In Brazil, designer Thomas Bina discovered the wood that became his signature style—reclaimed century-old Brazilian peroba rosa wood, which looks like petrified stone and can be turned into furniture. The Cardosa Collection by Thomas Bina for Resource Decor is composed of peroba solids, lacquer case and a steel base platform.
Wright Bedding’s 100% cotton percale sheets are made from 100% California-grown Supima cotton. The company spins the yarn in Georgia, and weaves the fabric and does the cutting and sewing in South Carolina for an American-made product. It can be custom dyed for large orders.
Coco-Mat, a natural mattress brand, has launched new colorways of its most popular mattress, The Proteas. It is available in indigo, sage, chocolate and cream. According to the company, the mattress is completely metal free and made of natural latex, coco-fiber, seaweed and cactus fiber.
Sueño is the first bed throw collection from Fil Doux Textiles. The highly textural collection consists of three different patterns customizable with seven colors, ranging from bright hues to sophisticated neutrals. The collection is made to order from 100% acrylic fabric that is pre-shrunk to guarantee a durable and fade-resistant quality, according to the company.