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Organic Wool & Organic Buckwheat Bed Pillow

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Our Organic Wool & Organic Buckwheat Bed Pillow, completely crafted from Certified organic materials, is filled with a layer of virgin wool fiber, a compartment of buckwheat hulls and wrapped in a cotton fabric pillow case. The dual chamber design allows you to customize your pillow to match your individual comfort level. All pillows are handcrafted in our San Francisco factory.


Organic Wool & Organic Buckwheat Bed Pillow

Our Organic Wool & Organic Buckwheat Bed Pillow, completely crafted from Certified organic materials, is filled with a layer of virgin wool fiber, a compartment of buckwheat hulls and wrapped in a cotton fabric pillow case. Buckwheat hulls, the all-natural outer shell of the buckwheat grain, and GOTS Certified organic wool are chemical free, mold and dust mite resistant and hypoallergenic.

The wool and buckwheat hulls combine to contour to your head, support your neck and keep your spine straight, allowing your neck and back muscles to completely relax and recover during sleep. The dual chamber design allows you to customize your pillow to match your individual comfort level. Adjust the firmness of the pillow by unzipping the chamber and add or remove buckwheat hulls to create the ideal support you need.

Sleep chemical free with our Organic Wool and Organic Buckwheat Bed Pillow. All-natural, handcrafted comfort made just for you by our skilled team in San Francisco.

Key Product Details:

Handmade Organic Wool & Organic Buckwheat Bed Pillow
  • GOTS Certified Organic Wool Stuffing
  • Certified Organic Buckwheat Hull Stuffing
  • GOTS Certified Organic Cotton Fabric Pillow Case
  • Firmness: Medium Firm
  • Available in Standard (20” x 26”), Queen (20 x 30), King (20 x 36) or
    Travel Size (12 x 16)
  • Average Lifespan 10 years with Proper Care
GOTS Certified Organic Wool Stuffing
  • 100% Chemical Free Virgin Wool
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Mold, Mildew, and Dust Mite Resistant
  • Regulates Body Temperature
  • Flame Resistant
  • Eco-friendly, Renewable and Sustainable
Certified Organic Buckwheat Hull Stuffing
  • 100% Chemical Free Buckwheat Hulls (Shells)
  • Hulls Conform to Head & Neck Reducing Stress to Spine
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Mold, Mildew, Heat and Dust Mite Resistant
  • Removable Individual Hulls for Custom Comfort
  • Eco-friendly, Renewable and Sustainable
Organic wool & Organic Buckwheat

regulates body temperature

  • Body Temperature Regulation
    Materials have natural moisture wicking properties

  • Hypoallergenic
    Materials resistant to bacteria, mold and mildew
Resistance to Flame

  • Flame Resistant
    Wool is difficult to ignite and Buckwheat Hulls are heat resistant
resistant to dust mites

  • Dust Mite Resistant
    Materials uninhabitable by insects due to moisture & heat resistance

Organic Buckwheat & Wool Pillow

Organic Buckwheat & Wool Pillow

Organic Buckwheat and Wool Pillow Certified Organic Buckwheat

Normal pillows do not last as long and can typically need replacing every few months.Cheaper polyester filled pillows may have to be replaced every few months. Our Organic buckwheat Hull pillow will last for many years. The average buckwheat pillow will last approximately 10 years with proper care. You can even replace the buckwheat to revive your pillow. Some people have stated that their buckwheat pillow has lasted for closer to 20 years, making this a long lasting pillow and a great investment for the price.

Buckwheat Pillows

Wool Futon Mattress

GOTS Certified Organic Wool Click Here To See Certificate Organic Wool

Organic Wool is quilted into our organic cotton casing and supports the body to relax and enjoy deeper and longer stages of sleep, as you are kept comfortable with a more relaxed heart rate. Our wool mattresses breathe and dissipate the natural moisture your body produces during the night. Wool keeps you cool and comfortable, or warm with overheating. Thus you can experience a peaceful night’s sleep. Also wool promotes a environment so dry that dust-mites simply will not inhabit. Wool is also hypoallergenic, which is anti-allergenic offering you the best environment when fighting allergies. All the wool in our wool toppers, futons and mattresses is bleach and lanolin-free. Our naturally crimped wool offer soft yet supportive layers of comfort.

Fire Retardant Free - Wool is a natural fire retardant and by using it as the outer layer of this mattress we have been able to construct this mattresses completely free of chemical fire retardants. Ensuring this mattress is completely chemical free.

Click Here To Learn More About The Difference Between Organic Wool and Natural Wool

USDA Certified Organic Cotton Click Here To See Certificate

The organic cotton we use in our mattresses and futons is a American grown natural fiber, elegantly lightweight, soft and supple to the touch. Organic Cotton is naturally breathable, allowing for air circulation, and doesn’t tend to irritate the skin. Cotton is a firm fiber when used in our beds and in time packs down to create a firm sleeping surface. Organic cotton contains no pesticides or toxic chemicals of any kind. Our cotton adds soft and luxurious support to any mattress.

