This Bedding Is Made From Coffee Grounds
Can’t get enough of the caffeinated drink? Bring it to bed with you.
Sleeping and coffee may seem like an unlikely combination, but Ettitude’s new java-infused bedding makes them the perfect pair. Made from bamboo and recycled coffee grounds, the material is unlike any other. It wicks away moisture and absorbs odor from your body 50 percent faster than cotton can, which means it’ll save you some serious time (and money) on laundry. Gone are the days of musty-scented sheets and duvet covers. With this new set, your bed will feel and smell fresher than ever.
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But beyond its moisture-wicking and odor-neutralizing capabilities, Ettitude’s revolutionary fabric uses recycled coffee grounds to make it a sustainable option for your bed. Billions of cups of coffee are consumed in the world every day, and each cup ends up only using a small amount of the coffee grounds. The leftovers end up in landfills with their odor-blocking powers untapped. But thanks to Ettitude’s innovative technology, these discarded grounds can be turned into a yarn perfect for bedding. This practice eliminates waste on all fronts, so you can rest easy about your morning caffeine fix.
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The company is launching their luxurious product in four adorable coffee drink colors: Latte, Mocha, Flat White, and Strawberry Frappe. They come in full, queen, and king sizes, so you can wrap yourself up in bedding inspired by your favorite pick-me-up while you snooze. The company has already reached its Kickstarter goal, but you can still order everything from pillowcases to sheet sets on its page. Prices start at $30 in Australian dollars (about $23 in U.S. dollars).
Coffee in the morning and at night? Lorelai Gilmore would be jealous.