How to give your bed an organic makeover!

Beds

Here at Sporteluxe, we’re firm believers that sleep should be a priority. Adults need about eight hours of sleep each night, which makes 56 hours a week spent in bed. Not including those lazy Sunday mornings!  So we’ve put together a few ways you can give your bed a natural makeover so your body can get the most out of those precious hours of beauty sleep.

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Eco linen

A new set of sheets should be first on your list for your bed makeover. To make your bed as inviting as possible, try some allergy friendly sheets by Ecolinen, an Aussie company who are passionate about organic textiles. They also supply eco-friendly mattresses, mattress protectors, quilts and pillows for you and your children.

Adairs, eco quilts

Need a new quilt cover? Why not opt for an organic cotton one. The Home Republic Organic Jackson from Adairs is made from certified organic cotton and features an elegant reversible stripe pattern.

West Elm

Or for something a little more romantic but still understated try West Elm’s Organic Cotton Pintuck Quilt Cover.

Buckwheat pillow

You may have eaten buckwheat but have you ever considered sleeping on it? Pure Earth International’s range of buckwheat pillows are organically grown making them 100% natural. These pillows mould to the shape of your head and neck and after one night’s sleep on them, we think you’ll be on convert. They’ll also keep your head cool on those hot summer nights and are anti-microbial which will help to keep the bed bugs at bay.

Lavender room mist

Have trouble getting to sleep? Try spritzing your room or pillow with this Tasmanian Lavender Room Mist by Evodia to calm you before you drift off to sleep.

Murchison Hume Luxe laundry soak

To keep your sheets clean, load up your washing machine with Murchison-Hume’s Luxury Laundry Soak. It’s suitable for washing all garments and is totally natural so is the perfect way to keep your bedding fresh and clean.

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Emilie is a tea and travel enthusiast with a love for health and fitness. Emilie loves writing and endeavours to combine this with passion and knowledge of all aspects of wellbeing. An avid gym-goer, Emilie is in her element when she’s sweating it out during a high-intensity workout. As well as this, she loves walking by Australia's beautiful coast-line and has resolved to pracice more Yoga. She loves anything fashion related but feels most comfortable when she’s decked out from head to toe in active wear and has a sneaker collection like no other! Emilie is a self-proclaimed food lover and fuels her body with fresh, nourishing fare.