma

Looma sources its fair-trade and organic cotton directly from the Himalayas. It prides itself on heavenly bedding sets — which get softer with every wash — and sheets that bestow a 300 single-ply thread count. 

Looma offers a beautiful selection of bedding sets, wool throw blankets, and even lumbar pillows for added relaxation and support. The best part? Free express shipping worldwide.

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Sojao

Sojao, meaning “go to sleep” in Hindi, wants to give you the best night of sleep you’ve ever had. Not only is its model fair-trade, but it has also eliminated the middleman, providing shoppers with more reasonable and affordable prices. 

On Sojao’s website, you’ll immediately notice the detailed effort that’s gone into the gorgeous collection of bundle sets, sheets, duvets, and pillowcases. The color selections are natural and clean, making the hues perfect for any home. You can mix and match your colors or stick to one theme — either way, you’re sure to find a combo that works for you. 

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West Elm

The extensive choices West Elm offers include organic products for your little one’s bedroom too. You can find organic crib sets and toddler quilts, along with fun and lively patterns for play areas. And if you’ve ever wanted to try Belgian linen, you’re in luck — West Elm’s sets are organic, fair-trade, and beyond comfortable. 

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Olen Organic

If you’re looking for organic linens for your little one, Olen Organic is the perfect place to start. 

Its organic blankets are perfect for snuggling and, if you’re looking for something that matches, try out the receiving blankets that can be paired with practically any cozy outfit. Whether you have a newborn or a toddler, you’ll find countless options that are affordably priced, as well as safe for the environment. 

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Coyuchi

California-based Coyuchi uses organically grown fiber and the latest water-recycling methods to create environmentally sustainable products. The beach and seaside colors serve as the inspiration for its esthetic, making for cool SoCal vibes. Browse the website for cozy robes, fluffy towels, plush blankets, and more. 

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Oni Fabrics

Hand-dyed, hand-printed, and hand-stitched. All quilts from Oni Fabrics are made with 100 percent GOTS-certified pure organic cotton. Its artisans use traditional methods of design and toxin-free dyes when creating beautiful and timeless quilts. If you’re looking for pure, hand-crafted, elegantly constructed quilts, look no further. 

Photo: Courtesy of Oni
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Me

Swedish company Me is another great place to find adorable kids’ items that aren’t harmful to them or the environment.

Choose from hand-printed items, as well as bright and colorful bedding sets. If neutral and soft colors suit your style, there’s plenty of those, too. At Me, there are dozens of products that can help fill your space with both comfort and personality.