Organic Bedding- Think Outside the Box Spring!™
Emerald City Organic Sleep Solutions, Inc. is an organic bedding boutique that has been located in Eugene since 2009. For eight years we have specialized in organic latex mattresses, organic cotton sheets, wool bedding and solid wood bed frames.
Organic latex mattresses are the most natural mattresses available- no synthetic materials, no chemical flame retardants no harmful off-gassing and they also resist dust-mites and other allergens. Our best models can be completely customized for firmness on each side of the mattress and they also carry a twenty-year warranty.
But we don’t forget that a good night’s sleep is what we are offering. Because while buying natural and organic bedding is important, an organic mattress is only good if it is also comfortable. We believe our mattresses are the most comfortable mattresses available at any price.
Supporting the arts is also important to us, so we display the work of five local artists in our store.
You can order most of our products online using our Shopify website.
Our Product List:
- Adjustable bases
- Bath towels
- Bed frames, reclaimed wood
- Bed frames, eastern maple, cherry and walnut
- Bed frames, western maple and cherry
- Bed frames, ornamental
- Blankets, wool
- Blankets, organic cotton
- Coir bed rugs
- Comforters, wool
- Comforters, organic cotton
- Futon frames
- Living room furniture, organic
- Mattress foundations
- Mattresses, organic innerspring
- Mattresses, organic latex by Savvy Rest
- Mattresses, organic latex by Nature’s Embrace
- Mattress, futon, eco-wool
- Mattresses, crib, organic latex
- Mattress pads, organic cotton
- Mattress pads, eco-wool
- Mattress protectors, organic flannel
- Mattress toppers, organic latex
- Mattress toppers, wool
- Mattress toppers, fleece
- Pillows, latex
- Pillows, wool
- Sheets, organic cotton
on organic latex mattresses and more! With organic bedding prices too low to mention because of our agreements with vendors, please come into our store and learn about our significant in-store discounts!
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