Where are IN BED products made?
IN BED products are carefully sourced from all corners of the globe. We aim to create thoughtful essentials for everyday life and produce wares that our customers can live in and love for years to come.
We use only high quality, natural fibres and fabrics, always ensuring with our producers that ethical practices are maintained. We work closely with and visit all of our suppliers and factories, at least annually, to make certain that standards for our products (and those who make them) are consistent and exceedingly high.
Flax for our linen originates in France, where it is grown and harvested. After harvest it is then woven and made into IN BED products at a small, family run factory in Shenzhen, China which we work with closely and visit regularly.
You’ve probably heard the term ‘French Linen’ or ‘Belgian Linen’ used by many linen brands, and yes, like our linen, it likely does originate in France. However, if your linen isn’t costing upwards of $1,000+ for a full set, chances are it’s not woven and finished in France or Belgium.
The factory we work with in Shenzhen specialises in high-quality flax linen products and have been in business for over a decade, and take great care & pride in producing an exemplary product. They export linen fabric and goods to high-end brands in Switzerland, Italy, the U.S. and more, producing a linen of exceptional quality at an accessible price.
Our percale bedding is made from 100% cotton in Guimarães, Portugal. The country has a strong history of high end, quality linen and clothing manufacturing with a particular focus on innovation.
The factory we work with specialises in premium cotton bedding and has been family owned and operated since the 1940’s.
In both 200 & 400 thread count percale cotton, IN BED cotton sheets are closely woven to be smooth, light and breathable, making them ideal for warmer seasons and balmy climates.
Our cashmere originates in Mongolia and is woven into the yarn that makes our cashmere pieces in Shanghai, China. Our factory employs approximately 500 people between Mongolia and Shanghai. They concentrate on producing exemplary cashmere products, supplying to well known fashion houses and lifestyle brands all over the globe. All dyes and washing processes at our factory are eco-friendly and the water is treated after these processes.
Egyptian Cotton Bath towels
Cotton from Egypt is one of the most luxurious cottons in the world offering long and regular fibres which give our towels an exceptional softness, durability and colour brightness.
Organic Cotton Bath towels
Our towels are made from 100% organic cotton in Imabari, Japan – a region famed for its towel manufacturing. Imabari towels must adhere to a strict set of standards and certifications which ensure towels are supremely durable, soft and absorbent.
The factory that makes our towels is 100% powered by wind and employs a world class wastewater processing facility. Using reactive dyes that are free of heavy metals, towels are finished in a final wash with pure water from the Ishizuchi mountain range.
Our Organic cushions are made in New Delhi, India. The small factory where our cushions are made is certified Oekotex and GOTS, ensuring all products are beautifully manufactured from Organic fabrics.
A Word On Our Packaging
We are conscious of excess packaging and the impact this has on the environment. This is why we aim to always use packaging made with natural, reusable or recyclable fabrics (such as our linen & cotton drawstring bags or our cardboard cotton bedding) and avoid individual use plastic poly-bags. In rare cases poly-bag use is unavoidable, we opt for EPI Poly-bag, made with degradable plastic.
Our linen & cotton bags are great to reuse for storing items, sorting socks & underwear and are especially great to help you organise different categories when packing.
If you do not have any need for your linen bags and would like to return them for reuse by IN BED you are more than welcome to return them to us in store at: 72b Oxford st, Paddington NSW 2021 either in person or by post.
If you would like further information on any of our products or practises, please get in touch with us at email@example.com – We’d love to hear from you.