From Crate and Barrel comes the sustainable Bayside Apartment sofa. Adorned in a casual cottage white, the Bayside’s deep-cushioned, relaxed attitude fits any room, while its machine-washable skirted slipcover in a soft white cotton takes on everyday living. Eco-friendly construction and a Certified sustainable, kiln-dried hardwood frame hold the seat cushions, which are soy-based polyfoam, and wrapped in regenerated synthetic fiber and encased in downproof ticking. The back cushions are filled with 100% recycled and post-consumer fibers encased in downproof ticking.
If you’re concerned about ways to leave a smaller carbon footprint when decorating your child’s room, there are things you can do that will lessen impact on our planet.
Being Green when Decorating
It doesn’t have to be complicated: it can be as simple as choosing a water-soluble paint for the walls; using unbleached, natural fabrics for window treatments and bedding; or selecting eco-friendly furniture from a sustainable furniture manufacturer or one that uses recycled materials. Berg Furniture designs kids furniture with everyone in mind, including the earth.
Berg Furniture Bunk Beds
When it comes to picking a type of bed for a child’s bedroom, one of the most popular choices, particularly if the space has to be shared, is the bunk bed. Bunk beds efficiently utilize floor space in a room; they also add something extra to the room that is especially appealing to children. The materials used to make a Berg Furniture bunk bed meet the industry’s rigorous standards, because it makes sense to protect the environment when creating furniture for children.
Not Just a Place to Sleep
Bunk beds by Berg aren’t just beds. Because their furniture is intended for children, it is designed with a holistic attitude. While eliminating the traditional bunk bed ladder, Berg replaced it with their signature staircase, of which each step is actually a drawer. Not only does it make using a bunk bed safer, it provides plenty of extra storage space for all of those special treasures. Which just goes to prove that kids bedroom furniture can be good for children, and the environment too.