Sustainable Bamboo Duvet Set

$435.00 CAD
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Luxurious Bedding: Sustainable Bamboo Duvet Set

Made from certified OEKO-TEX 100% Bamboo Lyocell, these sustainable bamboo sheets will guarantee a good night's sleep. Certified by Beth Maricic herself, they are lightweight, breathable, thermoregulating and moisture-wicking, keeping you comfortable all year round including the warmest nights in the summer and the coldest ones in the winter.

Colours available:Spring Blue, Moon Grey, Light Grey, Light Pink, Beige and Navy: ships within 15-20 business days. White: ships within 5-7 business days.

Note: Duvets are a special order. We will send a confirmation email after order is placed for colour of your choice.

Product Features:

  • 300 Thread Count
  • Includes One Duvet Cover and Two Shams
  • Conch Shell Button Closure and Interior Ties
  • Made from 100% Bamboo Viscose
  • Premium Weave for Maximum Softness
  • Oeko-Tex Certified Product (No Harmful Chemicals Used in Production)


  • Twin
  • Queen (Duvet Cover 94" x 98")
  • King (Duvet Cover 110" x 98")

Caring for Your Cover and Shams:

  • Machine Washable Cool
  • Wash Separately or with Similar Colors
  • Tumble Dry on Low Heat
  • Give a Good Shake After Washer and Dryer to Shake out any Wrinkles

Benefits of Bamboo:

  • Extremely soft - stunning to touch and gentler on your skin than any cotton you may have slept in before
  • Hypoallergenic - naturally uninhabitable for bacteria or dust mites, bamboo is the perfect fabric for people with sensitive skin or allergies
  • Light and breathable - bamboo is lightweight and breathable as it does not lock in water. Naturally temperature regulating, it's a dream for the overheater
  • Good for you - you can sleep well knowing the fabric you're in are free of harmful chemicals and synthetics
  • Great for the environment - as the fastest growing grass in the world, requiring no freshwater or pesticides, bamboo is a gorgeous renewable resource and the future of textiles