Ultra-Soft Affordable Organic and Fair Trade Bed Sheets

Dragging yourself out of bed on a Saturday morning is about to get even harder

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Have you heard about Under the Canopy yet?

If not, I’m about to do you a huge favor. (No need to thank me.)

Once you find out about the amazingly soft, super luxurious, and ethically made bedroom and bath essentials that Under the Canopy makes, you’ll be interested.

But it’s the price of those gorgeous, high quality linens that will really have you wishing you’d found them sooner!

So without any further ado, let’s dive in!

Bed, bath, baby, and beyond

Under the Canopy sought to bring its line of eco-friendly bedding to conscious consumers long before terms like “organic cotton” and “zero waste” became industry buzzwords. As their popularity gradually grew, so did their product lines.

Now, Under the Canopy sells not only environmentally friendly bed sheets, blankets, pillowcases, comforters, and duvet sets, but also bath towels, robes, crib-sized essentials, rugs, and even their own set of travel sized toiletries! They now offer organic products for almost every room of the house.

Let’s see some credentials

Amazingly, they manage to offer all of these different products while still staying true to their core mission- of providing home essentials that are good for people ad good for the planet. And they have a ton of certifications to back up that mission.

First of all, they’re GOTS certified, which ensures that all the materials they use to make their products are non-GMO and free from toxins like heavy metals.

They also have the OEKO-TEX certification which guarantees that all dyes used in production of Under the Canopy products are skin-safe and as eco-friendly as possible.

Under the Canopy products are also Fair Trade certified, meaning everyone involved in each step of the supply chain is treated with respect and paid fairly.

We’re not done yet!

Under the Canopy has also obtained a cruelty free certification for their line of personal care products. No animal testing was used to make those products.

The Forest Stewardship Council ensures that all cellulosic fibers and wood-based products used in the making of Under the Canopy’s products is eco-optimized.

Finally, each textile product from Under the Canopy carries the Wel-Trak label so that customers can trace it every step of the way from cotton field to your home and verify that it’s been ethically and sustainably made. Always nice for some peace of mind.

Whew, what a mouthful!

How much does it cost?

Now for the big question!

By now Under the Canopy is probably sounding pretty great, right? As great as those other bed and bath brands that sell their products for hundred of dollars each, no? You’d be forgiven for thinking that a company with such great products made in a sustainable way would need to sell them at a relatively high price point in order to keep afloat.

But you’d be wrong.

Another part of Under the Canopy’s guiding philosophy is that sustainable essentials should be affordable so that as many people as possible can have access to luxurious products that are kind to the earth. Organic for everyone!

Because of this, Under the Canopy’s products are often less than half the cost of comparable products from other eco-friendly linen brands. And really they’re only slightly more expensive than big box store brands.

A full set of Queen sized bed sheets will run you about 80 bucks, and that’s when they’re not on sale. A 6 piece towel set is priced at just under 70 dollars. You can get an organic, King sized, year-round comforter for less than $150. At these prices, you may as well get two.

And you can use our exclusive coupon code to bridge that gap. Just enter promo code DONEGOOD at checkout for $25 off your purchase of $100 or more. That makes these affordable organic staples even more affordable! Again, no need to thank me.


 
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Kayla Robbins
DoneGood Contributor

A freelance writer working with bighearted businesses who want to better our world.

 
Kayla Robbins