Amy Butler Lends Feminine Bohemian Eye to New Organic Bedding

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Summertime, and the cotton is high. It’s also 100% organic and woven in a refreshing feminine palette with low-impact dyes by Midwest modern designer Amy Butler.

Can you imagine having anything but good dreams when tucked into such life-affirming florals?

Come June, this first bedding collection by Butler makes its exotic debut, proving eco-friendly textiles have our fashionable bedrooms covered. Butler thinks over everything in these stunning ensembles, even tossing in the throw pillows to keep the layering a no-brainer.

If it all suits your style, these patterns will be available at her online shop as well as select Bed, Bath & Beyond stores. I don’t know about you, but I will be thrilled to see these additions to BB&B. Too often I have come up empty handed when casing the vast linen department for organic bedding with any sense of style. I would love to select Butler’s organics for a teen space or guest room.


Every bit as soothing as neutral Calvin Klein and as well-coordinated as the Donna Karan separates, Butler’s Far Eastern-inspired garden patterns and oversize block-printed paisleys expand our options in designing a modern bedroom enlivened by bohemian elements. Sure, Indian designs have always been available but not always as current in substance or high in quality.


Butler has collaborated with Welspun to produce this collection which pairs fun color combinations (pink with green, turquoise with lime, navy with red and green) all in skin-friendly 400 thread count fibers.


“I love that this collection is a design driven eco story and proves that eco friendly bedding can be vibrant and beautiful,” says the designer. “It’s fashion bedding at its very best.”


Luanne Bradley

Luanne Sanders Bradley is the West coast Editor at EcoSalon and currently resides in San Francisco, California.