How is Bamboo bedlinen made?

Bamboo bedding is becoming increasingly popular, as it offers a number of benefits over traditional cotton bedding. Bamboo is a highly sustainable material since it is rapidly growing and does not require pesticides or fertilizers to grow. Additionally, bamboo bedding is incredibly soft and breathable, making it ideal for a comfortable night's sleep.

So how is bamboo bedding produced?
It starts with harvesting the bamboo. Farmers use specialized machines to strip bamboo from its outer layers, leaving only the inner fibers to be used for bedding.
The next step is to break down the fibres into very fine threads. This is done through a process called "retting," which involves submerging the bamboo in a solution of enzymes and water for several days. Enzymes break down the hard fibers and separate them into fine filaments.

Once the fibers are separated, they are washed and spun into yarns. This yarn is then woven into fabric using weaving machines. The fabric is then subjected to a dyeing, softening, and finishing process, which gives it the soft, luxurious feel it is known for.

Once finished, the fabric is cut and sewn giving rise to the bedding we know. Bedding sets typically include pillows, sheets, and duvet covers. You can also find bamboo bedding in a variety of colors and styles.

Bamboo sheets are an excellent choice for those looking for a luxurious, sustainable, and comfortable sleep experience.
Its production process is highly efficient and environmentally friendly, making it a great choice for the environment. And with its soft touch and breathability, bamboo bedding is sure to provide you with a comfortable and restful night's sleep.
Do you want to start sleeping like in a 5-star hotel? Check out our 100% bamboo sets here.
Subscribe to our newsletter here and receive all the news first hand, in addition to having discounts: SUBSCRIBE HERE 👈
Back to blog