As the holidays arrive, many people turn their thoughts toward getting cozy for the end of the year. Whether you spend your time snuggled up with a book or curled up on the couch watching movies, you want to make sure your space is as comfortable as possible. If you need to make your home more welcoming this winter, try going for eco-friendly options. Inhabitat has put together this helpful list of our top picks for sustainable home goods you can get great deals on for Black Friday.

Organic cotton mattress protector

Upgrade your mattress experience with this organic cotton memory foam mattress protector. Why buy a mattress protector? This handy bedding item encases your mattress and can help keep it clean. Organic cotton is a sustainable material that makes this mattress protector stand out. It also offers eco-friendly Greenshield water resistance.

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Recycled plastic rug

If you need some decor to get your home ready for the holidays, try this recycled plastic rug. Plastic waste is a huge problem, and recycling it into new products helps keep it out of landfills and oceans. This waterproof outdoor rug is made of recycled plastic straw fibers that help make it weather-resistant.

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OEKO-TEX Certified blanket

Curling up under a soft blanket is one of life’s little joys. What’s better than that? An OEKO-TEX Certified blanket. This certification means that the textiles used for the blanket have been tested for substances that can be harmful for humans and the environment. You’ll also get great use out of this blanket with a double-sided feature to keep you warm in the cold months and cool in the warm months.

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Cozy bamboo pillow

You’ve got the blanket, now it’s time to rest your head on a cozy bamboo pillow. Bamboo is a sustainable material that also helps keep you cool. This Snuggle-Pedic memory foam pillow is also GreenGuard Gold Certified, which means it’s tested to ensure it has low chemical emissions.

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