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Nest Bedding highlighted in Apartment Therapy

Oct 05, 2012

 Nest Bedding was recently highlighted in Apartment Therapy! Check it out here

Excerpt from the article on Apartment


When was the last time you unzipped your mattress, washed its cover and fluffed up its inner workings? Oh, that's right - you can't really do that with a normal mattress! That explains why the concept of building a DIY mattress that can be cleaned, refreshed and revived seems so novel and brilliant.

Watching Nest Bedding owner Joe Alexander put together a DIY mattress in the video demonstration below I had to wonder why this practice isn't more common. Standard mattresses are big burdens – cumbersome to deliver and move, difficult to clean and, once they're worn out, you have to replace the entire thing. The Build-A-Nest kits solve all of these problems — layers of padding (organic quilting, wool or foam latex) are zipped inside a mattress cover making it easy to replace individual components. It also makes it a cinch to clean — remove the washable cover and put the padding out in the sun for a few hours to kill dust mites.

In addition to Build-A-Nest kits, Nest Bedding offers other natural bedding — from buckhweat hull pillows to organic sheet sets.

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