Bedding House is highly aware of the adverse effects of plastic on our planet. In order to reduce the usage of PVC, it is our objective to pack all our products 100% PVC free. Rethinking the way we design our packaging is one step further down the road to a cleaner environment and a sustainable future. We have already successfully developed sustainable packaging for several of our brands, and are committed to ensure this for all of them in the near future.
Recently developed sustainable packaging which are already in use or will be introduced in 2021:
In order to further increase sustainability, PVC is no longer used in the Beddinghouse care collection packaging. The packaging is made out of cardboard that has the FSC label, this means that the raw material for the cardboard comes from responsibly managed forests.
Beddinghouse x Van Gogh Museum
Especially for the Beddinghouse x Van Gogh Museum Collection we developed a luxurious and sustainable packaging. Reuse the box for anything you want to store!
A sustainable packaging has been developed especially for the Beddinghouse Kids line. You can use the packaging as a storage box for toys or unfold it to discover the colouring picture on the inside! Finished using the packaging? Throw it away with the cardboard so that it can be recycled.
Pip for the Planet. We have developed a luxurious and sustainable packaging especially for the opulent designs Chintz Festival, Forest Carpet, Birds in a Row, and Tree of Life. At Pip Studio we do more than just create beautiful and elegant products. The new durable and detailed box is meant to be kept and used again. The sturdy box also features the characteristic Pip print on the inside. Use the box to store all your pretty things.
We proudly present the new packaging for Rivièra Maison where we highlight the most important elements. In this way we are happy to help you to further improve the customer experience when it comes to the Rivièra Maison brand, which hopefully will have an influence on sales in a positive way. As a leading brand, Rivièra Maison understands the importance of packaging. Not only in keeping their goods safe and protected, but also as an essential part of branding. Packaging is a signature you leave everywhere, it needs to be attractive and creating brand experience. Furthermore, the sustainability aspect of packaging becomes even more and more important these days. Combining those aspects, resulted in a pretty box made of carton which will be used for the cotton duvet covers. And a fabric bag for special qualities such as flannel and velvet. In our upcoming spring/summer collection for linen.
We are happy that this season we can introduce a new packaging for the bed textile collection of vtwonen. Compared to the previous packaging, we have further developed several elements and improved the design of the packaging so that it better fits your needs as a retailer as well as the needs of the consumer. The image on this page gives an impression of what the new packaging will look like. A USP that we would like to emphasize is the handle on the top of the box to carry the box easily. Furthermore we would like to highlight the expandable window which enables the consumer to see the actual colour of the duvet cover as well as that they can feel the quality. Above all the new packaging is developed according to sustainable standards, no PVC has been used and all the elements of the packaging are easily recyclable.
A sustainable packaging has been developed especially for the Oilily kids line. You can use the packaging as a storage box for toys or unfold it to discover the colouring picture on the inside! Finished using the packaging? Throw it away with the cardboard so that it can be recycled.
At Home by BeddingHouse
For At Home by BeddingHouse packaging: textile bag with paper banderole.
Beddinghouse x Fiep Amsterdam
A sustainable packaging has been developed especially for the Beddinghouse x Fiep Amsterdam collection. You can use the packaging as a storage box for toys or unfold it to discover the colouring picture on the inside! Finished using the packaging? Throw it away with the cardboard so that it can be recycled.