Bella Notte Linens: Couture Bedding For Your Sustainable Lifestyle

Women-Owned and Operated in Northern California with Local Suppliers Since the 1990's
By: Sustainable Fashion Alliance
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SAN FRANCISCO - March 6, 2019 - PRLog -- For over two decades, California-based Bella Notte Linens has preserved a passion for producing beautiful bedding, consciously designed with natural and sustainable fibers like organic cotton, linen, silk and Tencel®. These responsibly sourced and breathable fabrics, accented with romantic trims and touches, are key for a good night's sleep. Unlike other luxury bedding products, Bella Notte linens are machine-washable so you can forgo the cost and carcinogenic properties of dry cleaning. With longevity and ease of care in mind, each piece gets softer with every cycle so you can live in them for years to come.

Locally Made in Northern California

In 1996, after launching her own ready-to-wear line, founder and fashion-turned-bedding-designer Kathleen McCoy started experimenting with excess rolls of silk and linen to create high-end, non-toxic bedding that could also withstand day-to-day life with her young children. The result: the first couture, easy-care bedding line.

A luxurious boho twist on bedroom basics, Bella Notte Linens styles are inspired by coveted heirloom fabrics and are adorned with everything from mitered edges, piping and pintucking to custom embroidery, ruffles and lace. Unbelievably soft and pre-shrunken, all Bella Notte Linens products are available in a range of several low-impact garment dyed hues and provide the perfect canvas for layering lavish accents in any bedroom in your home.

All Bella Notte Linens pieces are responsibly cut, sewn and hand dyed-to-order in Novato, California by the same partners Kathleen has worked with from the beginning. The antithesis of cookie-cutter, mass produced bedding, Bella Notte Linens designs with minimal waste and material reuse in mind while refraining from the use of harsh dyes or chemical finishes.

In addition to sustainable and local production, the company has supported their community during hardship by donating over a $165 in bedding to those affected by the Sonoma fires of 2017 and 2018. They've also provided half a million dollars in donations to schools, senior centers and other organizations.

A Multi-Generational, Women-Owned and Operated Company

While founder Kathleen McCoy continues to be the guiding design visionary behind the brand's beloved dyed-to-order bedding, Bella Notte Linens ( is a family endeavor. Her daughter, Taylor Batlin, and niece, Lauren Hill, have been involved since they were young, and were recently named partners to help lead the company into the next generation.

Over the past 20 years, Taylor Batlin has watched her family's linens company grow from a small business operating out of her mom's studio to a successful company with international distribution. Born from this early exposure, Taylor developed an appreciation of art and design, leading her to pursue a degree in Fine Arts. She has since joined the Bella Notte team full time as Brand Director at Bella Notte Linens, overseeing all creative assets and brand strategy.

Lauren Hill is Director of Strategy and Sustainability. As Kathleen's niece, Lauren grew up around the business and was captivated by the design process early on. She eventually came to work for the company during college, and has occupied numerous roles over the years. Blending her passion for the industry and sustainability, she rejoined the team in 2017 after receiving an MBA in Sustainability where she focused on social and materials innovation in apparel and textile supply chains.

Andrea Plell, Sustainable Fashion Alliance
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