How To Curate A Sustainable Guest Room
When we moved to Maine, I knew that I wanted to create a space where friends and family would feel free to come and visit with comfort and beauty in mind. That being said, working with sustainable brands was my top priority and I am thrilled to have found the most incredible partners working with the same ethos for our guest room!
Coyuchi Organic Bedding
One of the most important aspects of a guest room to me is the bedding since it’s such a reflection of the comfort you want to provide. I was so thrilled to partner with Coyuchi to put together our linens as they are working with things like regenerative wool and organic cottons! You can also get a special 15% off your first order with our unique code WELCOMEREV15 at check out on their site!
This mattress is so incredible that after we received one for our own master bedroom, we knew we had to share the experience with guests in the hope that they might want to discover nontoxic mattresses themselves!
Color Co Blinds
My husband and I are so obsessed with these blinds that we have put them in every room of our house pretty much now! These blinds are all plant based and made from ethically sourced and easily renewable bamboo. They are also incredibly well made and unlike so many blinds can really hold up to usage from guests wanting to get a bit of shade in!
Medley Bed & Side Tables
These ethically built pieces are a dream come true for me – I have always wanted a white boucle bed and one made with all natural materials and sustainably sourced wood is the perfect solution. I would take their whole selection and you can find them here!
As with every room in our house, we have been wanting to use only non toxic and green guard certified paint. Clare has been my go to for every occasion with this. This is the perfect beige that still has a hint of warmth which we balanced with white floors. They are a female owned business and have gone through every level of sustainable checks for their paints. It’s a joy to work with them and get this colour on the walls!
We have been adamant about wanting to work with independent brands that honour the makers and craftspeople and The Citizenry is great for that. They are 100% Fair Trade and a member of the WFTO. This rug was made in Mexico and I love that it is made from all natural wool.
Salt Farm Flowers
I truly don’t think you can do anything more lovely for your guests than having fresh flowers in the summer months….I am trying very hard to only have seasonal and local flowers in the house and have been thrilled to find a sustainable flower grower only 20 minutes away from us. So I have been making sure to support them whenever I want to include a beautiful and welcoming bouquet for our guests!