Freeport, ME - Cuddledown is one of the native Maine companies displaying their Eco-friendly products at The LEED House at Cranberry Ridge in Freeport, Maine. The LEED House is a show house built for sustainable living and the first in the Northeast to receive LEED-H platinum status, as awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Cuddledown's products on display include a 700 Fill Goose Down Super Feather Bed, Oversized Down Alternative Throw, and Christy Supima Cotton Towels and Mats. All of these items are Certified Eco-friendly by Oeko-Tex. Oeko-Tex is a strict European environmental control that certifies textiles are produced under environmentally sound manufacturing conditions, free of all harmful substances, and either recyclable or naturally biodegradable. Also displayed are Cuddledown's Luxury Bamboo Towels, made with sustainable, eco-friendly bamboo.
The house will be open for tours March 28th thru April 19th, Wednesday thru Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Admission is $15 and benefits Freeport Community Services.
Cuddledown is celebrating 35 years as a premier down bedding manufacturer and wholesaler/retailer of quality home fashions and accessories. In addition to a collection of supreme down comforters, pillows, and featherbeds, Cuddledown also offers bedding in other natural fibers and hypoallergenic materials. All down goods are made by hand in Portland, Maine. Bedding, towels, sleepwear, furnishings, and accessories are created by the finest textile mills, fabric designers, and manufacturers in the United States and abroad. Cuddledown outlet stores are located in Freeport and Kittery..