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Organic Baby Furniture

Did you know… that standard bedding and furnishings are made from harmful chemicals like Formaldehyde?  The effects of this chemical can be so toxic when dispersed in large amounts that some children, adults, and pets cannot tolerate even the smallest amounts of it when in the same room!  So what exactly are your options once you realize there may be toxic gasses circulating throughout your home?  Switch to organic furniture!

 Especially when it comes to purchasing furniture for your baby, organic is perhaps the best and safest way to go.  As one organic-promoting company, A Natural Home, explains, adults and children who have used certain organic beds and furniture, “have had the following experiences: they feel better and enjoy being home much more, the furniture feels different and ‘pure,’ their headaches have been reduced or stopped completely, allergy symptoms have reduced or disappeared completely, breathing is better and easier, they have better sleep. Many have had the best sleep in their lives for the first time, [and] children have better behavior.”

As “going green” has become more common over the last several years, expertise in the realm of organic products has also increased, thus helping educate people about what organic furniture really is and what its benefits entail. According to Susanna Salk, the special projects editor of House & Garden Magazine, organic products are “are grown, raised or dyed without the use of synthetic chemicals, heavy metals or GMOs (genetically modified organisms, also called ‘genetically engineered’). They are free of toxins and irritants and are biodegradable.”  Organic furniture is also “made with stuffing, upholstery fiber and wood certified as chemical-free,” which makes it “better for your skin” and “better to breathe in.”

So if you find yourself in the market for baby bedding or baby furniture, protect your baby’s respiratory and dermatological health by taking the organic route.  You can also purchase organic baby bedding and furniture items through Arm’s Reach, the reputable California-based company providing you and your baby with products that are “hand-crafted using certified organic cotton, premium Eco-Wool, 100% natural rubber, and untreated Baltic birch.”  Each of their products is also “created from carefully selected high-quality raw materials and assembled with love in the USA.”



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CBS Broadcasting Services.  (May 30. 2006).  Latest in Organic Products: Furniture.  Retrieved July 28, 2008 from




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