In the Nursery

ORGANIC BEDDING

Babies spend 70% of their newborn weeks in their cot so an organic mattress and quality bedding is vital.

The MyCarrier™ from Stokke® is now made in 100% organic cotton. £129 stokke.com

Stokke carrier

Baby swaddles, sleeping bags and sleep suit bags from ErgoPouch are made from breathable, skin-friendly natural fibres. From £34.99 ergopouch.co.uk

ergopouch

We love Torna Lucia’s, free from all toxic bedlinen including this reversible baby quilt. £55 tornalucia.com

Torna Lucia organic bedding

 

This bunny print from the Wild Cotton collection is made from 100% certified organic cotton. From £24.95 littlegreensheep.co.uk

Little Green Sheep

Naturalmat mattresses are made with 100% organic lambswool, ensuring your baby has the most natural sleep. From £60 naturalmat.co.uk

naturalmat mattress

NON-TOXIC PAINTS

Traditional paint can be one of the nastiest chemicals found in the home. Instead use Edward Bulmer’s paints, which contain only natural pigments. From £45 for 2.5L edwardbulmerpaint.co.uk

TOYS AND TEETHERS

Most babies start teething around four months so having a toy that isn’t going to leak nasties is essential.

Emiko soft toys are divine. 30€ emiko.eu 

Emiko

Finn + Emma Play Gym £105 naturalbabyshower.co.uk 

finn + emma playgym

Classic World Rider and Walker From £43.50 hippychick.com 

hippychick wooden rider

Kawan the duck teether is perfect for soothing irritated gums. 15€ heveaplanet.com 

kawan the duck teether

Wooden teether We’re huge fans of these teethers. Lexy Pexy Teether £19 nineinthemirror.com

lexy pexy teether

KEEP EMISSIONS LOW

Mobile phones, wifi and baby monitors are all devices that emit electro-magnetic waves.

Limit baby’s exposure with a Babymoov monitor, which combines Digital Green Technology with low-emission power level. Digital Expert Care Baby Monitor £79.99 naturalbabyshower.co.uk

 

babymoov monitor

Further ways you can limit the electromagnetic waves that your baby receives include keeping wifi away from the nursery and setting the house’s wifi itself on a timer: log into your router and look under the advanced settings.