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Introducing Botanicals.

Made by nature for nurture, our new plant-based sheets use a sustainable dyeing process, which means you can do good, even while you sleep.

Botanically-dyed sheets. Sustainability has never looked so good.

Our new plant-based range is inspired by nature (the trees, the shores, and the seas) and is made for nurture (the lie-ins, morning cuddles, breakfasts in bed, and power naps). 

With Botanicals, we take note of our nature and apply it to our own lifestyles. We slow down and recharge. We save our energy for the things that matter. We stay present. We sleepwalk a little lighter. And we let Mother Nature do what she does best, so we can do what we do best—sleep, of course.

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A sustainable dyeing process.

Botanicals uses real plants to dye your sheets. It results in a subtle, natural, and unique look—no two hues are exactly the same. Sourced from renewable origins, they are more sustainable than synthetic dyes and use less water than traditional processes. 

So, how do we do it? First, we take the plant. The root, the flowers, the leaves, the skin, the seeds, all of it. Then we soak it in hot water to extract the colour which we use to dye our cotton fibres. Only natural fibres can hold the botanical dyes, due to their porous quality. Finally, we take the botanically-dyed fibres and create our sheets, quilt covers, pillowcases with all the features you know and love.

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Unique, Unpredictable Hues

Our Botanical Dyes come from three plants.

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The Green Tea Plant has leaves that produce a soft brown hue, plus it’s high in antioxidants found in skincare—giving beauty sleep a new meaning.
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The Myrobalan is a tree that grows in Asia, the yellow, orange, and green dyes originating from the fruit of the tree.
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The Chinese Gallnut provides a rich, dark colour that’s easily absorbed and is also commonly used as a natural hair dye.

Want to get in bed with Botanicals? Right this way.

Each colour is also influenced by the age of the plant, the soil it's grown in, and how the plant is stored, resulting in an unpredictable hue that’s uniquely yours.

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