For Sweeny, the key to bringing an 1800s home into the modern world, without losing its charm, is never to compromise on quality. “It’s less about maintaining a specific design style and more about the quality of its execution. Great design, quality materials and unique details are what I love to work with, ”she explains.
Throughout the design process, his goal was to integrate historic elements with high quality pieces that maintain the same level of craftsmanship as the original house. That is why, having recently visited the Naturepedic factory to see how skilled American artisans handcraft the brand’s certified organic and sustainable mattresses and bedding products, she knew it was the perfect fit for the bedroom.
“Visiting the factory was so much fun. When you meet the people behind a brand, it is quite easy to decipher whether they are genuine or not. The people I met at the Naturepedic factory were so highly skilled and genuinely invested in the quality of the end product. I loved seeing the old machines and the bespoke equipment they use to assemble their unique mattresses.
As she finalizes the space, she notes: “From the start, the small space next to the master bedroom reminded me of the popular alcove beds at 18e French century. Basically just a cozy little nook for a bed. With that in mind, I decided to incorporate big, heavy curtains to separate the space and make the bed the focal point. With everything, I want my designs to appear timeless, so knowing that the mattress I’m going to sleep on isn’t much different from what previous generations have used, in terms of quality and safe, healthy and durable materials, it ‘that’s exactly what I love things to be. “
Sweeny selected Naturepedic’s EOS Classic Organic Mattress of EOS series, the first range of certified organic customizable mattresses on the market. Each EOS Series mattress can be customized on either side of the bed to suit individual comfort preferences, ranging from extra-firm to ultra-plush, offering the consumer five choices on one side and five distinct choices on one side. ‘other side. Its innovative multi-layered zipper design adds convenience, flexibility and longevity, allowing customers to swap layers of firmness for a different feel anytime, especially if sleep preferences change over time. Designed to never be replaced, this feature helps divert huge amounts of discarded mattresses from landfills.
“Above all, I try to get back to basics and incorporate products that seem ‘real’. For me it means buy vintage, look for organic and sustainable products, and selecting items made from natural materials rather than synthetic. I have a plastic-free policy and try to avoid anything that is made of something I can’t pronounce, ”she adds,“ Naturepedic is the leader in sustainable, organic mattresses and bedding. and basic for some time. Their Cleveland factory means I know exactly where my bed is coming from and their workforce employs people from my wider regional community. I feel good about it. “
At the head of the organic mattress revolution for 18 years, all Naturepedic mattress products are certified organic by GOTS and certified non-toxic by MADE SAFE, while respecting and exceeding the highest level of certification available on the market.
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Since 2003, Naturepedic’s mission is to protect families through organic products that are safer, healthier and have a positive impact on the environment. A brand that has meaning, transparency and ethical practices, Naturepedic has received numerous certifications and is highly respected by many health and environmental organizations (https://www.naturepedic.com/certifications) and is an EPA Green Power partner. Since its inception, Naturepedic has been a steadfast and generous advocate and supporter of NGOs and nonprofit organizations defending the “Right to Know” content of the products people bring home.