Savvy Rest Adult size Mattress – I spent an immeasurable amount of time researching. Long story short – all certified organic components. They are Greenguard Gold Certified; GOLS certified organic latex, GOTS certified organic cotton, certified organic wool batting. Savvy Rest mattress materials are tested extensively for purity by independent laboratories and results are posted on their website. …Latex core – so no EMF concerns. The company allows you to try inner layers for comfort and if one does not work, they are fully exchangeable for another. Be sure to order all Dunlop latex layers (Talalay is not certified). Firm, firm and medium on top is the combination we chose. I like support and it offers great support even for my husband, who is larger size man.
Savvy Rest Wool Pillows – I have tried three different natural pillow options. Savvy Rest wool pillows were the best. And still are after 2 years. They come in a zip closure case, followed by another zip closure flannel/very thick cotton ‘pillow case’. Wool is removable – I felt ours were way overstuffed; they shape nicely and do not bunch up like others I have had. The support is still there, several years later. The flannel case is washable, and technically so is the one holding the wool, but we never had a necessity.
Crib Mattress – again, all certified organic materials. If I had to do it over again, I would do the DIY option I have come up with. I have a very expensive crib and crib mattress that stand beautifully collecting dust because my kids chose to co-sleep.
For kids I went with Unbleached GOTS Certified Organic Cotton Sheets. No dyes, no synthetics. Fully certified. GOTS is the highest certification for organic cotton.
For king size and guest bedroom, I have Magnolia GOTS Certified Organic Cotton Sheets (500 count and 300 count). I have also purchased these GOTS Certified Organic Cotton Sheets as gifts for family; the price is right and the quality is great.
There are quite a few GOTS certified organic cotton blankets, but prices are outrageous. For that reason, I went with Under the Nile blankets. Unbleached, certified… It has good weight to it, thick enough for winter nights.