It's that time again; it's time to spotlighting one of the many wonderful brands we carry in our shop.
Bella Notte Linens is a magnificent example of thought, quality, and care put into manufacturing process. The entire collection is manufactured in the San Francisco Bay Area, by local craftspeople. Spending years refining their process, they have become pioneers in the garment-dying world. Their unique process leaves the end result with rich colors and a luxurious softness that you can't find anywhere else.
One of my favorite aspects of Bella Notte is the fact that they pride themselves in creating beautiful products with the least environmental impact. Each order is custom dyed with their low-impact and non-toxic dyes. The process they use saves more heat, water and energy than the use of conventional dyes. Bella Notte's low-impact/non-toxic fiber reactive dyes are the best quality man-made dyes available and the most environmentally friendly. Top quality and it doesn't ruin the environment? Count me in!
We carry a wide variety of their products in our shop, from bedding to baby, and a whole lot more. Here's a sneak peek at just a few of our favorites. Be sure to check out the entire collection here.
The quality of their products is clearly evident, even just from viewing a few photos. But the ability to provide such beautiful products that are safe for our health an environment really brings "quality" to a whole new level.
"While conventional dyes not only contain toxic chemicals and cancer-causing heavy metals, excessive amounts of water are used to rinse these harmful substances from the fabric. In contrast, low-impact fiber reactive dyes are able to provide us with the same diverse palette of vibrant colors, yet create less toxic waste and use less heat, energy and water. Low-impact fabrics are categorized as those textiles with a minimal impact on the environment over their entire life cycle--including raw material selection, production, usage and disposal. Each fiber differs in impact throughout the varying stages of its life. For example, organic cotton (a textile used in our line) is grown using a production system that replenishes and maintains soil fertility, reduces the use of toxic pesticides and defoliants, and builds biologically diverse agriculture. Such methods and materials have a very low impact on the environment unlike the production of conventionally grown cotton, which uses more than 40 million pounds of pesticides per year." - Bella Notte Linens
That's pretty amazing, if you ask me! Be sure to check out the fabrics we carry by Bella Notte Linens and peruse all of their products that we carry in stock.
Thank you so much for joining me for this Spotlight! We hope you enjoyed this exciting brand.
Until next time, friends! Have a great day!