Parachute’s First-Ever Mattress

The bedding company creates an option without foam or latex

Venice Beach, CA-based Parachute got its start in 2014 with a desire to make bedding better. They did so by manufacturing percale, sateen and linen sheets in Portugal, all Oeko-Tex certified (meaning they test free of harmful substances and chemicals), at a direct-to-consumer price. Since sheets, Parachute has followed a natural trajectory, expanding into the bathroom, kitchen, living, and brick-and-mortar stores—and today, they launch their largest …

Colette Jaffe’s Colorful Home Collection

Textiles, bedding, homewares and more from the Minnesota-based designer

“There are no rules in the bedroom,” says designer and entrepreneur Colette Jaffe. After 20 years working in the exquisitely detailed, luxury end of the bedding and bath market for Pratesi she found herself craving things that weren’t being made. Everything was beautiful, but it wasn’t exciting. Like so many faced with this challenge she decided to take her extensive industry experience, knowledge and contacts …

Jungmaven’s Sustainable Hemp Bedding

Soft sheets that feel good on the body and the conscience

While our favorite bedding picks include Boll & Branch’s ethically made organic cotton sheets and Parachute’s direct-to-consumer linens, there’s a new option that’s as sustainable as it is soft. Santa Barbara-based Jungmaven, purveyor of made-in-USA hemp tees and tanks (a mix of hemp/cotton blends as well as 100% hemp options), has been raising awareness about the plant’s benefits for the environment—such as requiring less water …