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Cotton Futon Mattresses

30 Day Comfort Guarantee

30 Day Comfort Guarantee 30 Day Comfort Guarantee

Buying a mattress without lying on it is easier than you may think. Even if you get the opportunity to lie on a mattress in a store it is not the same as an eight hour slumber. The Futon Shop manufactures 45 custom mattresses to meet your precise characteristics, height, weight, age, and sleeping position. So call us and let our snooze specialist examine your needs and sleep positions and let us make a recommendation. We stand behind that recommendation with the best 30-day, Comfort Guarantee.

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About The Futon Shop About The Futon Shop

Our Organic Cotton Wool Shikibutons are the traditional Japanese sleeping mats we like to call shiki futons. We manufacture them in 3, 5, and 7 inch thickness so they can be layered or rolled up after use. The cotton shikibuton is the firmest and most traditional. The cotton and wool shikibutons add a comfort layer of warming or cooling wool to cradle your body in luxurious comfort. We manufacture each one by hand here in our San Francisco workshop. We can easily custom design any size or shape when it comes to shiki futons. These lightweight shikbutons can be rolled for travel or storage, layered on top of each other for layering comfort for your own custom bed design.

About The Futon Shop

The Futon Shop Shipping

Shipping The Futon Shop Shipping

Shipments usually arrive in about one or two weeks after the date of purchase. We use the fastest, safest, and most reliable carriers to ship your products to you. We have long term partnerships with some of the best residential shipping companies nationwide. Most shipments are made to order and everything we sell is hand packaged, passing through multiple inspections points before being released. When we ship every order we notify you via the email address provided to us on your order. This email will state the freight company we shipped with and the tracking number of your products. We also send you the phone number and web site of the freight company so you can track your order.
For residential deliveries, you will be contacted for an appointment as soon as your order arrives at the local terminal. For commercial deliveries, no appointment will be made. If you need to make one, please contact us. Click here for more information on shipping.

Washing Instruction

Washing Instruction - Not Wash In Machine
Washing Instruction - Refresh and air out
Washing Instruction - cold water wash line dry


Frequently Asked Questions

The word FUTON is a Japanese word originally referring to any round mat our cushion filled with leaves. The traditional Japanese Futon is a group of three products making up a bed. The three products consist of a futon, which is a thin cotton pad, a shikibuton which is a three folding pad that sits under the thin cotton pad, and a Kakibuton which is a comforter that goes on top of the thin cotton pad. Learn more about What is a Futon?.

Throw Pillows are decorative pillows that accent a couch, arm chair, and other furniture pieces in your home. It can bring life to a room, make a statement, and even complete the look that exemplifies your personality in your home design. When choosing organic throw pillows, there is somewhat a science on the size, the position of placement, color, and texture to choose for your home. Learn more about How To Choose The Perfect Throw Pillows?

We handcraft Americas largest selection of Futon Slip Covers including, Outdoor Weather and Sun Proof Futon Slip Covers,Organic Cotton Futon Covers, Microfiber Suede and Textures Futon Covers, Modern Printed and Woven Slip Covers, Floral or Geometric Futon Slip Covers or Cotton Linen Blended Futon Covers handmade in our fabric studio in the heart of San Francisco. There are hundreds of fabric and color options available for you to customize and update the look of your futon natural furniture. Learn more about Color Ideas For Your Futon Covers And Matching Pillows.

The words fabric and cloth are used in textile assembly trades (such as tailoring and dressmaking) as synonyms for textile. However, there are subtle differences in these terms in specialized usage. Textile refers to any material made of interlacing fibers. Fabric refers to any material made through weaving, knitting, spreading, crocheting, or bonding that may be used in production of further goods (garments, etc.). Learn more about What Are The Different Types Of Textile Fabrics?

Fabrics can be divided into two main categories
Natural fabrics: Linen, Leather, Cotton, Wool, Silk
Synthetic fabrics: Acetate, Acrylic, Nylon, Olefin, Polyester, Rayon, Vinyl
Learn more about What's The Difference Between Natural Cotton And Synthetic Cotton?


Natural Bed pillows ,Organic throw pillows, travel pillows, and custom pillows come in a variety of sizes. Click To See The Futon Shop’s Guide To Pillow Sizes.

There are two important factors of pillow construction, the first being how the pillow cover is designed, whether it uses zippers or buttons, or if there is welting or not. The other factor is what the pillow cover is constructed out of, i.e. what material is used to make the pillow cover. Learn more about How Mattress Covers And Pillows Are Made?
Cotton truly is, “the fabric of our lives.” Most of us come in contact with items made from cotton every day, from the clothes we wear, the sheets you sleep on, and even some of the food you eat. The large amount of conventional cotton production comes at a price. Growing conventional cotton requires the use of enormous amounts of toxic chemicals creating a vastly negative impact on the environment. Choosing Organically produced items will help to alleviate health risks and leave a smaller footprint on the environment. Learn more about How Does Growing Cotton Affect The Environment?

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