There once was a time when organic sheets were only available to two sorts of people: those with wildly dispensable incomes, and those with insider knowledge of small-batch artisans and a dedication to organic living in general.
These days, though, organic bedding is available nearly everywhere, from big-box neighborhood retailers like Bed Bath and Beyond and Target to moderately-priced home decor giants like Pottery Barn to, of course, independent production companies like Anna Sova, known for her hyper-pigmented (aka super-bright) organic sheet sets.
Further, since a typical non-organic set uses, on average, more than a pound of chemicals throughout the production process, we’re more than willing to shell out a few extra bucks for peace of mind — both for ourselves and for the environment around us.
Whether it’s a bold, bright solid or a sublimely wispy pattern paying homage to a land far away, we’ll sleep a little easier (and maybe have slightly sweeter dreams?) knowing we’re just a bit closer to nature.