Buffy's Plant-Based Sheets Now Come in Soothing New Colors

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Buffy, yet another sleep-focused startup, is riding the popularity of its famed eucalyptus duvet cover and getting into the color game. The brand has unveiled its first foray into color with a new summer collection of sheets, which the company claims is the largest scale production of naturally dyed textiles to date.

The sheet set, available in three colors — light gray, gray, and blush — is fully compostable and made entirely from eucalyptus-based fiber, similar to Buffy's standout Breeze comforter and duvet. The plant-based sheets are dyed using nontoxic, natural ingredients like walnut, tea, turmeric, pomegranate, and gardenia. Later this fall, the brand will launch additional colors — light blue and blue, which are made using indigo and safflower for color. The company's founder, Leo Wang, has made introducing naturally dyed colors a goal since Buffy's inception.

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The sheets were developed over the past year in collaboration with experts in both textiles and natural dyeing techniques, including Brooklyn-based Maria Elena Pombo and Seattle-based Kathy Hattori. Buffy is the first in the industry to bring naturally dyed sheets, free of any chemical coloring or synthetic ingredients, to mass-market consumers, though the products did already exist — albeit on much smaller scales with much higher price tags.

Wang's goal is to provide everyday consumers with more naturally produced products at a reasonable price. "We strive to support a new generation of consumers that consciously choose to surround themselves with safe, earth-friendly materials," Wang said in a recent press release. The company's bedding is made from the pulp of eucalyptus trees, hypoallergenic, and takes 10 times less water than materials like cotton to produce.

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Buffy's naturally dyed eucalyptus sheet sets in these new colors start at $200 (queen size) and are now available for purchase. The machine-washable core set includes a fitted sheet, top sheet, and two pillowcases. To coincide with this launch, Buffy will also offer a naturally dyed version of its signature duvet cover in three new hues.


Laura Ratliff

Laura Ratliff

Laura is a New York City-based freelance writer who writes about travel, food, and design. Her work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit, GQ, Condé Nast Traveler, and more. She's a sucker for a good curbside furniture find.