Billerbeck Hemp Duvet
People who like a vegan option with the least impact on the environment. Hemp feels refreshingly cool in summer and cozy and warm in winter, with a perfect micro-climate in bed all year round.
Hemp has a very small ecological footprint, can be grown without fertilizers or fungicides and is not attractive to pests. This makes it particularly suitable for people who suffer from dust-mite or animal hair allergies.
Not only the sustainable production but also the purely plant-based and high-quality filling made of hemp and cotton characterize the new vegan Hemp duvet.
The Hemp duvet ensures an excellent microclimate and perfect temperature balance in bed.
Made vegan, without animal substances and it is particularly skin-friendly, highly recommended for allergy sufferers.
The comforter for restful sleep with a long-lasting feeling of freshness.
- With high-quality, purely vegetable filling made of hemp and cotton is especially preferred by vegans and allergy sufferers.
- Skin-friendly as well as excellent microclimate and perfect temperature balance.
- Best recommended for allergy sufferers, vegan without animal substances
Hemp & The Environment
No-fuss. Hemp is a crop that’s naturally resistant to pests. It doesn’t need pesticides or herbicides, and even a very minimal amount of fertilizers are required. Because of hemp’s abundant leaves, which fall into the soil, they release nutrients and minerals. This creates very healthy soil for the plant, completely naturally. And so hemp is actually one of the most eco-friendly natural materials in the world.
Soil Improvement. Hemp crops grow dense and vigorously. So, sunlight doesn’t penetrate the ground, and this creates a weed-free crop. The roots of hemp plants go very deep, and hemp plants use groundwater and reduce its salinity. What's more, top soil erosion is limited, thereby, reducing water pollution. The roots of the hemp actually improve soil, as it naturally transfers nitrogen and other nutrients into the soil. Also, hemp needs very little soil rotation, and the quality of the hemp doesn’t deteriorate. Hemp can even absorb toxic metals, emitted by nuclear plants into the soil, such as copper, cadmium, lead and mercury. So not only is hemp eco-friendly, it actually helps “clean” soils from soil pollution.
|Filling:||70% hemp, 30% cotton|
|Cover:||100% cotton, satin, without optical brightener|
| HEMP LIGHT
|160 x 210 cm||1500 g||700 g|
|160 x 240 cm||1700 g||800 g|
|200 x 210 cm||1850 g||900 g|
|240 x 240 cm||2500 g||1200 g|
- To offer zero-waste and avoid over-production some items are offered to pre-order. Items will be carefully tailored for you in 6-8 weeks after the full payment was done for the order.
- We ask you for a little patience to solve a huge waste problem - it takes so little to make a true difference. It starts with the brand, but we need the support of our clients! We can create the change together :)
- Over-production is the most polluting part of the production chain. Over 50% of garments have to be disposed, just because they were not sold. This is a huge problem that nobody talks about.
- We try to avoid any left-overs and waste of the fabric as much as possible. In fact, we are very successful at it - we have almost none! We counted the best ways to cut the fabrics to maximize the consumption of the piece and not to have materials to throw away.
Instead of showing only studio photoshoot of the linen bedding, we decided to show you a variety of looks. So you can get inspired by various options! You can get an idea of how different color and model linen sheets can be combined and how much it changes overall look - one different color linen pillowcase or fitted sheet, and your bed seems completely different!
As well we wanted to show the transition of the shades - your bed linens don't look the same all the time - the color undertones change from the morning sunshine to evening's light. That's the beauty of the cycle of time.