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You can be eco-friendly and sustainable without having to completely alter your daily routine.
With 5 simple switches, you save money, make your home safer, and reduce your carbon footprint.
So turn off the lights, get comfortable, and sleep easy knowing that you made a green difference for your home and your environment.
1. Comfortable, Sustainable Bedding
After a long day, you want to sink into a bed of soft, silky comfort. A refuge where you completely let go of all the day’s worries and quickly fall into a restful sleep.
You want your bedding to be luxurious and comfortable.
It can be all those things...and more.
Under the Canopy Bedding is sustainable, zero-waste, and affordable. Made of organic cotton, it is non-GMO and free of harmful substances like heavy metals.
Some artificial dyes in conventional bedding seep into your skin as you sleep. Similar to Wild Kiwihearts skincare, this sustainable bedding is free of harmful chemicals and harsh dyes, eliminating the risk of contact while you sleep.
Make this easy switch today and receive 10% off for a great night’s sleep and a cleaner environment!
2. Ultra-Efficient LED Lighting
You can save more money and energy by doing more than turning off the lights when you leave your bedroom.
By switching to LED Lighting like Philips, you can use up to 80% less energy while you’re getting settled for the night.
- Consume less power per unit of light emitted
- Reduce greenhouse emissions
- Emit less heat and keep cooling cost low
- Change fewer bulbs
3. Air-Cleaning Plants
Air pollution is inside as well as outside our homes. Pollutants like volatile organic compounds trickle into your home from common items like carpets, paints, plastics, and cleaning products.
Having a beautiful plant in your bedroom not only releases oxygen but also eliminates VOCs and cleans the air in your home.
Plants remove up to 90% of chemicals in the air. So you receive the air-cleaning benefits and the beautiful scents of plants in your bedroom.
Wild Kiwihearts’ favorite plants for the bedroom is lavender. Lavender is shown to lower stress levels and enable sleep. So growing it on a sunny windowsill cleans your air and helps you have a restful night’s sleep.
4. Upcycled Furniture
In terms of sustainability, recycling is a piece of common knowledge.
But another important part of sustainability is upcycling-reusing to create a product of higher quality or value than the original.
You can create one-of-a-kind items for your bedroom by upcycling furniture like nightstands, dressers, bedside tables, old mirrors, lamps. By upcycling furniture, you:
Next time you’re looking for furniture, make a fun trip to the op-shops or connect on local Facebook groups. Upcycling is as simple as a fresh coat of natural paint and the perfect spot in your eco-friendly bedroom.
5. Sustainable Pajamas
Treat yourself to the most comfortable and eco-friendly pajamas.
Baksana sleepwear is designed in New Zealand and made from high-quality and ethical fabrics.
They have designs for men and women to give you the best sleeping experience for your skin and your body.