At Wholesome Linen® you will find only 100% Natural, Organic Bedding Essentials & Gifts for your BabyList.
Wholesome Linen is based in Denver, Colorado where we create our designs for infants & toddlers. We source only organic Flax & Hemp materials and pass it to our Oeko-Tex certified sewing facility in Eastern Europe where we turn it into high quality essential baby bedding, which then gets delivered directly to your door. All our Wholesome products are made only from organic Flax & Hemp plants with minimum waste and maximum care for environment and health of your children.
Wholesome, Eco-Friendly, Non-Toxic & Hypoallergenic Gifts For Your BabyList!
Concerned about toxins and chemicals in your baby products?
We make our wholesome products from Organic flax & hemp fibers, without adding any chemicals, dyes or bleaches.
Would like to know about sustainability and origins of the materials used in our baby products?
We use responsibly harvested flax and hemp from farms in Eastern Europe where it has been grown the same natural way for generations.
How long Wholesome Linen products will last and will you be able to use them for a second and third baby?
We are confident in the craftsmanship of our products. We cut, stitch, stuff each piece with quality & care. We make our products to last a 100 years.
Why choose Wholesome Linen products for your baby?
We strive to make the best product of its kind that naturally improves the health and comfort of all our customers and their families.
It’s Simple, Your Baby's Health is Precious !
Please feel free to reach out to us anytime if you have any questions or special requests, we are humans, not robots :)
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