The Company Store Is Going Green with a New Recycled, Eco-Conscious Bedding Collection

published Apr 23, 2021
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Looking for more ways to stay in the sustainable spirit this Earth Month… and every month? Then say hello (and good night) to The Company Store’s new environmentally-friendly bedding line, Company Conscious. This AT-favorite brand, which has landed spots on our best comforters and best cotton percale sheets lists, just took a giant planet-positive leap with the introduction of their latest comforters and pillows in down or down alternative. The latter comes from recycled water bottles and TENCEL Lyocell (another eco-safe material), while the former combines new and recycled down to help reduce waste.

Prices for the four products (available now online) start at $89, arguably debunking the myth that going green always means going broke. Oh, and on top of the new bedding, The Company Store has partnered with the nonprofit One Tree Planted to donate five trees for every TENCEL product purchased now through May 15. Another reason to shop the beloved brand? They’re currently running a Friends and Family sale, which excludes the Company Conscious line but includes so much more to bring home (or surprise Mom!). Either way, happy Earth Month, and here’s hoping this textile trend takes off industry-wide.

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Thanks to its cotton and TENCEL Lyocell combo, this comforter’s sateen-woven shell earns major bedding brownie points in the softness and sustainability departments. Not to mention, it’s also hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites.

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Complete your down alternative bedding setup with the matching pillow, sourced from the same eco-friendly materials, which help regulate temperature and feel super breathable (looking at you, warm sleepers!).

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On the down front, this comforter also boasts a sateen-woven shell made from cotton and TENCEL Lyocell. The difference lies in the recycled filling: Rather than reused water bottles, it’s sourced from a mix of virgin and repurposed down.

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Even if you’re not in the market for new bedding, it’s best practice to swap your pillows every few years… so why not go green? Small lifestyle shifts can still make a difference, and this one helps to better the planet and your sleep.