linen pajamas

Posted by Mangilal Goyal on December 24th, 2020

linen pajamas - Bedtonic is West Australian designed European Flax certified linen Bedding + Loungewear. We use natures harvest to bring you and your family luxurious night’s in bed. Our linen is European Flax® certified linen.

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European linen bedding & loungewear designed for you to live your best life.

Environmentally Friendly + Chemical Free
Our postage packaging is provided by EcoEnclose. Made from 100% Recycled Material. We are also Oeko-Tex Certified! What does this mean? Not only is our linen 100% free of harmful chemicals, so are all our processes, labels and buttons, the whole lot.

Drift away to a calm, relaxing state of mind when you slip inside Bedtonic’s super-soft, pure flax linen bedding collection. Each piece is made sustainably to European Flax® certification to ensure our mother earth rests easy. Feel good and sleep with a peace of mind knowing that we use nontoxic dyes and offer fair wage and safe working conditions to our production workers.

Find uncompromising comfort, sustainability and style in Bedtonic’s loungewear. Every Bedtonic collection is designed through the lens of longevity and circularity to reduce environmental impact. Designed in Western Australia, our beautiful collection of loungewear is made using premium, natural and eco-friendly materials that’s meant to last. Plus, it’s so comfortable that you’ll want to eat, drink, work and sleep in it.

A Nature Filled Childhood
I grew up surrounded by snow-capped mountains, crystal clear rivers and big beautiful lakes in a small town called Lake Wanaka. Everything was pure nature and I spent every living moment possible outdoors.

Cows and Coffee
I moved to farm life at 38 after much travel and many life experiences it was time to try and settle down! I dated Donald briefly though I had known him for years and was actually trying to set him up with a friend of mine! We married after three years (riding camels up Cable Beach in Broome with our guests for the ceremony)!

Little did I know at 42 years old I was pregnant at our wedding so along came Mollie 9 months later. A lovely surprise as neither of us had a clue whether we could even have children and thought if it was meant to be it would and if not we could travel more. But it was meant to be and Donald had his baby girl in his arms for his 50th birthday celebrations back on the farm. We spent another year there with trips up to the cattle stations in the west to muster cattle and for me to cook though I loved going out on muster too.

We made a decision around this time to leave farming and we had a block of land in Broome, so we designed a house and owner built it while we decided what to do next with ourselves. Out walking early with Mollie each morning I was busting for coffee but the cafe's weren't open until 8am. I was thinking surely these tradies in town would go a coffee at 5 or 6am so I quickly hatched a plan to start a Drive Thru Cafe in town - Mollie was only 18 months old so I thought even if I open from 6-11am then I can still be a mum to her.

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