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Hemp Gallery – 100% Pure Hemp Bed Linen


Made from excellent non-toxic materials. 100% Pure Hemp Fabric.
Hemp Gallery source hemp because it is a renewable fibre as well as cotton, wool and tencel, because they are better for the environment than other materials. The brand is committed to ensuring as many of their organic cotton products as possible carry the Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) certification. Their hemp is grown sustainably in China with little to no chemicals and pesticides. There are no irritants for asthma or allergy sufferers.
Hemp fabric is a sustainably farmed plant that is also biodegradable and leaves no toxic residue. In addition industrial hemp can be grown on a plot of land consistently, without the need for pesticides or the need for crop rotation. Hemp Gallery uses material off-cuts to produce their other products such as tea towels, produce bags, nut bags and beeswax wraps. The brand provides a ‘package free’ option to customers, so all swing tags, boxes, sleeves etc are removed and utilised elsewhere and they encourage customers to return packaging for recycling. Their bed linen comes without cardboard keeping the bed linen stiff and is packaged in a 100% hemp tote bag that can be reused for years. They dispatch orders using biodegradable satchels and bubble packs and offer customers carbon neutral delivery at a small additional cost. For customer deliveries, Hemp Gallery reuses all cardboard cartons and boxes, as well as bubble wrap that they have received.
For almost 20 years, Hemp Gallery Australia has donated used, customer returned, bed linen to animal shelters and zoos. A percentage of the brand’s sales from their ‘Boat People’ tea towels are donated to NATSIWA (National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women's Alliance). In addition, Beatrice (the founder) regularly partakes in workshops, conferences and talks with local schools, councils, farmers, universities and colleges about the benefits of hemp not only on the environment, but in our daily life. Hemp Gallery also has a recycling program at their showroom and market stalls. Since the launch of this program over 1000 kg preloved bed linen, towels, skincare containers and 369 hemp seed bottles and packaging have been donated by customers.

What our experts say...

These pillowcases were an absolute hit with both myself and my husband. I loved the woven texture and the colour effect that it created. I found the cases soft, but structured and the weave was firm; it felt like a really luxurious, quality product. I also felt comfortable knowing that a pillow that is so close to my head hasn’t been borne of toxic chemicals and harsh processes. Would make for really lovely, low-tox gifts.

I really liked that the brand considers the entire life cycle of the linen. I also appreciated the way that they are reducing waste in creative ways by using the offcuts to create tea towels – good for their bottom line and the planet. The fact that they also donate to local initiatives made me happy and that the owner is out in the community giving lectures. All in all, hemp is a wonderful material that I want to support. I would spend extra on a hemp pillow specifically for this reason.

– Emily Ehlers

It was lovely and soft and I liked the colour as well. I can imagine the sheets would be beautiful to sleep on. I love that this business has been donating to animal shelters and zoo’s for 20 years. I also love that the founder is obviously so passionate about her product that she educates others on the benefits.

– Shannon Welch

Gorgeously earthy and natural whilst being cosily textured to the touch. This fabric has a beautiful weight about it and only gets softer and even more beautiful as it washes. This is bed linen that is created to stay with you for years to come. I love that hemp is so sustainable and doesn’t require the pesticides or water consumption of other crops. I really hope to see hemp fabrics become more common in the future.

–Emily Fletcher

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