This post is in collaboration with Pottery Barn, but all views are mine.
It’s no secret that I am an interior lover, and like many of us, I often update my home with new pieces of decoration. My goal is to reduce my impact on the planet with what I bring to my home, and with that in mind, I wanted to share my review on some of the Pottery Barn furniture and decorations as they have made great sustainability commitments. Also, I am rating the Pottery Barn Cayman Bed and you can see the bed in my guest room.
Pottery Barn is seriously committed to responsible wood sourcing and is also committed to planting three million new trees in three years. To do this, they plant a new tree every time a customer buys a piece of wooden furniture for indoor use (furniture that contains at least 80% wood). This year they have already planted over 650,000 trees, the equivalent of 94,000 cars off the road!
I choose the Cayman platform bed and matching bedside tables for one of our guest rooms in the beach house. I love the minimal and clean lines of this set. They are made from mango wood which is great in my opinion as it has a lot of warmth and texture but still maintains an overall light and modern feel. Sometimes wood furniture sits heavy in a room and feels smaller, but I think the clean lines and light biscotti finish of the wood used in the Cayman series make the guest room feel fresh and airy. If I want a room to feel light and airy, like this guest room, I make sure the furniture has clean lines so that the eye isn’t distracted and the room looks bigger than it is. The furniture feels very solid and I think it will last a very long time.
The bedside tables are made of the same mango wood and have a deep drawer at the bottom. They also come with a hidden power socket and USB on the back of the open shelf, which I think is especially useful in a guest room! I like that the bedside tables are compact as bedside tables all too often take up a lot of space next to a bed, but these have a really nice compact footprint and aren’t too deep either. They’re a great option when you’re tight on space or want to make sure your bedroom stays spacious.
I finished freshening up this space with Pottery Barn Tencel duvet covers and sheets. Tencel is a great option if you’re looking for a sustainable bedding choice but don’t want to compromise on softness or style either. Tencel is amazing as it is eco-friendly but super soft to the touch. It’s also wrinkle-free and requires a lot less ironing, which I love! It feels very inviting and cozy and soft. The covers also have hidden buttons, which is a smart choice of design. Also, I hate it when you can feel the buttons in bed!
I think it’s great how this room freshening has developed, what do you think? After reading this Pottery Barn Cayman bed review, would you consider one for your own home?
Click here to learn more about Pottery Barn’s commitment to planting three million trees.