Buffy Sheets Now Come in 4 Colors that Are Naturally Colored with Plant Based Dyes

new Buffy sheets

Buffy, known for their Buffy Comforters, now carries bed sheets in colors. Previously their sheets were only available in white.

The Buffy sheets are made from eucalyptus fabric which has advantages over cotton and bamboo. First, it’s known for being environmentally friendly. The eucalyptus used for Buffy sheets is grown in Austria and uses 10x less water than cotton.

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The eucalyptus sheets also say it’s more breathable and softer than cotton that get softer with each wash. There is no bleach and Buffy uses natural dyes. This is what we love about Buffy!

Buffy white sheets

Buffy Sheets Have no Bleach or Artificial Dyes


Eucalyptus Sheets

Most of Buffy’s products are white but that is changing! Today they announced 4 colors. The best part is none of their sheets use bleach or artificial colors. The dyes are all plant based!

  • Light Gray Sheets – dyed with pomegranate, eucalyptus, and tea
  • Dark Gray Sheets – same as with light gray
  • Blush Color Sheets – a peachy pink, dyed with gardenia, walnut, and turmeric
  • White Sheets (not really a color) – no bleach or harmful dyes

Check out Buffy’s New Colored Sheets!

Buffy naturally dyed pink sheets

Buffy Blush Sheets are dyed with gardenia, walnut, and turmeric

Each sheet set includes a fitted sheet, top sheet, and 2 pillowcases. Right now some sizes have limited stock but eventually will come in twin, twin XL, full, queen, king and California king. Will fit most mattresses, up to at least 15″ deep. Free shipping and free returns.
Read more about Buffy’s other bedding products: the Buffy Cloud Comforter made out of recycled water bottles and eucalyptus, Buffy Breeze Comforter (made from eucalyptus and sleeps cooler than the Cloud) and the Buffy Cloud Pillow.
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