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Organic Toiletries, Towels and Bedding

At Natural Bed Company we love searching out new, beautifully made, natural products (the clue is in our name!) We have therefore put together a luxury range of organic toiletries, towels and bedding – so you can treat yourself with a clear conscience. This collection is guaranteed to leave you feeling pampered as you care […]

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Pamper Yourself with our Organic Towels, Toiletries & Bedding

Concern about the environment and fair production practices needn’t prevent you from pampering yourself – with our range of luxury, organic toiletries, towels and bedding you can treat yourself with a clear conscience. Organic Cotton Towels Our collection of organic cotton towels includes travel towels, terry cotton towels and useful wrap towels. The classic terry […]

Organic Lifestyle Solutions - Including organic cotton bedding
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Organic Lifestyle Solutions

At Natural Bed Company we have lots of clients passionate about living an organic lifestyle, so we are always searching out new organic, natural products. To make it easy for you to find them we put together a short blog with an over-view of our luxury organic homewares: Organic towels and Paraben free toiletries We […]

Organic bedding on the Cube 4 poster bed made in Black Oak and Zebrano wood.
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Organic Mattresses and Bedding – The Benefits

Here we’ll take a look at our collection of organic mattresses, bedding and home-wares – perfect if you’re looking for ecologically friendly products or are concerned about the chemicals used in standard mattresses… The benefits of an organic latex mattress: Organic products are produced using materials created by traditional farming methods, avoiding the use of […]

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Helping you live an organic lifestyle

Extend your organic lifestyle beyond the kitchen with organic mattresses, bedding, towels, wraps and natural toiletries from the Natural Bed Company… Recent scientific research links declines in bee populations to new pesticides and demonstrates that bees are becoming addicted to such pesticides. With various campaigning organisations[1] taking action, and more and more customers asking about […]