Here at Best Case Parenting, we recently did an article that was talking about how to create a natural nursery. There is a lot of demand for information on natural products for babies and young children, so today we decided to cover
You may be asking why organic and natural
If you want natural
When discussing natural
At the end of the article, we will show you some places you can easily buy such
Anyway, here are those key fabrics, in no particular order!
As a child of the 80’s, I can remember when silk was all the rage! Although, I think those experiences have given me a bad impression of silk!!
In fact, silk is a great natural material. Even in the modern world! I still find it hard to believe that this material comes from the cocoon of the silk worm. That must be a lot of cocoons right there!
Going back to my 80’s connection, I always think that silk is a super luxurious, (and therefore) super expensive material.
However, in this day and age, you will often find that silk
Cotton is a well known and versatile material. It can be easily cleaned and maintained. We all know how messy babies and toddlers can be!! Using cotton means you don’t need to worry about this. As cotton is one of the most commonly used materials, it will usually be the cheapest material on this list.
In particular, you should look into organic Egyptian cotton. When you touch this cotton, there is no turning back!
A perfect example of an easily manageable yet non-irritating natural material.
You may have dismissed the likes of wool, assuming that the material will be far too scratchy and itchy for your child. Yes, I am sure you have experienced this in the past, but these days most
Wool provides a great warm, yet breathable natural material for your
If you live somewhere particularly cold, you may want to take advantage of wool by buying a woolen
Wool can seem a little highly priced, but it is an essential natural material if you live somewhere cold.
I am sure most people associate linen with great breathable and light summer clothes. Well, it also works well for
Being made from flax, linen is often a totally natural material. This material is the opposite of wool. It is great for those of us that live in a hot and sunny climate.
You will find this material light and airy, perfect to keep your
The other great thing about linen is it is usually not an expensive material.
When looking for organic
Being very similar to linen, hemp is also a material seen in organic clothes.
The upside here is it can prove to withstand liquid better than regular linen. Great for all those
It is really a matter of personal preference, so I would recommend giving both hemp and linen a try and see for yourself!
The reality for parents!
I am sure you are all interested to find out about different natural materials you can use for
However, in this modern world the internet makes this whole process so much easier!
You can find many online stores that exclusively sell organic
This online revolution means that organic
I have found some great examples here, but you can find much more by searching online.
Finn & Emma
Finn & Emma have a great online store with a good selection of organic
You can check out the store here https://www.finnandemma.com
It seems a lot of these organic
Style is a matter of taste. What I mean is, I am sure you have better taste than me!!
All there is left to do is shop around and see which brand suits you the best.
I hope this article gave you some help with the topic of natural
If you have any of your own experience, we would love to hear all about it in the comments section below!