We're on a mission to help you live comfortably—without making our planet uncomfortable. That’s why we use earth-friendly materials to create more sustainable products, from first sketch to last stitch and beyond.
They don't just help you feel good today.
They contribute real good for tomorrow.
Our Responsible Materials
The stuff that makes our fluff!
We recycle plastic bottles to create our super-cozy Cloud Comforter insulation, diverting waste from landfill (or worse) to keep you snug.
Water saving and super-soothing.
Our signature Eucalyptus fabric is made from a lyocell fiber derived from eucalyptus and other wood pulp that uses 76% less water than conventional cotton to produce, and with no toxic pesticides.
The world’s chillest fiber.
All the casual magic of flax linen—just way earth-friendlier and more durable! Hemp absorbs 5x more CO2 from the air than trees, is naturally resistant to pests, promotes biodiversity and actually improves the soil it's grown in!
Meet the Materials
From Corozo nut buttons to recycled thread—there are more pro-planet materials where that came from.
Our Responsible Business Practices
We offset all CO2 emissions generated from freight and customer shipments.*
*We offset our emissions bi-annually, and are in the process of finalizing our 2020 offsets.
Did you know you can’t legally resell most bedding once it’s been opened? Now you do! Unlike that too-big tee you sent back, a returned comforter or sheet set can’t be sold again.
We aim to minimize return waste by encouraging Buffy customers to donate their unwanted products (for a refund, of course) so they get a second lease on life. For more information on donating, drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org!
- Boxes made from FSC-certified recycled materials.
- All recycled polyester fill either GRS (Global Recycling Standard) or RCS (Recycled Claims Standard) certified.
We're proud of how far we've come—but we know there's more to do! That’s why we're working towards a closed loop system where everything we take from our planet, we'll replenish, and nothing harmful will go back in. That means looking extra carefully at our entire supply chain, from shipping and logistics to material sourcing and packaging. We won't close the loop next week or even next year. But we're starting the work now, and sharing our progress—and challenges—with you as we go.
4 things we’re focusing on for an earth-friendlier future.
Product quality and durability.
Responsible transport and logistics.
- Weigh impact for all new material and manufacturing decisions through third-party validated assessment tool.
- Communicate low impact care instructions for all products.
- Adapt existing products for lower impact care.
- Achieve net zero carbon emissions.
- Create roadmap for end-of-life solutions for all products and materials.