Our Sustainability Story

Making impactful choices in the interest of our consumers and the planet.

Our Commitment

Born from a desire to offer value to consumers with high quality and durable home goods, our path to sustainability has grown with us over the last 50 years. Our efforts to mitigate our environmental impact is not just through the use of organic and natural products, it’s also choosing to represent products that are built to last a lifetime. Investment in quality furniture is one of the most sustainable practices we can share with you.


45th Street Bedding

Born in the Pacific Northwest, 45th Street Bedding was founded in 2009 to meet a need for high-quality, long-lasting mattresses and bedding products with exceptional value. The brand believes everybody deserves to sleep comfortably on products that promote deep rest and never compromise their health, no matter what their budget is.

Designed in Seattle utilizing sustainable and responsibly-sourced natural and organic materials, our mattresses and bedding collections are better for your health (and the planet) than synthetic alternatives.

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Our private label, Botanicoreā„¢ also launched in 2009 alongside our sister company 45th Street Bedding. Manufacturing our own signature botanical latex allows us to manage quality control of all products from start to finish.

Learn more about Botanicoreā„¢

All Natural – Botanical Latex

Botanicoreā„¢ is the proprietary latex for all 45th Street Bedding mattress cores, toppers and pillow inserts.

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Sustainable Cycle

Rubber tree plantations near the equator produce latex sap for use in many industries. Our 100% Botanical Latex originates in Vietnam. Trees produce a milky-white latex sap for decades. The trees are then harvested for furniture and new saplings are planted.



Prior to collection of the latex, the bark of each tree is scored; to increase sap production. Workers harvest the latex for use in all kinds of products. It takes many trees to produce enough sap for each core of botanical rubber.

Vulcanizing, Washing & Drying

Once the heated mold is sealed shut, the rubber is vulcanized. The mold is then rotated into the heating chamber to provide uniformity. To ensure cleanliness, each core is repeatedly washed to prevent contamination of allergens and remove proteins and residue. It is heated dry.

Drying, Testing & Tracking

Variations are not tolerated. Every core is tested for density in multiple locations. Each core is then catalogued and labeled for individual tracking.

Sustainable Brand Partners

Many of the brands Bedrooms & More partners with are forging the way towards a more sustainable future. We’re proud to spotlight a few of these brands and their admirable accreditations and certifications below.

  • Sustainably made
  • ISOĀ® 14001 EMS
  • Renewable resource
  • Sustainable Furnishing Council
Shop Greenington
  • GOTS Certified
  • Fair Trade Certifiedā„¢
  • 1% for the Planet
Shop Coyuchi
  • GREENGUARD Certified
  • FSCĀ® Certification
  • CertiPUR-USĀ®
  • Sustainable Furnishing Council
Shop Copeland
  • ISO 14001 EMS
  • ISO 9001 Compliant
  • CertiPURā„¢ Europur
Shop Luonto
  • ISO 14001 EMS
  • CertiPUR_USĀ®
  • Sustainable Furnishing Council
Shop American Leather
  • FSCĀ® Certified
  • CertiPUR-USĀ®
  • VOC Compliant
Shop Van Gogh
  • Chemical Free
  • FSCĀ® Certification
  • 100% Recyclable Springs
  • Carbon Neutral+ Accreditation
Shop Harrison Spinks
  • Latex Free
  • FSCĀ® Certification
  • Traumpass Certified
Shop HƤstens
  • Chemical Free
  • FSCĀ® Certification
  • 100% Recyclable Fillings
  • WoolmarkĀ® Certification
Shop Vispring

Certifications & Accreditations Explained

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CFS CO2 Neutral Plus Organisation

In order to achieve Carbon Neutral accreditation from the Carbon Footprint Standardā„¢ a company’s emissions assessments must meet a required criteria to recognised international methodologies.

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CertiPUR is a registered trademark of EUROPUR. CertiPURā„¢ is a voluntary testing, analysis and certification programme for the environment, health and safety properties of polyurethane foam used in bedding and upholstered furniture applications. It identifies substances that may not be used in the production of polyurethane foams and sets stringent maximum limits for some components.

Foams that conform to CertiPUR are notably certified to be:

āœ“ Made without heavy metals such as mercury, lead, or cadmium

āœ“ Made without dyes that are carcinogenic or allergenic as described by EU legislation

āœ“Made without Phthalate plasticisers

āœ“Made without substances that cause cancer or may cause heritable genetic damage

āœ“Emitting low levels of VOCs (volatile organic compounds)


The CertiPUR-USĀ® name and logo are registered certification marks of Alliance for Flexible Polyurethane Foam, Inc., a not-for-profit organization. CertiPUR-US certified foams are:

āœ“ Made without ozone depleters

āœ“ Made without PBDEs, TDCPP or TCEP (ā€Trisā€) flame retardants

āœ“ Made without mercury, lead, and other heavy metals

āœ“ Made without formaldehyde

āœ“ Made without phthalates regulated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission

āœ“ Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) emissions for indoor air quality (less than 0.5 parts per million)


Fair Trade Certifiedā„¢ is a global movement made up of a diverse network of producers, companies, consumers, advocates, and organizations putting people and planet first.


As the pioneer of forest certification, the Forest Stewardship Council (FSCĀ®) sets the standard for responsible forest stewardship. The organization’s policies unify a diverse set of stakeholders around common guidelines for forestry that are:

āœ“ Environmentally appropriate

āœ“ Socially beneficial

āœ“ Economically viable

Global Organic Textile Standard -GOTS

The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) was developed by leading standard setters to define world-wide recognised requirements for organic textiles. From the harvesting of the raw materials, environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing to labelling, textiles certified to GOTS provide a credible assurance to the consumer.


Products that have achieved GREENGUARD Certification are scientifically proven to meet some of the worldā€™s most rigorous third-party chemical emissions standards, helping to reduce indoor air pollution and the risk of chemical exposure.


TheĀ Made SafeĀ Certified Non-Toxic seal is awarded to products that meet testing standards showing they do notĀ contain a long list of ingredients and chemicalsĀ that are known, or suspected, to cause harm to human health. These chemicals include a variety of flame retardants that harm theĀ endocrine system.

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The NOMITEĀ® mark is an anti-allergen standard that indicates that a product, such as down and feather bedding, is suitable for house dust mite allergy sufferers.Ā 


TheĀ Standard 100 label by Oeko-Tex indicates that a mattress underwent textile testing by a third-party lab for a variety of substances that may pose a threat to human health. Even non-fabric components that are sewn in, such as zippers and the thread used in stitching, must meet the standardā€™s requirements for a product to gain certification.

Products with the certification are tested for more than 350 substances, a list set by OEKO-TEXĀ®, that include low thresholds for certain chemicals and compounds, such as mercury and formaldehyde.

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REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) compliance deals with the regulations that were created to improve the environment and protect human health. REACH addresses the risks associated with chemicals and promotes alternative methods for the hazard assessment of substances.


TheĀ Sustainable Furnishings CouncilĀ (501c6) is a coalition of manufacturers, retailers and designers dedicated to raising awareness and expanding the adoption of environmentally sustainable practices across the home furnishings industry.


Traumpass is a quality seal used for bedding, sleeping bags and clothing that are filled with down and feathers. Products marked with this seal must be filled with down and feathers from the two highest classes l and ll in accordance with EN 12934.