More About Us
Our textiles are made under safe and fair working conditions, where labour rights are clearly outlined and respected. Among other things, this includes equal pay for equal work; safety training; and the right to organize. It also means our supply chain is free of child labour, forced labour and trafficked labour.
Our manufacturing facility runs on 50% wind energy and discharges no contaminated water and our packaging is 100% plastic free and recyclable.
Genuine organic cotton textiles don't need to cost you an arm and a limb, we want to make organic cotton more affordable, not just as a luxury product.
Transparency and Affordability
Our Classic 400 Thread Counts Sateen Weave Sheets
Good products don't need to cause harm to the environment
About the Brand
We started as an organic cotton sheets company—hence the ‘dreams’ part in our name—but we like textiles so much that we’re adding towels and duvets. We could rebrand, but we like our name, so we’re keeping it.
We got into this business because we want to make people’s days better, even if it’s just in a subtle way. Linens might not get huge PR, but we all know that feeling of crawling into soft sheets after a long day. Or wrapping ourselves in a thick, fluffy towel after a shower. It’s not newsworthy, but it’s a good feeling. And we want that for everyone.
More than just comfort, we wanted to start a business that treats people and the planet with respect and dignity. It’s why we manage our entire supply chain to ensure workplaces that are healthy, fair and safe. To show our commitment, we have achieved certifications with OEKO-TEX, Global Organic Textile Standard and Better Cotton Initiative.
GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard), OEKO-TEX Standard 100, EUROPEAN FLAX